Halls Head Island
Halls Head Island is located in the coastal suburb of Mandurah in Western Australia. The locality was named after Henry Edward Hall (1790-1859) who received a land grant there in the 1830s.
Halls Head is one of four Mandurah suburbs (along with Erskine, Falcon and Wannanup) that lie on an island bound by the Mandurah Estuary to the north, the Peel-Harvey Estuary to the east, the Dawesville Channel to the south and the Indian Ocean to the west.
It was first circumnavigated by marathon swimmer Jennifer Hurley.