Tuesday, 24 April 2018

More on Offer in WA's Premier Aquatic Region

Western Australa
The Mandurah and Peel Region, just one hour drive south of Perth, has more to offer than ever before and, thanks to a partnership with one of Australia's biggest travel companies, it's now even easier for travellers to plan their next holiday.

For the first time, Helloworld Travel, is promoting the region across three pages in five travel brochures; Sunlover Holidays, Qantas Holidays, GO Holidays, Helloworld Travel Australia and Helloworld New Zealand.

Readers will find a multitude of things to see and do, places to stay, as well as a helpful editorial. Helloworld Travel produces over two million brochures in hard copy and a digital version of each brochure is available online.

Mandurah and Peel Tourism Organisation (MAPTO) CEO, Karen Priest, said inclusion in the publications was a sign of the regions fast growing, quality tourism product.

“Being featured in the Helloworld Travel Perth and West Coast brochure, is a big achievement as they only accept regions that have the highest quality tourism offering,” Ms Priest said.

Destination and Procurement Manager for Western Australia at Helloworld Travel, Brooke Hindmarsh, said Mandurah and the Peel Region was a fantastic asset for WA tourism and a great fit with the brochures in general.

“These publications are designed to entice people to visit the best places in the state and this region, with its stunning beaches and waterways, natural and cultural experiences, and burgeoning dining scene, is certainly one of them.”

Mandurah is Western Australia's largest and fastest growing regional city and is set against a backdrop of magnificent beaches and an estuary twice the size of Sydney Harbour.

It has recently been named Western Australia's Top Tourism Town and is the perfect base to take day trips to explore the wider Peel Region. In an easy half hour drive you'll find beautiful wineries, breweries, winding waterways, rolling green hills and tiny timber towns nestled in the forest.

Mandurah and the Peel Region is home to one of Australia's healthiest dolphin populations which you can spot on a dolphin cruise or while dining in one of the many waterfront restaurants.

Travel Facts

Getting there
Mandurah is less than an hour south of Perth. When driving, travel the Kwinana freeway south, easily accessible from many points in Perth, and exit at Mandjoogoordap Drive. Trains and buses operate between the two cities and depart from the Perth city centre. www.transperth.wa.gov.au

Staying there
Mandurah and the Peel Region has a range of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets. There is a choice of resort hotels, caravan and camping facilities, charming bed and breakfast accommodation, self-contained apartments, forest cabins and even houseboats for hire.

Getting around
Buses operate around Mandurah, but if you want to explore the Peel Region extensively you can hire a car or join a tour. Taxis and Uber drivers are also available in Mandurah.

When to go
The Peel Region can be visited any time of the year. Being on the coast, it's spectacular in spring and in summer. But during winter, the scenery is amazing. You can find something to do all year around.

Further Information on Mandurah and the Peel Region visit www.visitpeel.com.au

Mandurah & the Peel Region image gallery www.mapto.photoshelter.com

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