Mandurah is a city on the southwest coast of Western Australia. It’s known for the Peel-Harvey Estuary with its abundant wildlife and migratory waterbirds. The Mandurah Community Museum features exhibits on the Peel region’s history. Halls Head Beach has a large resident dolphin population. To the south, Yalgorup National Park is home to thrombolites, rare, rock-like microorganism formations, at Lake Clifton.
Mandurah is a water-based town with huge Ocean Marina on the town foreshore and is surrounded by beautiful waterways which feed into the Indian Ocean with plenty of family friendly beaches. Canal estates provide luxury homes for most locals. Tourists can have fun on the water fishing, diving, swimming, surfing and boating.
Enjoy an interaction with the playful Bottlenose Dolphins of Mandurah. A very enjoyable and safe experience whether you choose to enter the water for snorkelling with the dolphins or to observe them from a boat. The friendly local dolphins happily interact with people.
The coast around Mandurah is fast becoming populated with world-class 18-hole golf courses, such as 'Links-By-The-Sea', Meadow Springs and Pinjarra. If you're a keen golfer, