By So Perth
Whether it’s adventure you seek or Zen to recharge the Mandurah and Peel Region has it all.
You don’t have to head to Bali to relax or up to Kimberley for adventure as there is plenty of both just south of Perth.
And…I’m riding in a very comfortable coach!
The experience of 4x4 adventure in a bus on the beach is an utterly new one and I’m very pleased the folks at Westside Tours thought of doing it. Ten minutes ago, we were in the carpark in front of the sand dunes and our guides Darren and Steve were expertly releasing air pressure in the huge tyres of our custom designed 4x4 coach.
by Nadine Cresswell-Myatt
Perhaps, like me, you have seen photos of segways and wondered how they operate. Well they are on two wheels, look a bit like old-fashioned upright mowers and you stand on them while they move you along. They are pre-charged with electricity and as non-polluters they are a great way to get around in an urban environment. They also allow you to traverse a fair distance without exertion.
Just because the Winter season is here doesn’t mean you have to curl up on the couch for 3 months until the warmer Perth weather comes back.
Now is the perfect time to grab your mates or your family, jump in the car (or on the train) and head down to Mandurah to experience the best the Peel Region has to offer.
The Mandurah and the Peel Region is an anytime destination, and this includes bad weather days when you just want to stay inside! While it can be comfortable to stay under the covers, don’t think that there isn’t anything to do outdoors!
There are plenty of things to explore and experience in Mandurah and the Peel Region in the cold season. So without further ado, here’s how to keep busy while staying warm during your visit.