Tours


The Peel region of Western Australia is a rich and diverse holiday destination. Each sub-region of Peel has something different to offer visitors, so all tastes can be accommodated. Because the menu of attraction and activities in Peel is so long, it can pose a challenge as to what to do first. It can be helpful to plan out a few tours in Peel beforehand.

Peel is located just a one-hour drive south from metropolitan Perth. Peel is a delight for naturists, who will enjoy the white sands of the carpet, the salt water estuary pools, and the forest that borders all sides except the coast. Some of the major attractions such as the Yalgorup National Park and the Thrombolite formations have received international attention and draws tourists in from across the world. For those who prefer city life, the metropolitan cities of Peel are filled with history, art, and fine establishments.

Boddington

The Shires of Boddington is a rustic area nestled inside of the rolling hills along the banks of the Hotham River. The forests and farms make for a perfect day trip or an overnight stay. It is convenient to reach Boddington from Mandurah, which is about a one-hour drive away. The state forests make up over half the area and are perfect for hiking, camping, and fishing.

Dwellingup

Dwellingup is located southeast of Pinjarra in an area renowned for its timber and fruit orchards. Dwellingup Main Street is home to many art galleries and small shops featuring unique arts, crafts, and clothing. Just outside the city, visitors can tour the jarrah forest along trails filled with wildflowers.

Mandurah

Mandurrah is the most popular tourist destination in Peel. It is considered a city of leisure and relaxation. Visitors can lazily cruise the rivers and coastal areas, hire a fishing charter, play a few rounds of golf, or go to an old fashioned carnival. Mandurah is known for its restaurants and shopping as much as it known for its natural beauty. It is often used as a base for further exploration of Peel.

Pinjarra

Pinjarra is considered the centre of Peel. It is located at the source of the Murray River in the hills from where it flows through the nearby farmland. The people of Pinjarra are very friendly. Some of the attractions include the Peel Zoo and the Hotham Valley Tourist Railway.

Jarrahdale

Serpentine Jarrahdale Shire is a haven of forested hills, wetlands, streams, and wildlife. Although the population is around 17,000 and growing, the main attractions are outside the modern development of the city.

Waroona

Waroona is located about 43 km southeast of Mandurah and is located along the railways from Perth to Bunbury. Waroona is on the coast and extends inland into farmlands and the Yalgorup National Park.