A Family Day in Mandurah for only $100

Have the best day ever in Mandurah for only $100 with these fun family-friendly activities!

A Family Day in Mandurah for only $100

A Family Day out in Mandurah on a Budget

Have the best day ever in Mandurah for only $100 with these fun family-friendly activities! Whether your family are looking for an outdoor adventure, are massive foodies or, you’re a bunch of beach bums – Mandurah is full of exciting activities to make your day out a memorable one.

From the morning to the evening, Mandurah has your entire day sorted with family-fun activities that will cost you $100 or less for the entire day! Having fun on your family holiday doesn’t need to be expensive. Here, we’ve picked out our favourite ideas to keep you and the kiddos entertained from breakfast to dinner.

Idea 1: Amaze-ing Adventure

Begin your morning with a stroll around the Peel Produce Market. Hosted every Saturday morning rain, hail or shine, pick up local produce, jams, cheeses and baked goods that will make for a delicious lunch later on. All goodies are made locally, meaning it’s all high quality, delicious and affordable. 

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Juice stall at Peel Produce Market, Dawesville

Take your packed lunch and head on an adventure to Amaze Miniature Park! The park offers a Family Pass (2 adults, 2 children or 1 adult, 3 children) for $48 plus, under 3 years old are FREE. 

Admission to Amaze Miniature Park also includes unlimited mini golf, offering hours of fun for the family. Enjoy the packed lunch at the beautiful picnic area at Amaze Miniature Park and soak up the quality time with your little ones. 

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Amaze Miniature Park

Head back into town to explore the Instagram trail and 3D artworks. This is the perfect way to discover the city and appreciate its wonderful art and culture. Check out the local artwork spread across public spaces, walls and even bike racks! 

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3D crab art painting on Mandurah Bridge | Image: John Taylor

After the walk, spoil your youngsters with a visit to one of the many playgrounds in Mandurah! Sprinkled throughout the city, there’s the Caterpillar Park, Adventurescape Playground as well as Mandurah’s iconic Skatepark for those with a board or bike. Sit back and relax whilst your children play. 

With Mandurah’s many beautiful beaches, it’s essential that your family make time to visit the seaside. The hardest bit will be deciding which beach to go to – there’s simply so many to choose from! Falcon Bay, Town Beach, Pyramids Beach, Lido Beach and more. Rally the family together and visit some of the best beach spots in WA. 

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Town Beach, Mandurah

As dinner rolls around, pop by one of the great fish and chip shops in Mandurah. For an affordable seafood feast, we recommend Foreshore Fish & Chips, Halls Head Fish and Chips, Smiley Joe’s Fish and Chip Shop, Ginger Groper Blue Bay Fish & Chips, Sharky’s Fish & Chips… the options are endless.  

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Mandurah Ocean Marina

I scream, you scream, we all scream – for ice cream! Make your kiddies jump for joy with a delicious scoop of ice cream from WA’s renowned Simmos ice cream or the local Cool Eats. The perfect way to finish off a fantastic day. 

Idea 2: Explore, Eat & Repeat

All aboard on an adventure in Mandurah! 

Pack up some homemade sandwiches and head on an excursion to the Pirate Ship Cruise

Whilst the parents can admire the stunning views on the 45 minute scenic cruise, the children will be entertained with the interactive pirates. For a family-deal of $64, it’s a bargain for the whole family. Just make sure you keep an eye out for the many Indo-Pacific Bottlenose dolphins that play in Mandurah’s waterways. 

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Pirate Cruise, Mandurah

Alternatively, the Mandurah Cruises’ Dolphin Cruise and Views offer an incredible  and interactive water experience as you cruise the Mandurah canals and estuary and spot the wonderful dolphins splashing beside the boat. The kids will have a ball watching a western rock lobster catch demonstration and seeing this iconic creature up close. Mandurah Cruises’ offer a Family Pass (2 adults & 2 children or, 1 adult & 3 children) at $68. 

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Dolphin Cruise & Views

After the cruise, book a spot for your family on Mandurah’s Little Toot train, which takes passengers on a fun journey along the Eastern Foreshore for only $25 for the whole family! The Tourist Fun Train never fails to excite the kids and impress the parents. 

