The tranquil Peel way of life is largely centred around the waterside owing to the region’s boardwalk, beaches, estuaries, rivers and waterfalls.
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The Peel region is located just 75km south of Perth and is the place to experience close encounters with dolphins, see prehistoric living rocks (thrombolites), go deep sea diving through stunning limestone reefs, walk in ancient forests on the Bibbulmun Track, and visit wineries, breweries and restaurants serving up fresh seafood including Mandurah’s famous crabs.

The Peel-Harvey Estuary is twice the size of Sydney Harbour, making the region a haven for water sports and activities by the water’s edge.

For more information, visit the Peel Development Commission.