From yachts to
from lobster to
fish & chips
Experience the flow of life by the waterways.
There’s so much to discover that you could easily spend a week or more in Mandurah and surrounds.
To help you to put your Mandurah bucket list together, we’ve picked the top 10 things to do in Mandurah for you.
Thomas Dambo’s ‘Giants of Mandurah’ is a free outdoor exhibition of 5 giant wooden sculptures celebrating the extraordinary beauty and natural assets of Mandurah’s waterways, wetlands, bushland and wildlife.
Begin your adventure at the award-winning Mandurah Visitor Centre, collect clues along the way to reveal the location of the final Giant, but shhhhh…..don’t spill the magic beans and spoil the game for others.
Explore the Waterways
Spending time on the water is one of the most popular activities in Mandurah. Whether on a day 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.
A Day at the beach
Mandurah is renowned for its family-friendly beaches where building sandcastles and swimming is the perfect way to spend the day. Just remember to slip, slop, slap.
There are so many ways to get around Mandurah and the Peel region. Hire a bike, a jet ski, a boat, a SUP or a scooter.
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.
Art & Culture
Fuel your curious mind by learning about Mandurah’s Aboriginal and pioneering past. Visit the Mandurah Museum or take a tour of the significant sites of the Bindjareb People and learn about Bilya Country. With many events and art trails to follow, there is no shortage of culture to be found here.
Catch of the Day
For those that love to catch their own meal, Mandurah is famous for its bounty of Blue Swimmer crabs and local seafood. Whether you’re casting a line off the beach or jetty, or joining a fishing charter with the experts, you’re guaranteed to go home with something to brag about to your friends.
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. So keep an eye out.
A Hole in One
Did you know that the Peel region has some of the world’s best ranked golf courses? Nestled among natural bushland settings and oceanfront views, there is four top courses to choose from.
Feast, Flop & Stop
Whether it is coffee and cake or a seafood feast, Mandurah has no end of dining options. Thanks to the perfect climate, al fresco dining is part of the landscape. Whether it’s overlooking the estuary or an ocean vista, you will always experience dining with a stunning view.