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Tourist Fun Train Company | Mini Toot

Take it easy after the day’s activities and find a spot to watch the sunset at an insta-worthy location in Mandurah. 

If you’re looking to update your family album or snap a picture to post on Instagram, Mandurah’s sunsets are guaranteed to deliver breathtaking backdrops. From the Mandurah Bridge to Stingray Point and The Lake Clifton Thrombolites – your family album will never look so good.  

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Lake Clifton Thrombolites

As bellies begin to growl for dinner, we recommend making use of the great BBQ spots

You can find BBQ facilities at most reserves in Mandurah. Some of the best spots are the Eastern Foreshore Reserve, Dawesville Foreshore Reserve, Caterpillar Playground and Henry Sutton Grove. Grab some delicious snags from the local butcher and enjoy a sausage and bun on the grass.

Affordable family adventures

Who said family activities had to be costly? Not us! 

Choose how much (or how little) you spend on your holiday without having to sacrifice on activities. Here in Mandurah, there’s plenty of free and affordable activities that will keep the kids entertained. 

Looking for more affordable and free activities? Check out our blog on Visiting Mandurah On A Budget

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The natural beauty of Mandurah and the Peel region offers lots of outdoor adventures for families.

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The natural beauty of Mandurah and the Peel region offers lots of outdoor adventures for families.

Explore the Wetlands

The internationally significant Yalgorup Wetlands System is a habitat for a vast number of birds, animals, and plant species. Explore and spot wildlife by the many walking trails, reserves, and viewing platforms. Many places also have information signs to help children learn about this vital eco-system. Find out more.

For an inspiring guided nature walk through the precious ecosystem, contact local tour operators Ways to Nature or Salt and Bush Eco Tours.

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The Mandurah region boasts a wealth of protected waterways, national parks, nature reserves and nature parks.

Boat Cruises

Exploring Mandurah’s spectacular waterways is something the whole family will enjoy. Join a cruise with Mandurah Cruises and learn all about the marine environment as you tour the canals, estuary and wetlands.

On the Pirate Ship Mandurah cruise, kids can dress up as pirates, steer the wheel, ring the bell and look through a telescope. Find out more.

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Explore an estuary twice the size of Sydney Harbour.

Water Adventures

Get everyone’s adrenaline pumping on a jet ski tour with Stag Watersports or on Mandurah Cruises’ exhilarating high-speed vessel. In winter, take the family white water rafting on the Murray River with Dwellingup Adventures.

Kids can experience the thrill of catching their own dinner fishing from the estuary, beach, or on a fishing charter. Mandurah Cruises, Port Bouvard Fishing Charters, and Skills2Fish offer tours and clinics to teach kids how to fish. In season you can go scooping for blue swimmer crabs in the shallow waters of the estuary.

Kids can also learn how to sail at one of the Mandurah Offshore Fishing and Sailing Club clinics that are held throughout the year.

To explore at your own pace, hire a boat, waterbike, paddleboard, or kayak. Soulmate Charters can take you on a cruise at your own pace, with skipper included. But to really get away from it all, take the family for a holiday on the water and completely unwind as you slowly meander through the waterways in a houseboat from Mandurah Houseboats.

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Experience Mandurah to its fullest on these adrenaline pumping water activities. You’ll be spoilt for choice.

Adventure and Amusement Parks

Trees Adventure in Dwellingup is a tree rope obstacle course the whole family can enjoy, offering 9 different levels and over 20 flying foxes. Dare Adventures in Dwellingup and the Fairbridge Village Adventure Course in Pinjarra are outdoor adventure camps with a range of activities, especially for kids.

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Swoop, swing and fly your way through a thrilling day on a flying fox or treetop adventure that will make even the biggest adrenaline junkie jealous.

Amaze Miniature Park

The Amaze Miniature Park has hedge mazes, a miniature English village and railways and mini-golf.

