Bookings are secured by non refundable deposit of one (1) nights fee. Full balance due 30 days prior to stay
Minimum stay: 3 nights - Long weekends & School Holidays
Minimum stay: 4 nights - Easter
Minimum stay: 5 nights - Christmas/New Year
Minimum stay: 2 nights - Low season and last minute vacancy - Priority is given to longer bookings
Check-out: 11:00 AM Check-in: 2:30 PM
Cancellation up to one (1) month prior to stay
Licensed by the Busselton Shire Council to sleep 8 persons maximum, including adults, children and infants.
Access by key lock check in
For the Birds Yallingup is a non-smoking household
Sorry - No pets allowed
No large parties/events
Strictly no fires on the property
Guests must be 25 years and over, (or supervised). No school leavers groups permitted
No vehicle access to 260 acres. Walking access only
My father, a local Busselton GP, fell in love with Hillbrook Farm when driving from Busselton to surfing in Yallingup. He would drive along Abbeys Farm Road just to look at the property.
Encouraged by other Busselton doctors in his practice, Kevin Cullen (Cullen Wines), Mike Peterkin (Pierro Wines) and Bill Pannell (Moss Wood & Picardy), my parents purchased the property in 1978 - we had no farming experience at that time.
One of the most picturesque properties in the Yallingup escarpment, Hillbrook Farm totals 260 acres. Bounded by national park on two sides, Hillbrook Farm encompasses 100 acres of native woodland, rolling pastures, ocean views and predominately north facing slopes.
For The Birds Yallingup
In 1984, my parents commissioned a local architect to design our family home to be located at the highest point of Hillbrook Farm. The remit was to design a functional house that maximised the 360-degree views of ocean, valleys & national park. The plan incorporated separate wings for parents and children, three spacious living areas and views from every room.
Completed in in 1986, the house was named For The Birds, due to the abundant bird life surrounding it, the number of girlfriends my brother attracted, and ‘up in the air issues’ of an architecturally challenging roof. The house was permanently occupied by the family until 2013. At this time, my twin sister and I, Lisa and Joanna Boston, took over the ownership and management of the house and Hillbrook Farm.
Since 2013 For The Birds Yallingup has undergone extensive renovation to the house and garden. Upgraded with all 21st century amenities, For The Birds Yallingup is a second home to our families and the guests we host.