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Mandurah Visitor Centre

For information about Mandurah and the Peel region, the Mandurah Visitor Centre is the place to go.

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    The Peel Region encompasses a wide variety of refreshing experiences.

    Here, you can smell wildflowers along a bush trail, stretch your legs on a world-class golf course, 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 amidst the sound of a babbling stream, or walk out into shimmering ocean waves.

    Trek a section of the famous Bibbulmun Track or cycle a leg of the new Munda Biddi Cycle Trail. Try your hand at white water rafting, visit a feature garden or just relax as you enjoy the Peel Region's extensive smorgasbord of natural delights - a network of inland waterways, wetlands, lakes, forests, National Parks and sandy ocean beaches. The Peel is a great place to get back to nature.

    Less than sixty minutes drive south from Perth and only 48 minutes by train, the Peel Region covers an area of 5,500 square kilometers and includes five sub-regions: Serpentine-Jarrahdale, Murray (including Pinjarra and Dwellingup), Boddington, Waroona and Mandurah.  Each region with its unique characteristics and visitor attractions is featured on this website.

    You can explore the Peel region on a day excursion from Perth, or spend some extra time to really enjoy the region whilst relaxing in a range of superb holiday accommodation.  For your extra enjoyment, festivals and special events take place year round (see Whats On). To help make your visit complete, the Mandurah Destination Guide, maps and a lot of other useful holiday information can be found by contacting the Mandurah Visitor Centre on 9550 3999.

    Mandurah
    Pinjarra
    Waroona
    Boddington
    Serpentine-Jarrahdale
    Dwellingup

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