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Sleep under the stars at one of the region’s many national park camp sites, or stay at a tourist park and wake up to breathtaking views.
With stunning beaches, natural beauty and unique wildlife, Mandurah is a seaside hub set against the stunning backdrop of the Indian Ocean and winding waterways.
Originally known as Mandjoogoordap, Mandurah means ‘meeting place of the heart’, and once you arrive here it’s easy to see why Mandurah was crowned WA’s Top Tourism Town in 2022.
With an abundance of aquatic and nature activities, award-winning waterfront dining and a vibrant arts and culture scene, whether you stay for a day, a weekend or a week, your visit to Mandurah will be a memorable one.
The ‘Giants of Mandurah‘ by world-renowned Danish artist Thomas Dambo is Mandurah’s latest attraction and first of its kind in Australia.
These wooden sculptures are protectors of the environment and cleverly hidden around Mandurah in a free-to-view interactive outdoor exhibition that requires you to find them, following a trail of clues.
If you’re heading out on a Giant Hunt, don’t forget to pop into the award-winning Mandurah Visitor Centre (voted best in the State in 2022) for your map and clues. If you’d prefer to have some company (and a little help) when going on your Giant adventure, you can choose from a selection of guided boat, coach and e-bike tours!
Mandurah is popping right now with so many more big reasons to visit. There’s an array of exciting experiences around Mandurah for you to explore. From the thrill-seekers to the kickback and relaxers, Mandurah has got you covered.
Top Things to Do in Mandurah
Explore the waterways
Spending time on the water is one of the most popular activities in Mandurah. Whether on a dolphin cruise, a pirate ship or being the captain of your own vessel, a day spent on the water is always good for the body and soul.
Join a walking tour or a guided kayak adventure to explore the stunning natural attributes of Mandurah and surrounds.
With an abundance of unspoilt wetlands, the beauty and serenity of the outlying bushland will provide you with a renewed sense of calm.
Over a hundred wild bottlenose dolphins call Mandurah home, so you are sure to see them showing off as they dart across the waves. Mandurah is also home to many native birds, kangaroos, emus and possums. We’ve pulled together your Mandurah nature bucket list.
Camping Spots Mandurah
To enjoy all that Mandurah has to offer, there’s Mandurah Coastal Holiday Park near the city centre, Mandurah Caravan & Tourist Park on Pinjarra Road, Twin Waters Caravan Park in Dawesville or Miami Holiday Park in Falcon.
Mandurah Caravan & Tourist ParkMandurah Caravan & Tourist Park is a 4 STAR family operated tourist park with family friendly facilities include a water slide and heated pool.
Mandurah Coastal Holiday ParkMandurah Coastal Holiday Park – located 500m from the beach, the central location means everything is nearby, including Mandurah Foreshore and Dolphin Quay Marina hospitality and tourism precincts.
Miami Holiday ParkMiami Holiday Park – is the ultimate ‘uncomplicated’ caravan and camping
destination with direct access to the Peel-Harvey Estuary, walk/cycle trails, and local beaches.
Twin WatersTwin Waters is a quiet shady park nestled between Melros Beach and the Estuary, only a 20-minute drive from the Mandurah city centre.
Camping Spots in the surrounds
You can camp right on the riverbank in the heart of Pinjarra or Boddington, on the foothills of the Darling Ranges in Serpentine, amongst towering trees in Dwellingup or lakeside at Herron Point near Pinjarra and Lake Navarino in Waroona.
Camping in a national park or reserve is a great way to connect with nature.
The campgrounds in the region, which are either on a first-come, first-served bases or booked in advance via https://exploreparks.dbca.wa.gov.au/camping include:
Lane Poole Reserve
Instant relaxation is guaranteed at Lane Poole Reserve. You’ll just love this national park with nine different campgrounds within the reserve providing a range of facilities. Fees apply and a park pass is required to enter the national park. Except for Nanga Mill and Nanga Townsite, booking in advance is required.
Marrinup Townsite near Dwellingup is suitable for tents, has toilet facilities and is pet friendly. Camping fees apply and booking in advance is not possible.
Martin Tank Campground
Unwind and connect with nature at this beautiful campground near Preston Beach, right on the banks of Martins Tank Lake. The campsites at Martins Tank Campground are suitable for tents, campervans, camper trailers and caravans. Fees apply and you must book in advance.
- Mandurah – Corner Hackett and Sholl Street
- Pinjarra – Pinjarra Williams Road, adjacent to the heritage train station
- Waroona – Millar Street, town oval
- Boddington – Wuraming Avenue
RV friendly Towns
- Pinjarra – 24 hrs (all year)
- Waroona Oval, Preston Beach – 24 hrs (May to October – subject to change)
- Boddington – 48 hrs
- Jarrahdale – 72 hrs
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