Mandurah, WA’s largest regional city and less than an hour from Perth, is set against a backdrop of magnificent beaches and an estuary twice the size of Sydney Harbour. Originally known as Mandjoogoordap, Mandurah means ‘meeting place of the heart’. And once you arrive here, it’s easy to see why it was crowned Australia’s Top Tourism Town 2023. Enjoy waterways for days and much more. There are so many BIG reasons to visit Mandurah.
Giants of Mandurah
Mandurah is home to the Giants of Mandurah. Created by the famous Danish recycling artist, Thomas Dambo, these big wooden sculptures show off his love for eco-friendliness and creativity. They’re like the eco-friendly guardians of Mandurah, protecting the city’s awesome treasures, especially those internationally famous wetlands. Thanks to the incredible success of the Giants of Mandurah, the exhibition has been extended beyond November 2023 and is expected to remain for another 3 years.
Peel Produce Market
Spend your Saturday mornings at Dawesville Foreshore for a delightful experience with local artists, musicians, and farm-to-table produce at the Peel Produce Market from 8am – 12pm.
Peel Open Studios
Peel artists invite you to explore their private studios from 13th – 21st April 2024. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere, witnessing art in progress and engaging with the creative process.