Here’s what to know
about getting to and
Mandurah is easily accessible by public transport and by car and is the perfect stop on your way to or from the South-West.
Mandurah is less than an hour’s drive from Perth. The most direct route is via Kwinana Freeway, exiting Mandjoogoordap Drive. The exit is well sign-posted and will connect you to Mandurah Road into the city centre.
An even faster option is Transperth’s public train service, operating between Perth and Mandurah at a travel time of just under an hour. Public buses operate from the train station to the city centre.
Mandurah Airport Shuttles offer return transfers between Perth Airport and Mandurah.
Many of Mandurah’s attractions are in or around the city centre, making them easily accessible. The city is very walkable, with good paths, open spaces and waterside boardwalks. To explore further afield you can hire a car, taxi or join a guided tour.
For self-drive, the region is well sign-posted and easy to navigate. Mandurah Car Hire and other companies have cars available for pick up in Mandurah and at Perth Airport.
The Transperth bus 588 or 589 runs between Mandurah Train Station and the city. Your train ticket allows free journey on buses until time detailed on your ticket expires. Other public transport buses run throughout Mandurah.
Taxis & Charters
Mandurah Taxis operate services from the Mandurah Train Station and can take you anywhere in and around the region. They also offer personalised tourist charter and executive car services. Call the 24-hour phone number 13 13 30 to book. Uber is also available. You can also do a guided tour with Aussie Perth Tours.
Free Parking is available within Mandurah city centre.
Free Public WI-FI is available throughout Mandurah city centre.
People with disabilities can use the beach matting to the water’s edge at Town Beach and Dolphin Pool at the marina. There is an all-terrain wheelchair for hire to access beaches and walkways. Bookings can be made during office hours with the Mandurah Ocean Marina Chalet, 6 The Lido, Mandurah. Phone 9535 8173 or email email@example.com.
The wheelchair can be picked up from the Beach Access Storage Shed attached to the toilet block at Keith Holmes Reserve in Mandurah. The wheelchair and beach walker are available during office hours (8am to 6pm, 7 days a week).
National Park Access – An entry pass is required to access parks. Passes with unlimited entry to all WA fee-paying parks for a set time period are available for purchase at https://shop.dbca.wa.gov.au/ or local visitor centres or upon entry into the park.
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