The Peel Region is one of the most beautiful and most diverse regions of Western Australia. Encompassing Mandurah, Murray (Pinjarra & Dwellingup), Waroona, Boddington and Serpentine/Jarrahdale, it is the perfect destination for your wild adventures, anytime of the year.
Less than an hour from Perth to the north and Bunbury to the south, the region boasts over 6,600 square kilometres of outdoor fun and activities.
So close to Perth but a million miles from city life, you find a massive area waiting to be explored from the Indian Ocean coastline, up rivers, across estuaries and through native bushland to the eastern escarpments. Spend your day kayaking, bush walking, off-road cycling or even on a horseback in the vast open spaces and state forests or sample local wines and produce and spot kangaroos and local wildlife.
The opportunities are endless.
If you love adventures with adrenaline, there are extreme options from high speed, open water jet skiing to four wheel driving on the beach and surfing, white-water-rafting, skydiving and much more.
For those of you looking for more chilled environments, you can choose from many options including waterfall picnics at Serpentine Falls, hiking and mountain biking tours through Jarrah forests and national parks, fine dining and visiting the region’s excellent wineries. The Peel Region is also home to unique treasures of nature. You can find the largest Thrombolites reef in the Southern Hemisphere at Lake Clifton, which offers a glimpse into what life was like 600 million years ago.
Home to the Peel-Harvey estuary (twice the size of Sydney Harbour at 130 square kilometres), Mandurah holds just as much outdoor fun in a city. The waterways make Mandurah feel like a modern Venice with the addition of kayaks, canoes and jet skis, and its fantastic location boasts one of Australia’s healthiest dolphin populations alongside evening entertainment in bars, restaurants and cafes along the waterfront boardwalks. You can easily stay in Mandurah to head off and discover the rest of the Peel Region every day.
The entire Peel Region is a world of adventure, anytime of the year. For more info log on to visitpeel.com.au.