Yanchep is one of Western Australia’s best destinations for those who love to dive.
Exploring nature’s finest offerings up close and personal is one of the most relaxing and memorable ways to spend your holiday time.
Regardless of whether you prefer snorkeling or scuba diving, visiting the area and not going diving in Yanchep would be a real missed opportunity.
Diving at Yanchep Dog Beach is where it’s at. The area is accessible via a 180m track and from there divers have two options – a short swim to a shallow reef to the North that is four metres deep, or a 550m track to the outside of the outer reef, which is ten metres deep.
Once you’re below the surface of the warm waters, you’ll be greeted by a riot of colour and sealife. A kaleidoscope of anemones, starfish, octopus, crayfish, sea urchins, pink snapper and lionfish live in abundance, and you’ll be in a front row seat.
For the novice diver and those with children, snorkeling in Yanchep Lagoon is also a great option. Its calm, crystal-clear waters make it a very popular destination for such activities, and you can even try your hand at fishing and surfing on neighbouring beaches. Yanchep Marina is also a great place to indulge in some sailing or scuba diving.
Many people who choose to live in Capricorn Beach do so after immediately falling in love with its stunning coastal landscape and relaxed, friendly lifestyle.
For investors and holidaymakers, Yanchep is the perfect place to spend your downtime. Whether it’s chilling out by the water’s edge or packed with adventure-based activities, the area has something for everyone