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This wonderful attraction has an extensive display of scale model miniature buildings and railways

Train Rides

Mandurah Tourist Fun Train in the City Centre is a fun way to tour Mandurah. The child-sized Mini Toot runs along the Eastern Foreshore and the Big Toot is a hop-on/hop-off tour for all ages. Purchase tickets at the Mandurah Visitor Centre or when boarding the train.

The Hotham Valley Tourist Railway in Dwellingup will take you on a journey back in time on the historic Steam Ranger (Sunday, May – October) or through the forest on the open-air carriages of the Forest Train (Saturday, Sunday and public holidays all year).

Mandurah Tourist Fun Train Company
“The Spirit of Mandurah” (BIG TOOT) is our larger train for groups of up to 60 people and stops at 10 designated Stations around the City.

Cycling & E-Scooter

Cycling is a great and easy way to get out and explore with the kids. Mandurah has good cycle paths around the city centre, marina and along the coast. Hire an e-bike or e-scooter from The Bike Kiosk to explore Mandurah.

About a 45 minute drive from Mandurah, there are also family-friendly forest cycle trails.  Dwellingup Adventures offers bikes for hire as well as guided tours.

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Explore winding forest tracks and Mandurah’s best cycling trails.

Skate Parks & BMX Tracks

Skateboarding, scooter and bike riding are great ways to get outdoors and get active. Kids of all ages can test their skills and have fun at Mandurah’s skate and BMX parks which include multiple features to challenge riders and boarders alike.

  • Mandurah (Bill Bowler) Skate Park, Leighton Pl, Halls Head
  • Falcon Skate and BMX Park 3 Flame Street, Falcon 
  • Pinjarra Skate Park Roe Avenue, Pinjarra
  • Mandurah BMX Track Milgar Street Reserve, Mandurah
  • Duverney Reserve Skate and BMX Zone 221-239 Wanjeep Street, Coodanup
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Skate & Bike in Mandurah.

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Indoor Activities & Entertainment

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The rain might be pouring outside. However, you’ll be dry and warm having fun inside with these fun and family-friendly indoor activities.

Bounce, Climb and Flip Out

Take the kids for a bounce at Inflatable World or Flip Out Mandurah Indoor Trampoline Park or scale a wall at the Mandurah Indoor Rock Climbing Centre. This will not only improve their motor skills but also tire them out for a good night’s sleep.

Mandurah Rock Climbing Centre

Splashing Fun

The Mandurah Aquatic and Recreation Centre provides fun, safe, outdoor and indoor swimming pools for families to enjoy and have a splash.

Entertainment

Mandurah Performing Arts Centre’s annual calendar of events regularly includes shows and workshops for kids and families. 

Reading Cinemas in Mandurah screens all the latest movies every day of the year. 

Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
Image Credit: Stephen Heath and City of Mandurah

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Here are our favourite playgrounds in Mandurah and surrounds. Check them out and let the kids run wild!

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Here are our favourite playgrounds in Mandurah and surrounds. Check them out and let the kids run wild!

Mandurah Eastern Foreshore Playground

This lovely playground, located on Mandurah’s Eastern Foreshore and overlooking Mandjar Bay, is fully shaded and based on a soft fall surface. 

There are many slides, ladders, climbing walls, tunnels and many other play items to entertain toddlers and older children alike. 

Kids particularly love the big yellow boat, rockers, monkey bars and swings. With beautiful views over the Estuary, BBQs, picnic spots, shade and local coffee, bars and restaurants parents will have a ball too. A great playground for the entire family.

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Keith Holmes Reserve and Beach

Located off the Mandurah Quay Footbridge, this playground is overlooking the man-made beach at Mandurah’s Ocean Marina making this a great little spot for family BBQs and picnics.

There are two adjacent play areas at Keith Holmes Reserve. One area is more suited to older kids whereas the second one is suitable to toddlers.

The little beach close by is ideal for kids to have a splash around as it’s very shallow and there are no waves.

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Osprey Waters Foreshore Playground

This big adventure and nature-based playground is located right on the water’s edge and is the perfect place to play, picnic, barbecue and even to fish. If you are in Mandurah a visit to this playground is a must and our recommendation is you allocate at least a couple of hours to enjoy it.

