Mandurah is Western Australia’s second-largest city, situated less than an hour’s travel from Perth.
Best known for its spectacular waterways, Mandurah offers a unique blend of canals, estuaries, rivers and oceans, all populated with stunning marine life.
WA’s largest population of Bottlenose Dolphins are like part of the family in Mandurahand the region has abundance of Blue Manna Crabs, plentiful fish and Western Rock Lobster crayfish.
The Peel-Harvey Estuary is also home to more than 130 different species of birds, including many rare migratory shorebirds. The Peel-Yalgroup Wetland is recognised as a site of international significance under the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands.
A visit to Mandurah offers pristine beaches and a lively foreshore and marina filled with a multitude of dining and accommodation options.
A short journey inland and you can enjoy beautiful hills overlooking the town or try one of the nearby wineries.