MANDURAH

Mandurah, renowned for its natural beauty and exquisite flora and fauna, is currently home to approx. 83,294 residents within the township and surrounding suburbs. The city lies on the banks of a large freshwater system better known as the Peel Inlet, home to various aquatic life, including Dolphins which Mandurah is celebrated for.

Along with exceptional water ways, Mandurah is known for its laidback lifestyle that it offers locals and visitors, and attracts many during the warmer months. Particularly families keen to enjoy Mandurah’s beautiful beaches or stroll along our spectacular Mandurah Foreshore. It’s not an unusual site to see many families enjoying themselves boating along the Estuary, or even picnicking on one of its many family friendly reserves around the City.

Mandurah

Culturally, Mandurah is a stand out. Each year the city plays host to a multitude of annual special events including Crab Fest, Mandurah Boat Show which attract thousands who make the journey from Perth to Mandurah on the Mandurah Train Line. Mandurah also boasts a fantastic arts presence hosting many local and international acts at its premium arts centre, the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre which is also home to the iconic Stretch Arts festival.

Mandurah is a beautiful place to live and an ideal place to raise a family, boasting five distinct shopping precincts, cinema, a great range of public and private school, churches and public transport. Spend your days boating, crabbing, fishing and swimming and if you ever tire of these activities the city is linked to the Kwinana Freeway and Forrest Highway, perfect for a quick getaway for those seeking adventure in our great South West or Perth metropolis.