Myalup is a suburb of South Western, Western
Australia and is about 124 kms south of WA's capital
city of Perth. In the 2011 Australian census the
population of Myalup was 399 when there were
193 Females and 206 Males living there.
Myalup is a town located on the coast in the South
West region of Western Australia between
Mandurah and Bunbury. Myalup is on the southern
edge of the Yalgorup National Park, a haven to
native wildlife and bird sanctuary as well as a
home to stromatolites – sedimentary rocks
composed of layers of fossilised blue-green algae
and one of the first lifeforms known to exist on
earth. Lake Preston, the largest of the nine lakes in
the park, also borders the town.