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• Dwellingup
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Located just 60 minutes drive south of Perth is Mandurah Peel, also known as the Peel Region, covering an area of approximately 5,500 square kilometres, that also include the regions of Serpentine-Jarrahdale, Murray (include Pinjarra and Dwellingup), Boddington, Waroona and Mandurah.

There is easy access to the region, with a choice of going by car via the Kwinana Freeway or the more scenic route beside the Darling Range. The Transperth operate direct public bus service to the region whilst there is also ‘The Australind’, a daily service between Perth and Bunbury, operated by Westrail, that calls twice daily through towns along the South West Highway.

Check out our listing of accommodation for the Peel Region. In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.

Information Centre

Peel Region Tourism Association
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Fremantle Tourist Bureau

Jarrahdale General Store Tourist Information Centre

Mandurah Visitor Centre

Western Australia Visitor Centre - Perth

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Peel Region Attractions

Peel Inlet
• The waterways of Peel Inlet is fed by three rivers - the Murray River, the Serpentine River and the Harvey River; and is two and half times the size of Sydney Harbour. The waters provide for plenty of aquatic activities from fishing, crabbing, swimming, scuba diving, recreational boating, jet skiing and many more.

Creery Wetlands Nature Reserve
Located on the north-eastern side of Peel Inlet the Creery Wetlands Nature Reserve provides walk trails and viewing platforms from which to enjoy and explore the fascinating environment. The Creery Wetlands are an important habitat for waterbirds, including 22 species of migratory shorebirds. The reserve is also home to a population of Quendas, a native marsupial.
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