- Preston Beach is a place for all seasons. Fish, swim or drive your 4x4 on our pristine white sand beach. Play a round of golf on the 9 hole country course with synthetic greens.
- Free BBQ's and picnic shelters in a well maintained lawn setting at the local beach car park.
- Take the 2km return lakeside walking trail and discover our local wildlife or just walk to the beach.
- Bird watching is a popular past time in and around Lake Preston where at various times of the year you can spot black swans, many varieties of waders, plovers, ducks and more
Yalgorup National Park forms the eastern boundary of Preston Beach. Visit the park and enjoy various walking trails, unique flora and fauna, the ancient thromoblites of Lake Clifton and Lake Pollard bird hide. There are facilities at Martins Tank Lake camping ground where you can enjoy a BBQ picnic.
- Visit nearby golf courses at Binningup, Waroona, Harvey and Eton.
Preston Beach is the perfect stopover on your way to the south west of our state.
Explore the Ferguson Valley and Geographe wine growing region where you could discover anything from a village of gnomes to fabulous wines. Enjoy crabbing and fishing on the Peel inlet and Mandurah estuary or spend a day discovering Mandurah's vibrant heart and waterways.
Make your stay memorable by indulging yourself at Nurture by Nature; reiki, massage, reflexology and more, just 4 minutes from Tippytop.
Where to Eat
Footprints Cafe offers a casual dining experience with an excellent menu most days for lunch and dinner.
Preston Beach General store has a Thirsty Camel liquor outlet and delicious take away fish & chips, burgers etc, both within easy walking distance of Tippytop B&B.
Old Coast Brewery, Myalup is a pleasant 30 minute drive south.
The Lone Barn restaurant located on the edge of the escarpment Waroona is a great place for lunch.
Waroona Hotel offers great value meals.