Blessed with 134 square kilometres of calm inland waterways, Mandurah is the ultimate water playground for everyone and a true paddler’s paradise.
The shallow Peel Inlet (commonly referred to as “the estuary”) stretches from Mandurah’s Estuary Bridge to the Dawesville Cut.
The Peel Inlet together with the Harvey Estuary to its south are listed under the Ramsar Convention as a wetland and ecosystem of international significance.
Osprey Waters Foreshore Reserve is roughly 2 kilometres from the Mandurah city centre and provides a great starting point for the exploration of the northern part of the Peel Inlet and the canals of nearby Mariners Cove.
Start the Peel Inlet Paddle Trail at Osprey Waters where you can follow the shoreline south to Mandurah Quay, keeping west of the main boating channel. From there it is a short distance across Sticks Channel to the northern end of Boundary Island.
View black swans, ospreys and dolphins along this trail which are regularly seen.
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