Mandurah, Western Australia

Mandurah is a coastal city located south of Perth. The city is situated on the Mandurah Estuary and Indian Ocean.

Crabbing in the estuary of Mandurah

Mandurah is a popular tourist destination with its many beaches, estuaries and waterways. The city has a population of around 80,000 people.

Mandurah is well connected to Perth and other parts of Western Australia by road and rail.

Mandurah is also home to one of Australia’s best inland waterways for those that love to get out on the water. Such waterways include the Peel Inlet, Harvey Estuary, Dawesville Cut and Lake Clifton.

Mandurah is known for some great fishing and in particular crabbing.

How to get to Mandurah?

Mandurah is located around a 90 minute drive south of Perth. The city is well connected to Perth by road and rail with the major highway, the Kwinana Freeway, running through Mandurah. The Mandurah railway line also runs from Perth train station to Mandurah.

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