Perfect for toddlers and pre-schoolers, nature play strongly features at this playground with balancing rocks amongst the bushes and a fun wooden rope maze under natural shade. The most popular feature of this playground is the nest cubby house.

There’s also a small sandy beach, perfect for having a splash or throwing in a fishing line.

A cycle path / walk path runs along the length of the Erskine foreshore and through the playground area. Walk or cycle the foreshore and see Ospreys and their nests on the way. Ospreys (Pandion haliaetus) are fish eating birds of prey and known as the Guardians of the Estuary or Yoondoordo in Noongar language.

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Novara Foreshore Playground

Located in Falcon, this Mandurah adventure playground has custom-built nature play features including a 6m high climbing structure, accessible swings and a Miram which is a skate-style play element for older children and youth. There is also various fitness equipment suitable for all ages.

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Caterpillar Park Playground

The Caterpillar Park Playground is definitely one of the most popular playgrounds in Mandurah, not only because it’s enclosed and safe but also because there’s so much to do. 

There’s several slides, swings, sensory play area, floor levelled merry go round, a nest swing and flying fox.

Surrounded by plenty of trees and sails, keeping the area shaded, this is not only a pleasant place for kids to play but also for families to enjoy a picnic or barbecue. There are separate undercover areas with benches, tables and BBQs.

Also known as Milgar Street Reserve, the Caterpillar Playground is easily accessible via Park Road with plenty of parking available. Be wary on weekends though, it is situated next door to the BMX track so it can be a little hard to find parking.

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Quarry Adventure Park

With a fantastic range of play equipment and different play areas, this playground is perfect for children of all ages.

There are huge climbing spider web nets, a long and steep slide, and other pieces of play equipment set all the way down the side of the quarry. If you have children who love to climb or love a challenge, they will just love this park. All the equipment is set on soft fall rubber. Off to the side, past some bushland is the amphitheatre, this area is grassed and offers a whole lot of fun for children too. The area is very shady thanks to the many trees there. 

Equipped with BBQs, picnic benches, toilets and water fountain, you can easily spend the whole day at Quarry Adventure Park enjoying a barbecue or picnic after play. 

Quarry Adventure Park in Meadow Springs is well worth a visit when you stay in Mandurah.

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Adventurescape Playground

This farm-themed playground, located next to the two hectare lake in the Satterley Austin Lakes Estate in South Yunderup, will surely be a big hit with your children. 

The play area is dotted with small wooden farm animal play sculptures and features a huge 9-metre tall climbing windmill tower and slide, a large pig that is part cubby part slide, a 35-metre flying fox and old farm tractors that are half submerged in the sand. Other features include a custom rural style fence maze, a 3 metre spinning disk, a 5 way swing, a climbing net, balance pole bridge and see-saw.

The small lake which is located next to the playground is great for paddling in and has a small beach area with BBQs located close by.

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Top 10 things to do with kids

With plenty of coastal, forest and urban adventures to keep everyone in the family entertained, you’ll discover everything holiday memories are made of in Mandurah and the Peel Region.

Top 10 Things to do with kids

Top 10 Things to do with the kids in Mandurah

With plenty of coastal, forest and urban adventures to keep everyone in the family entertained, you’ll discover everything holiday memories are made of in Mandurah and the Peel region, only 1 hour south of Perth.

Here’s our top 10 things to do with kids in Mandurah and surrounds.

The Pirate Ship Mandurah

1. Say ahoy and get ready to Yo Ho Ho as you cruise Mandurah’s waterways on the Pirate Ship Mandurah.

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Mandurah Cruises

2. Watch our wild bottlenose dolphins play on the Dolphin & Scenic Marine Cruise with Mandurah Cruises.

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Image Credit: Mandurah Cruises

Mandurah waterbikes

3. Great for ages 7 years and up, you can glide through the water via pedal power – and even go dolphin spotting while you’re at it with Mandurah Waterbikes.

Mandurah Waterbikes

Tourist Fun Train Company

4. Board the Tourist Fun Train Company for a train ride tour. Mini toot, the friendly miniature train, runs along the eastern foreshore and the Big Toot is a hopon/hop off tour for all ages.

