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Mandurah - Cities, Towns and Localities
Located 72 km south of Perth, Mandurah is the capital of the Peel Region and sometimes referred to as the gateway to the South West. Mandurah is a thriving regional city for residents and a major seaside resort enjoyed by visitors from around the world. With a relaxed atmosphere and boasting some of the best waterways in Australia, you can experience a variety of water activities including swimming, cruising, waterskiing, fishing and crabbing.

With many of the cultural buildings set around the blue-green waters of Mandjar Bay, at night the bay is alive with people enjoy a barbeque or dining at one of the many restaurants and cafes.

From Mandjar Bay, Peel Inlet leads into the Harvey Estuary. Peel Inlet is fed by the Murray and Serpentine Rivers, whilst Harvey Estuary is fed by Harvey River. There is also the amazing engineering feat of the deep-water Dawsville Channel, which links the Inlet to the Indian Ocean.

Mandurah is also a key point in a chain of lakes and estuaries stretching from Perth in the north, to Bunbury in the south. It is a region that provides expanses of open water habitat for over 100,000 waterbirds, that include the Creery Wetlands located in the Peel Inlet region.

As well as offering world-class marina and a vibrant cosmopolitan lifestyle, Mandurah has many annual events such as the Crab Fest, Mandurah Ocean Marina Boat and Fishing Show, Stretch Arts and Community Festival and Mandurah International Opera Festival.

The name Mandurah derives from the Aboriginal word ‘mandja’ meaning the ‘meeting place’.

Check out our listing for Mandurah accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.

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Mandurah Visitor Centre
Broadwalk Precinct
75 Mandurah Terrace
Ph: 08 9550 3999

Mandurah Attractions

Abingdon Miniature Village
• Lot 7 Husband Rd, BARRAGUP WA 6210 • Ph: 08 9534 9079 • Fax: 08 9534 9719 • Email
• Located just out of Mandurah, this wonderful village, is set amongst 2 acres of landscaped gardens. Named after the oldest continually inhabited town of Abingdon in Oxfordshire, UK. A number of buildings have been recreated in miniature including Abingdon County Hall, Church of St Nic’s and the Old Anchor Inn.
Barragup Botanical
• Lot 3, Caponi Rd, BARRAGUP WA 6210 • Ph: 08 9581 2738 • Mobile: 0407 207 448 • Email • Disabled accessible services.
• Blazing flower beds, musical streams, peace and tranquillity, shady glades, exotic plants, meandering paths, a garden lover’s delight, their own resident horticulturist, fascinating cati and succulent display and a wheel chair friendly environment. Includes cafe and caters for garden weddings, functions and B&B accommodation.
Mandurah Samphire • Creery Wetlands Nature Reserve
• Located on the north-eastern side of Peel Inlet the Creery Wetlands Nature Reserve provides walk trails and viewing platforms from which to enjoy and explore the fascinating environment. The Creery Wetlands are an important habitat for waterbirds, including 22 species of migratory shorebirds. The reserve is also home to a population of Quendas, a native marsupial.
Erskine Nature Trail
• This is a 6 km return walk, that will take about 2 hours. With access from Mandurah Quays or from Glandart Court, Erskine, this is a great trail for bike ride or walk. Skirting the Peel Inlet, you are surrounded by flora, fauna and water. There are boardwalks over wetlands with the abundance of bird life.
Halls Head Trail
• This walk has spectacular views as it follows the Indian Ocean. There are boardwalk sections and seating, with access to the many beaches along the way. Dolphins are often seen during the walk, with the track leading to the mouth of the Estuary and on to the Old Mandurah Bridge. A easy to medium 6 km walk, accessed from Boardwalk Boulevard. Although accessible for wheelchair and pram, there are some steep hills to negotiate.
Mandurah Ocean Marina
• Providing world-class marina facility, that include a mixture of facilities from marine, tourist, retail and residential. There are a number of public open space, including foreshore areas, boardwalks, headland viewing points, landscaped streets and plazzas.
Peel Zoo
• Sanctuary Drv, PINJARRA WA 6208 • Ph: 08 9531 4322 • Email
• Peel Zoo is a privately funded zoo and wildlife sanctuary. Said to be the best boutique zoo in Australia, a visit will be a unique and personal experience. The difference between Peel Zoo and other zoos is the "Hands On Experience" you'll get when you visit us. We offer more than just walking past enclosures. When you come to Peel Zoo, the awesome team of Volunteers will ensure you have a great time, every time.

Breeding animals is one of the key concern, such as with the Tasmanian Devil breeding programme. This is a vitally important project, as the species is endangered in the wild because of an in incurrable facial tumour disease. The efforts here is hoped to contribute to the long term future of the Tassie Devil.
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Mandurah Distance

Distance to Mandurah
• Following are some approximate distances by road to Mandurah:
• Albany 392
• Bunbury 106
• Busselton 156
• Collie 134
• Donnybrook 137
• Fremantle 58
• Harvey 83
• Perth 72
• Pinjarra 18
• Rockingham 31
Distances given are only approximation, they should be verified with the appropriate maps.
The Australian Automotive Motoring Associations also offer select access to travel trip planners.

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