Mandurah & the Peel Region
This is the official tourism website for the Peel Region, the most beautiful and diverse region of Western Australia.
The Peel Region is one of the nine regions of Western Australia. The natural environment is what gives the Peel Region its distinctive, attractive character. People from different regions are attracted by the areas abundant resources, picturesque environment and enviable lifestyle.
Stretching from the white sands and blue water to the rugged terrain of the Darling Scarp, the Peel Region offers a wide range of outdoor activities from exploring expansive waterways and national parks, visits to the wineries, and bush walking along the trails of the vast Jarrah Forests.
The Peel Region offers unique experiences such as a visit to historic Pinjarra, one of the oldest towns in Western Australia, and Serpentine National Park which is abound with scenic beauty of ancient landforms and lush green forests.
The Peel Region, just 45 mins south of Perth, is a natural adventure playground made up of the regions of Mandurah, Murray, Waroona, Serpentine/Jarrahdale and Boddington. All with something different to offer, the Peel Region is full of diverse and beautiful spots for weekend getaways and short breaks in Western Australia.
There is a massive area waiting to be explored from the Indian Ocean coastline, up rivers, across estuaries and through native bushland to the eastern escarpments. Best of all, these adventures are right on Perth’s doorstep, easily accessible and ready for your weekend escapes from Perth.
In fact, the only driving you need to do is on our world class fairways. Our temperate climate with plenty of sunny days means it’s perfect for teeing off just about all year round.
For those of you looking for more chilled adventures, choose from options like 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 home to unique treasures of nature. We have the largest Thrombolite reef in the Southern Hemisphere at Lake Clifton. This natural jewel offers a glimpse into what life was like 600 million years ago.
Also we have an estuary twice the size of Sydney harbour – imagine an aquatic playground 130 square kilometres of estuary and inland waterways.
Welcome to a world of adventure, anytime of the year.