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Amaze Miniature Park

5. Appeasing the imaginations of those big and small, there are 70 adorable miniature buildings and model trains at Amaze Miniature Park plus hedge mazes mini golf and playground. Great day out for families.

Amaze Miniature Park

The Bike Kiosk

6. Hire e-bikes from The Bike Kiosk and ride north or south along the coastal cycle trails.

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Mandurah Instagram Trail

7. Have fun taking photos with the 3D art paintings on the Mandurah Instagram Trail.

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Image Credit: John Taylor

Kings Carnival

8. Bring out the competitive spirit in everyone and enjoy a fun game of mini golf at Kings Carnival on Mandurah’s Western Foreshore.

King Carnival Mandurah

Indoor Activity Centres

9. Take the kids for a bounce at Inflatable World or Flip Out Mandurah Indoor Trampoline Park or have a climb at the Mandurah Indoor Rock-Climbing Centre.

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Image: Mandurah Indoor Rock Climbing Centre

Trees Adventure

10. Climb a tree-top obstacle course through the forest at Trees Adventures in Dwellingup.

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Plan your itinerary before your arrival and book in your activities. We look forward to seeing you in Mandurah soon.

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Family Fun at Peel Produce Market

Get a fresh start in the morning at Peel Produce Market. On every Saturday morning, this beautiful market at the Dawesville foreshore is a great outing for families. Browse the local produce stalls, enjoy coffee, fresh juices or hot breakfasts by the water while listening to live music. There are also great activities for the kids.

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School Holiday Activities

Give your kids the opportunity to make new friends, learn new skills and have adventures over the school holidays.

School Holiday Activities

Keep your kids entertained
these school holidays

Give your kids the opportunity to make new friends, learn new skills and have adventures over the school holidays.

You can keep your kids entertained with a number of attractions in Mandurah and fun things to do within the Peel region.

Outdoor Activities

Entertain the Kids on a Cruise

Exploring Mandurah isn’t half as fun unless you heard out on a boat cruise. Join a cruise with Mandurah Cruises and learn all about the marine environment as you tour the canals, estuary and wetlands.

Take the family on a fun-filled adventure. Meet Mandurah’s playful wild dolphins, watch a western rock lobster catch demonstration and see this iconic creature up close, spot pelicans, ospreys & swans on the wetlands, explore the city’s illustrious canals. Kids, help the Captain drive from the junior captain’s helm! And adults, help yourself to FREE coffee & tea.

The Dolphin Cruise & Views departs daily at 11:30 am and 1:30 pm. Save with the $68 family pass!

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Dolphin Cruise & Views

AHOY there, me hearties! What’s this? Pirates in Mandurah? Join ‘Pete Blackbeard’ and his buckos at Pirate Ship Mandurah for a fun day out on the water. It’s an open air vessel where kids can dress as pirates, steer the wheel, ring the bell and look through telescopes. It’s pirate role playing at its best.

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The Pirate Cruise

Float your boat in Mandurah

Mandurah is best explored by boat. If you don’t have your own one, you can hire a boat or  explore at a slightly slower pace by paddleboard or kayak in Mandurah.

Or dip your toes in Mandurah’s magnificent new estuary pool on a sunny winter day. Named Kwillena (dolphin) Gabi (waters) by the traditional owners of Bindjareb Boodja, this natural waterway shares its habitat with local marine life.

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Kwillena Gabi Estuary Pool on Mandurah's Eastern Foreshore

Cycle Tracks and Trails

Mountain biking and cycling are a great and easy way to get out and explore with kids. Mandurah has good cycle paths around the city centre, marina and along the coast. You can enjoy the effortless experience of an e-bike with The Bike Kiosk, based at the Mandurah Visitor Centre.

There are also family-friendly forest cycle trails throughout the region and don’t forget the Munda Biddi Trail, a world-class off-road cycling track, running through Dwellingup.

Explorer of the wetlands

As soon as you arrive in Mandurah, you feel relaxed and get this instant holiday feeling. Why? Because in Mandurah, we’re relaxed by nature.

