Aerial photo of the Mandurah Marina, Dolphin Quays & the Foreshore

The Peel Region

An amazing region of waterways and recreation areas! Natural and urban life existing in harmony.

Peel is one of the most beautiful regions in all of Western Australia. Located in the most southern part of the Perth metro area, this area is home to stunning coastlines, lush forests, and plenty of outdoor activities for visitors to enjoy. It consists of the City of Mandurah, and the Shires of Boddington, Murray, Serpentine-Jarrahdale and Waroona. Whether you're looking for a relaxing beach getaway or an adrenaline-pumping adventure, Peel has something for everyone.

Things To Do In Peel

Peel offers plenty of activities for visitors looking to explore and experience the local area. From camping and hiking in the Murray River National Park to exploring art galleries and museums in Mandurah, there's something for every type of traveler. For those who love being outdoors, there are plenty of bike trails and fishing spots located throughout Peel. For those who prefer a more leisurely experience, you can take a boat tour or spend some time on one of its many lovely beaches.

Places To Eat & Drink

No trip to Peel would be complete without sampling some of its delicious food and drinks offerings! From classic fish & chips on the beach to fine dining restaurants that offer amazing views of the ocean, there's something to suit every taste. There are also several microbreweries located throughout the region that serve up unique craft beers made with locally sourced ingredients.

Accommodation Options

When it comes to places to stay in Peel, there are endless options available! Whether you're looking for a luxurious resort or a rustic campsite near one of the national parks, you'll be spoilt for choice here. And if you decide to stay at one of the resorts near Mandurah or Dawesville, you'll have easy access to all the attractions nearby – from golf courses and waterparks to shopping centres and cinemas.

Peel is an incredible destination that provides something for everyone – from outdoor enthusiasts seeking adventure to those simply wanting a relaxing break away from home. With its stunning scenery, vast array of activities and accommodation options available, it's no wonder why people flock here year after year! So if you're looking for an unforgettable holiday experience in Western Australia then make sure you check out Peel today!


Peel Map   

Latitude:

-32.56343186709442

Longitude:

115.80348291416729



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The Mandurah Estuary is a large system of water that is a part of the Peel Inlet, connected to the Indian Ocean via the Dawesville Channel in Mandurah.

The first people of the region were the Bindjareb people of the Noongar Nation who gathered, fished and lived in the area.

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