12 Peelwood Parade
Halls Head WA 6210

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Halls Head is a coastal suburb of Mandurah, immediately west of Mandurah's central area. It is just under an hour’s drive south of Perth and is largely residential with several canal estates developed since the 1980s.

For those who love being on, in or near the water, Mandurah is a dream destination just south of Perth. There, you'll find some of Australia's most spectacular waterways, including the Peel-Harvey estuary, which is twice the size of Sydney Harbour and blessed with abundant wildlife, pristine beaches, beautiful blue-green waters and a buzzing foreshore area.

The Mandurah Community Museum features exhibits on the Peel region’s history. Halls Head Beach has a large resident dolphin population. To the south, Yalgorup National Park is home to thrombolites, rare, rock-like microorganism formations, at Lake Clifton.
Graced with endless stretches of pristine coastline, tree lined walkways, grassed picnic areas, plenty of attractions and safe swimming beaches; Mandurah is a perfect holiday destination for the whole family.

For more information, please see; https://www.visitmandurah.com/ & https://www.westernaustralia.com/en/Destination/Mandurah/