Dalyellup is a coastal suburb within the Shire of Capel and is approximately 179 kilometres south of the Perth CBD and 10 kilometres south of Bunbury. A drive from Perth to Dalyellup is roughly two hours using the Kwinana Freeway and Forrest Highway. The suburb of Dalyellup has an approximate area of 16 square kilometres and is bordered by the suburbs of College Grove, Gelorup, Stratham and Usher.

Dalyellup is just a 7-minute drive from the Bunbury Town Centre, 30 minutes from Busselton and the gateway to the Margaret River region. Dalyellup is a perfect balance of prime location and natural beauty – ideal for families wanting a sea change. With kilometres of beachside living at your doorstep, it’s the ideal location for families who love the sun, surf and sand.

Dalyellup was established in 1999 when the Department of Housing and Works entered into a joint venture with Satterley Property Group to develop the award-winning Dalyellup Beach Estate, which is now a thriving community incorporating 130 hectares of coastal reserve, 50 hectares of Tuart Forest, 11 hectares of beautiful foreshore reserve and a further 14 percent of open space.

The Dalyellup Beach Estate community have access to public and private schools, sporting associations and a shopping centre, with future plans for a commercial centre, essential and non-essential services, a tavern, a civic square and a community centre. Over one third of the estate is dedicated to parks, playgrounds, BBQ areas, exercise equipment and trails, so you never have to travel far to enjoy the great outdoors.

Located in the centre of Dalyellup is Dalyellup Shopping Centre which caters for all your shopping essentials with a Woolworths, bakery, pharmacy, F45 gym, beauty salons and dining options. It is also home to Gravity ETC, an indoor trampolining centre. For more shopping options, there is Bunbury Forum and Bunbury Centrepoint, providing a variety of fashion, food, banking and travel retailers. There is also the Bunbury Farmer’s Market where visitors can sample the best local produce. All of this is only a 15-minute drive.

Residents can choose from four schools in the estate; Dalyellup Primary School, Tuart Forest Primary School, Dalyellup College and Bunbury Baptist College, providing education from Kindergarten to Year 12. Childcare centres within the estate include; Milestones Early Learning, Bunbury Baptist Early Learning Centre and Dalyellup Beach Playgroup. For tertiary education, Edith Cowan University’s South West Campus is only 6 kilometres away, while South West Regional TAFE and The University of WA’s Rural Clinic School are also located nearby.

There are currently 17 lots available at Dalyellup Beach Estate ranging from $147,000 to $250,000 with block sizes between 356 and 865 square metres.

The population of Dalyellup is estimated to be 9,770. Couples with children make up 50% of the population, followed by couples without children at 32.9%. Single parent families make up 13.9%. There are over 2,300 families living in Dalyellup with children aged between 0-14 accounting for 27.6% of the population.

Annual growth of the suburb is sitting at 15.9%. Based on settled sales as of 15 August 2022, the median land price in the suburb is $141,000 (reiwa.com.au).

As of 19 August 2022, there are 10 land lots available in Dalyellup with approximately 124 lots available in nearby suburbs (domain.com.au).

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