Bush Shack Brewery

Chilli Beer, Chocolate Beer or even a Mango Madness. Sounds intriguing? Perhaps a Wheat Beer, a dark ale or a cider is more to your taste? At the Bush Shack Brewery located in the picturesque Southwest, we specialise in great tasting, all natural, unfiltered brews and flavoured alcoholic beverages.


  • Address:
    Lot 3, Hemsley Road
    Yallingup, 6282
  • Phone:
    61897552848
  • Type:
    Food/Beverages
  • Produce:
    Beer, Cider & Mead
  • Features:
    Have visit/buy premises
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Beginning its life as the Wicked Ale Brewery in the late 1990's; the Bush Shack Brewery as we are now called, is a small family run business. With a hands-on approach to creating very unique beers we aim to be a “must-do” with visitors and locals alike.

We specialise in all natural, unfiltered brews as well as producing flavoured wine-based drinks. The setting is relaxed and rustic, providing a casual “pub-in-the-paddock” atmosphere. It is a place where couples, families and groups can gather to enjoy our rural location. You can make the most of our BBQ facilities, BYO picnic hamper or make a selection from our snack menu.


Opening Hours

Trading from Sunday to Thursday 10am - 5pm and on Friday and Saturday 10am – 6pm. For those special occasions we are licensed until 9pm and enquiries are welcome.


Trails passing through Bush Shack Brewery Stops

South West Craft Beer Festival Trail

The South West Craft Beer Festival features brewers based in the South West region of Western Australia, from Mandurah through to Albany. 13th February 2016 at Old Broadwater Farm, 56 New River Ramble, Busselton (entry via Swamp Hen Lane). Hours 11am to 6pm. This includes breweries of all sizes, who produce numerous different styles of beer. We also understand that some crazy people are not beer drinkers, so we have a number of ciders, ginger beer, wine and bubbles also available. You can taste all these great beers at the annual festival, but also you can visit these brewers throughout the year...just follow the trail!

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