The Mandurah Visitor Centre is conveniently located on the eastern foreshore Boardwalk precinct.
The setting for childhood memories, Mandurah still retains that magical holiday feeling. However, in almost every other way, it has been transformed. What was once a small fishing village is now an exciting city; a city glittering with sunlit waterways everywhere you go.
The heart of the city, arranged around an estuary crisscrossed by pleasure boats and pontoon barges, is alive with cafes and restaurants dotted along the boardwalks. Family-friendly activities mix with sophisticated cultural venues to create a smorgasbord of experiences to satisfy any taste.
Along the coast, the beaches are still sensational, as is the surfing, windsurfing, sailing and anything else you enjoy on the water.
The new marina precinct has taken the Mandurah boating culture to greater heights, and added an array of leisure and shopping a short distance from the city centre.
Follow the waterways out into the Peel Region, and restaurants, wineries, historical sites and other attractions bring more variety and surprises to a Mandurah visit.
The welcoming coastal community of the past is now a vibrant, contemporary city.
It’s been refreshed – and it can do the same thing for you.
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