Seeking expressions of interest from primary producers and rural landholders to develop agri-tourism experiences in the region

The Peel Development Commission is seeking to engage with farmers and rural landholders in the region to understand the state of play of agri-tourism and what opportunities there might be to explore with like-minded businesses new and enhanced agri-tourism offerings.

Agri-tourism presents an opportunity for primary producers and rural landholders to diversify their operation and provide alternative income streams, while also building the portfolio of tourism products and experiences available in the Peel region.

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What is agri-tourism?

Broadly, agri-tourism is the act of visiting a farm or food relation business for enjoyment, education or to participate in activities and events. This could include:
  • Farmgate product sales
  • ‘Pick-your-own’ produce experiences
  • Farm tours
  • Animal interactions
  • Farm stays and accommodation
  • Farm to table dining
  • On-farm cooking classes
  • On-farm events
  • Farmers markets
  • Equine therapy, trail rides
  • Recreational fishing
  • Recreational Tourism
  • Aboriginal Cultural activities
  • Wellness retreats






Interested in participating?

If you are interested in participating in this process, please express your interest by completing the following short survey by 5:00 pm on Friday 12 August 2022.

Click here for survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/peelagritourism


Any questions?

If you have any questions about this initiative, please contact Stefan Chappell at (08) 9535 4140 or email stefan.chappell@peel.wa.gov.au

The Peel Development Commission will collate all survey responses and be in touch with any next steps on progressing this initiative.

Expressions of interest are open until 12 August 2022


Images courtesy of Visit Mandurah and Russell Ord Photography