Mandurah is the second largest city in Western Australia and is located in the Peel Region, just 45 mins drive south of Perth. While Mandurah is home to the 2018 Action Sports Games, don’t miss the chance to take in some of the natural beauty of the Peel, one of the state’s most well-loved tourism regions.

There is a massive area waiting to be explored. If you love adventures with adrenaline, the Peel can dish up options from high speed, open water jet skiing to four wheel driving on the beach and surfing, white-water-rafting, sky diving and much more.

March is great time to visit. Welcome to a world of adventure, anytime of the year.

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Getting to Mandurah

Located 74 kilometres south of Perth, Mandurah is easily accessible by car and well served by trains from Perth. Parking is free within the CBD.

Only 48 minutes by train from Perth Underground or if you’re driving, less than an hour from Perth.

Free shuttle bus from train to the city centre

Where to Stay

For all your accommodation, travel and tourist requirements click on to book directly, or simply phone the Mandurah Visitor Centre on 9550 3999 and one of the friendly staff will be happy to provide you with a range of free services.

Must Do Mandurah

There is a massive area waiting to be explored from the Indian Ocean coastline, up rivers, across estuaries and through native bushland to the eastern escarpments. Best of all, these adventures are right on our doorstep, easily accessible from Mandurah.

In fact, the only driving you need to do is on our world class fairways. Our temperate climate with plenty of sunny days means it’s perfect for teeing off just about all year round.

Take the time to discover some of the local wineries, from popular restaurants such as the magnificent Millbrook Winery, in Serpentine Jarrahdale to small boutique wineries. Pick up the local wine and food map from any of our Visitor Centres and plan you own relaxing journey.

For even more chilled adventures, choose from options like waterfall picnics at Serpentine Falls, hiking and mountain biking tours through jarrah forests and national parks, fine dining and visiting the region’s excellent wineries.

The Peel Region is home to unique treasures of nature. We have the largest Thrombolite reef in the Southern Hemisphere at Lake Clifton. This natural jewel offers a glimpse into what life was like 600 million years ago.