Getting to Bina Maya
Bina Maya is located central to Yallingup and Dunsborough, 7 min drive to Dunsborough town. Our address is 51 Bina Place, and there are 3 driveways. The 1st driveway, marked 51 is service only driveway with no access to guests permitted. The 2nd driveway is Villa Two's exit only driveway. The third driveway as indicated by the large Bina Maya Yallingup Escape sign is the main driveway, which is used to access all 3 accommodation options. Simply follow the sign post, Villa One is straight ahead, Villa Two is to the left and the Residence is to the right. You may park directly outside your accommodation door. The lockbox is on the jarrah post opposite the front doo. You will be sent a unique code to access the key.
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For everything you need to know about your accommodation and surrounds (including local attractions, places to eat) we have a digital compendium which is accessible from your phone/tablet and is available in multiple languages. Many of our guests find this helpful to view prior to their stay (so as not to pack the kitchen sink) especially as it details all amenities included. It also has helpful videos on lighting indoor fires which we ask all guests to view. You can view the compendium for your accommodation below (select Villa One, Villa Two or Residence). To have access at your fingertips, simply download the free HINFO app on your device, search for Bina Maya, then select which accommodation you’ll be staying at. You can also access at check in by scanning the QR code or via webpage: via hinfo.com (search Bina Maya).
In house food orders
Although Bina Maya offers fully self-catering accommodation with extremely well equipped full kitchens. It's nice to have a break from cooking for at least some of you holiday. We offer breakfasts and grazing delivered, heat and eat meals, fresh dinner hampers with wine (for private chef dining services see below)
In House Experiences
For the ultimate in indulgence choose from private chef experiences to wellness including private yoga and massages and facials from the comfort of your accommodation. Please be mindful that these special services are in high demand and often need to be booked 6-8 weeks in advance, often more for weekend stays or in wedding season(Oct-March). Please note sat night dining for 2 is often unavailable or has a min spend (but we have some alternatives!)
Travelling with Children
At Bina Maya we want everyone to enjoy their stay-if you're coming as a couple...skip through this section :) Its really important to us as parents, that your child has a safe stay and you also get to relax. Please take into consideration these points when staying at Bina Maya to ensure everyone's safety and enjoyment. -We offer some pampering products to use during your stay at Bina Maya such as bedside sleep-sprays, candles in wet areas, hand-made body products. We gratefully ask that if you're staying with young children you ensure these are out of reach, to avoid misuse, damage and breakage -We also have a selection of books and games at each Villa. If you're little one has the potential to damage these, we please ask you put at of little hands reach. -We please ask that children do not eat in bed or on the leather couches. We can provide high chairs should you request, otherwise there's ample room at tables. -We can also provide cots for hire in addition to fire guards. For safety Villa One and Residence also have kitchen cupboard child locks (not available in Villa Two due to cabinet design) -We please ask that any spills on carpet/leather be attended to immediately. We have special carpet sprays and leather cleaner on hand should you need-just ask. -We kindly ask that you do not allow children to bang on/press on the flyscreen doors. This can result in tears that we have to repair/replace
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In the Southwest region of Australia, the Noongar seasonal calendar encompasses a yearly cycle comprising six distinct seasons. These seasons are known as Birak, Bunuru, Djeran, Makuru, Djilba, and Kambarang. Each of the six seasons represents and explains the seasonal changes we see annually. We encourage you to immerse in the season of your stay to truly experience all that the Margaret River Region has to offer
Birak is the Noongar Season of the first summer (Dec/Jan). Birak is the season of red as the days become warmer. Waters are calmer, peppy flowers have fallen and red-tail cockatoos drop honkey nuts from the trees
Bunuru is the Noongar Season of the second summer, in February and March. Bunuru is the season of adolescence, with long hot days, short nights and trees are bearing fruits. Winds are calmer and seafood are plentiful.
Djeran season is the Noongar season of Autumn April and May. Djeran is the season of adulthood with start of cooler weather, trees are in fruit and salmon are plentiful. Winds begin to change and mornings are dewy.
Makuru season is the Noongar season of winter, June and July. Makuru is the season of fertility with cold wet weather, animals begin to pair up in preparation for breeding season, blue and purple flowers begin to emerge.
Djilba Season is the Noongar season where winter is transitioning (Aug-Sept). Djilba known as the season of conception. Days are mixed with rain, wind, and warmer sunny days. Wildflowers bloom, starting with yellow Wattyl and our Bina Maya winter creek is flowing (bring the kids to look for tadpoles) and frogs are making music. Whales are in the bay from August (Please ask us for your discount code when booking with Naturaliste Charters). It’s the perfect time of year for bush trails and hikes.
Kambarang is the Noongar Season of Spring (October and November). Kambarang is the season of birth. Days are warmer, colours are in full bloom and whales are still abundant in the Bay. (Please ask us for your discount code when booking whale watching with Naturaliste Charters). Reptiles start to awaken from hibernation (so please take care whilst driving as there are many bobtails about).
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