Three Bears 4wd track Margaret River

When I was down in Busselton visiting family my best mate asked if we were up for a day trip to Indijup Natural Spa. Little did we know that he had an adventure for us planned on the way which involved exploring the coast of Yallingup via the Three Bears 4WD track.

After a quick stop at the servo for a pie and coffee chill we were on the way to find the popular Three Bears 4WD track. As we wanted to end up near Indijup Natural Spa which was near the north end of the track we decided to enter the track via the south Point (Hemsley Road) and headed north along the coast.

Watch out for the limestone boulders

(Note, If you do want to start from the North of the track, you can head out to Cape Naturalist road, and turn left on to Sugarloaf Road. The 4WD track begins on your left about 500 metres down the road)

As you can see by the photos the track is pretty spectactular and offers some great coast scenery.

Waves breaking at Three Bears
Waves breaking at the Three Bears 4WD track

Overall it took as around 1.5 to 2hrs to complete the track and this involved a couple of stops along the way.

We headed up in the morning, though I’ve heard that if you go along the track late arvo that it’s a perfect way to enjoy the afternoon sunset.

Hope you enjoy the video and pics!

Like the look of this track? Check out our 4WD section of the website for some useful tips and guides before you head off. Alternatively check out this great write up from

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