Also known as Makuru in the Noongar seasons, winter in Mandurah is a cosy time of the year.
The waterways fill and the landscape is lush and green. Birdlife is abundant at this time of year and you’ll see more birds like our famous black swans around as they prepare to nest and breed. This is the time for rugged up walks, warming drinks in front of open fires and enjoying glass-off conditions on our waterways.
We love seeing the seasons change here in Mandurah. There’s plenty to do. The City is alive with entertainment from Secret Sounds, Ice Skating, Christmas in July, amusements and a buzzing food scene. Or if you prefer the sound of silence, be relaxed by nature in Mandurah.
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Winter School Holiday Fun in Mandurah
And just like that… it’s school holiday time again! There’s heaps to keep your little monkeys entertained in Mandurah. Ice skating, indoor rock climbing, cruises or train rides – the list goes on…
Explore the Craft Beer and Wine Trail
Take your taste buds for a tour by exploring this trail that pins together seven of the region’s best beer and wine offerings, providing an authentically local experience – enjoyed at your own pace.
Visiting Mandurah on a budget
Need a weekend away or a holiday but don’t want to fork out your whole savings account? We hear you. Mandurah is full to the brim of exciting and affordable holiday options.
Have your own ‘Frozen’ moment with an ice slide and skating on ice at Mandurah’s pop up ice-skating rink along the Eastern Foreshore from 1st July – 17th July.