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Where to stay in Mandurah

Exploring Mandurah

A decade ago, the popular tourist hub of Mandurah was simply a group of isolated beachside holiday communities. It is now the second-largest city in Western Australia. Set along the Peel-Harvey estuary, its foreshore and shallows are home to a variety of bird and marine life, including dolphins, the blue manna crab, and flocks of pelicans. Protected waterways and a selection of fine beaches combined with watery pursuits, such as fishing and boating, draw weekend visitors from Perth as well as tourists from far-flung locations.

Hotels in Mandurah

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Mandurah is the Bridgepoint 106, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Lazy River Boutique Bed & Breakfast in Mandurah as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing in Mandurah

- Abingdon Miniature Village

An enchanted wonderland for adults and children alike, this attraction offers a tiny replica of the English Thameside town of Abingdon, complete with models of the town’s historic buildings. Set in beautifully landscaped miniature gardens showing 300 plant species, the lovingly created models evoke the charm of the ancient town itself.

- Peel Zoo

Peel Zoo, located on the banks of Murray River, is a boutique hands-on zoo. Visitors can hand feed animals, pet and hold them. There are more tahn 100 species of birds and animals that will capture your imagination: koalas, wombats, dingoes, exotic birds, reptiles, bengal cats, spotted quolls, possums, owls and more.

Transportation in Mandurah

With its setting on Highway 1 and with regular rail and luxury bus connections to Perth, Mandurah is easy to get to and around. Eleven Transperth bus routes run across all districts, and the Transwa bus service from Perth to the South West stops in the city. Taxis are available, and the Foreshore Express links the beaches with the railway station.