No matter what kind of holiday you are looking for, the Peel Region is full of adventurous experiences for you to enjoy. With 5,600 square kilometres of holiday fun on Perth's doorstep, you'll find everything you're looking for less than sixty minutes' drive south from Perth or 50 minutes by train.
Stretch your legs on a world-class golf courses, catch a glimpse of underwater marvels on a diving expedition, taste luscious award-winning wines, cast a fishing line or a crabbing net, dine first-class, pitch a tent by a babbling stream, or walk out into shimmering ocean waves.
The Peel-Harvey estuary gives the region its special character. Twice the size of Sydney Harbour, offering both great natural beauty and abundant wildlife. With over 130 different species of birds and the largest population of wild dolphin in the state.
Thanks to 50 kilometres of sparkling coastline you can set your own pace with swimming, surfing, windsurfing, sailing, kayaking, diving, fishing and boating to name just a few.
National parks and nature reserves provide everything from peaceful bush walks to white water rafting, all within pristine native forests. Great camping and outdoor adventures are easy to find here.
There's also plenty here to stimulate gourmet taste buds. Perhaps you'll enjoy a leisurely seafood lunch in Mandurah, overlooking the estuary foreshore, or you may prefer to explore the region’s vineyards and country pubs.
From wildflowers to wild water, whatever your adventure, you are bound to find something to suit your pace. The Peel Region encompasses the sub-regions of Serpentine-Jarrahdale, Murray (including Pinjarra and Dwellingup), Boddington, Waroona and Mandurah. Visit www.visitpeel.com.au and start your adventure!