Mandurah is like an outdoor classroom where you can learn about the incredible, internationally significant Peel Yalgorup Wetlands System and the wildlife on guided nature walks and even nocturnal bush walk tours with Salt & Bush Eco Tours and Ways to Nature.

Visit the 2,000 year old Lake Clifton thrombolite reef at Yalgorup National Park which can only be found in a few places in the world! Mandurah has many bird visitors too as it is considered one of the few locations in Australia chosen as a rest stop for migratory birds.

Amusement Parks and Rides

Appeasing the imaginations of those big and small, there are 70 adorable miniature buildings and model trains at Amaze Miniature Park. It is set among four acres of beautifully manicured gardens along with mini golf, a hedge maze and a playground.

And from very small to very tall, you can jump aboard the King Carnival Ferris wheel or tower ride or have a go on the dodgem cars and amusement arcade. It’s a great day of fun for kids of all ages.

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Amaze Miniature Park

Locomotives Big and Small

They may be child-sized, but they sure have big hearts – Mini Toot, the friendly miniature train runs along Mandurah’s Eastern Foreshore – and the Big Toot is a hop on/hop off tour for all ages. These two are owned by the Mandurah Tourist Fun Train Company and is a fun way to tour Mandurah. You can purchase tickets at the Mandurah Visitor Centre or when boarding the train.

The Hotham Valley Railway in Dwellingup is a popular attraction, particularly for the train buff. Experience a ride aboard a heritage train in the heart of the jarrah forest. The tracks were built in the early 1900’s to transport timber from Dwellingup around the state, and today you can enjoy three different train experiences, the Steam Ranger operating in winter months only, May – October.

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Mandurah Tourist Fun Train | Mini Toot

Be a zookeeper for a day

Are your children wildlife enthusiasts? Great, did you know they can be a professional zookeeper for a day at Ranger Red’s Zoo and experience first-hand handling and feeding the animals? They will learn how over 100 species of birds and animals are cared for and get up close to Tasmanian Devils, koalas, kangaroos, snakes, ferrets, lizards and a variety of bird species. Learn more about the Zookeeper 4 A Day program.

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Mandurah (Bill Bowler) Skate Park

Part of the Western Foreshore recreation precinct, the competition standard park is a concrete skate park with three skate zones for different skill levels, including a competition bowl and a plaza area.

It caters for skaters, BMX and scooter riders of all levels, is state of the art as far as skate parks go, and it’s a top pick for local skaters, being designed by skaters, specifically for skaters.

Indoor Activities

Even if the rain is pouring outside, the fun in Mandurah won’t stop this winter. Check out these family-friendly indoor activities.

Ice Skating Fun

Ice skating is one of the best winter activities for kids when it comes to building strength, coordination, and balance.

Mandurah’s Ice Skating Rink is a great winter activity for the indoors these school holidays. Whether you are new to skating or a pro, there is something for everyone.

The ‘Kanga Skate Aid’ is available for the big and little kids, giving a kick of confidence to enjoy the magic of being on the ice. The ice skating rink is also wheelchair accessible making an inclusive activity everyone can enjoy.

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Climbing fun

Get a grip at Mandurah Indoor Rock Climbing where you’ll find many challenges including 40 top ropes, great bouldering cave, slack line, climbing club, circus and aerial classes. It’s a great way for your kids to burn some energy, all while having fun in a safe and friendly environment.

Mandurah Indoor Rock Climbing

Flip Out Trampoline Park

This trampoline park is the ideal indoor activity in Mandurah. Bounce, jump and leap for joy with the family in this massive arena. Who can say no to a trampoline park? Find out more here.

Inflatable World

Another amusing indoor activity in Mandurah is one of Australia’s biggest indoor inflatable playgrounds. This family-friendly attraction will surely get the adrenaline rushing! Tickets are sold on the spot. Find out more here.

School Holiday Program

Check out the City of Mandurah’s School Holiday Guide that is filled with free or low cost activities that will keep your kids entertained and protected from the rain and wind these school holidays. There are plenty of great activities for the littlies and teenagers.

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