Bina Maya Yallingup Escape

Bina Maya Yallingup Escape

Architecturally designed, bespoke luxury forest retreat in Yallingup.
Bina Maya is Yallingup’s newest luxury retreat. We strive to provide guests an exceptional luxury holiday experience. Prioritizing personalized and excellence in customer service with generosity and warmth; we aim to ensure guests have an unforgettable stay in our stunning Margaret River Region.

Bina Maya Yallingup Escape is a family-owned business run by Tim and Sara Greay. The luxury forest retreat was built to appeal to guests who want more out of their self catering holiday.

The name Bina Maya was inspired by our surroundings. “Bina” meaning light of the morning and “Maya” meaning our house in local Aboriginal Language. Both properties are orientated to take advantage of this spectacular light.

Following years of holidaying in the Margaret River Region, we conceived the idea of a luxury retreat knowing what we would want and love when we travel. As a result, Bina Maya is different; a unique self catering retreat with the ultimate stay in Yallingup in mind. Architecturally designed, bespoke furnishings, custom made beds and Scandinavian wood fires set amongst beautiful forest. So you love to cook? So do I. Which is why our kitchens are fully equipped with everything you need. A small pantry so you don’t need to bring the kitchen sink with you. On the other hand, if cooking is not for you; let us book you a private chef.

We supply you with a herbal tea bar and coffee for the machine. We provide high speed wifi, smart speakers, complimentary music and movie streaming. Beautiful handmade toiletries, fluffy towels, 250 thread count cotton sheets and goose down quilts and pillows. Underfloor bathroom heating, heating/cooling in all bedrooms and wood for the fire in coolers months and beach towels for summer. Above all, we want you to love Bina Maya Yallingup Escape as much as we do. Stay in luxury, real luxury. You won’t be disappointed.

Just five minutes drive from beautiful Yallingup Beach and Dunsborough town.


Air conditioning
Barbecue facilities
Bath robes
Car park
Cooking facilities
Cots available
In-house movies
Internet access
Iron/ironing board
Non smoking rooms
Room Service
Tea/coffee making facilities
Washing machine

Things To Do Around Here

Find out what to do while you’re in Australia’s South West.

Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse

An easy climb of 59 stairs – this lighthouse is accessible even for small children.

Forest Rise Chalets & Lodge

Eco-certified secluded forest chalets in the Margaret River region.

Yallingup Maze

Outdoor mazes, nature play areas, a bouncy castle and indoor puzzle café.

Vasse Virgin

Natural olive oil skincare and soaps, gourmet food and workshops.

Swings & Roundabouts

Cellar door and restaurant in Yallingup offering stunning views over the vineyard.


With coaches and rail services, Transwa is a popular choice for exploring regional WA.

Sea West

Marine tours and private charters cruising the South West coast near Geographe Bay.

Off The Beaten Track WA

Hiking experiences and adventure tours exploring the South West.

Koomal Dreaming

Experience the Wadandi and Bibbulman country through the eyes of the traditional owners with these cultural tours.

Cape to Cape Track

Multi-day walk trail 123 kilometres along the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge, between Yallingup and Augusta.

Ngilgi Cave

Marvel at the ancient wonders of one of Geographe Bay’s most renowned tourist attractions.

John Miller Design

Iconic Australian artisan jewellery workshop with stores in Yallingup and Margaret River.

Happs Wines & Commonage Pottery

Visit this self-serve wine tasting venue and art gallery.

Injidup Natural Spa

Discover the Injidup Spa, a beautiful natural rock pool which is popular with locals and visitors.

Travel Better DMC

Travel Better, Better Travel with expertly crafted itineraries for your next trip.

Walk Talk Taste Margaret River

Fun and food-filled gourmet walking tours through Margaret River town and glamping experiences.

Whale Watch Western Australia

Learn the language of the whales with expert guides.

Sugarloaf Rock

Soak up the views of one the South West’s most iconic granite rock structures.

Canal Rocks

Take a walk over the bridge to view Canal Rocks, a series of protruding rocks popular with fishermen and photographers.

Bloom Festival


Great Southern Treasures

Travelling with kids

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The South West Edge

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Welcome to Australia’s South West!

Here you can easily enjoy natural beaches beautiful vineyards, forests, caves and more, all in a single day. More than 23,000km make up the south west corner of Western Australia, with 1000 of those kilometres consisting of awe-inspiring coastline just waiting to be explored.


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