For the adventure traveller, the region is a playground of exciting activities guaranteed to get your heart pumping. Whether it’s on the water, in the forest or up in the air, there’s plenty of thrills for you to enjoy.
1. Tee off from WA's Golf Coast.
With so many courses in or near Mandurah, it is easy to play a few over one weekend. In one day, you could be teeing off by the ocean in the morning and then in the afternoon, watch kangaroos graze as you play on fairways surrounded by bushlands. Find out more here.Photo Credit: Clip Media Motion
2. Get your heart pumping on a jet-ski tour.
3. Take a hike on a bush or coastal trail.
Get active exploring the outdoors. Whether you've only got an hour or all day or want a hike or a stroll there is a trail to suit you. Trail guides and maps can be picked up from your local visitor centre or downloaded here.Photo Credit: Russell Ord Photography
4. Breathe in salty air cruising the coast in a 4WD.
Mandurah is the closest place to Perth you can drive right on the beach! Let your vehicle feel the sand between its tyres, stop and have a swim, cook lunch on the beach and do a spot of fishing. Preston Beach, White Hill Beach and Tims Thicket are the best spots to go. Find out more here.Photo Credit: Natalie Goddard.
5. Use your paddle power to explore the vast waterways.
With rivers, estuaries, lakes, canals and 60km of coastline, there are so many waterways you can explore by canoe, kayak or paddleboard. You can hire them in Mandurah or Dwellingup. Find out more here.Photo Credit: Russell Ord Photography
6. Zip, jump and slide through the forest on a mountain bike.
Get out there and away from it all by bicycle or motor bike to explore and find all sorts of adventures. From top to bottom the Peel Region has all sorts of great tracks. Find out more here.Photo Credit: Josh Cowling
7. Enjoy high-speed thrills on a Dolphin Adventure Cruise.
Mandurah Cruises' Dolphin Island Adventure not only gets you close to Mandurah's wild dolphins, you will also cross the expansive Peel Inlet and cruise through the Dawesville Cut in the high-speed vessel.
8. Take to the skies on a scenic flight or sky-dive.
9. Journey into nature on a camping trip.
On the beach, deep in the bush or lake-side, you'll find the ideal spot for your next camping adventure in Mandurah and the Peel Region. Find out more here.Photo Credit: Russell Ord Photography
10. Ride the waves at one of the many surf spots.
With 60km of coastline there are plenty of options for those seeking waves. Pyramids, Tims Thicket and Avalon Point are the best spots for surfers and most beaches have man-made groins that create smaller waves for boogie-boarding.Photo Credit: Mark Randall.