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Facts and figures

The Peel region covers an area of 5 648 square kilometres (3 509 square miles), including 137 square kilometres (85 square miles) of inland waterways.​

Commercial centre: Mandurah (pop. 83 930)

Distance from Mandurah to Perth: 95 km (59 miles)

Distance from Mandurah to Bunbury: 108 km (67 miles)

Higher education: Murdoch University, Mandurah campus; South Metropolitan TAFE, Mandurah campus

Other main towns: Pinjarra, Waroona, Dwellingup

Health service: Peel Health Campus, Mandurah​

 

The Peel region is the fastest growing of all the regions in Western Australia with well-serviced infrastructure and attractive lifestyle options contributing to its rapidly growing popularity. With a growing number of residential developments, it is a popular choice for skilled migrants wanting the variety of a coastal and rural lifestyle – and all within easy reach of the Perth metropolitan area!

The city of Mandurah is the regional business hub and home to around 65% of the region’s population, fusing cosmopolitan city living with historic riches. With a median house price of around $305 000 (June 2016), it’s the ideal place to create your future! Known for its spectacular waterways and the Peel–Harvey estuary’s abundant wildlife, pristine beaches and natural beauty, Mandurah is predicted to have a population of around 99 400 by the year 2021. The retail sector is a large employer and an important contributor to the Peel economy.

Other major employers are construction and manufacturing along with a large number of employees working in healthcare and social assistance, and food and accommodation services. Its largest industry is alumina production, along with mining and mineral processing.

With over 43 government and private schools and numerous well-equipped sporting facilities and venues, it is an ideal location that’s big on lifestyle yet less than an hour from Perth by car or train.​

 

Peel region at sunset

News

July 2020 invitation round for State Nominated Migration Program

7 July 2020

WA Migration Services is awaiting allocation of State nomination places from the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) for the 2020-21 program year. Invitation rounds have been paused during this time.

We will continue to assess applications received. Nominations in SkillSelect from 1 July 2020 will be dependent on DHA confirming allocation of places for the new program year.

WA Migration Services appreciates your patience and looks forward to progressing the State migration program as soon as possible.

Updates on future invitation rounds will be provided on the WA Migration Services website.

For more information on the invitation process visit the invitation rounds page.

Fun Fact
The length of the Western Australian border with the Northern Territory and South Australia is 1862 km.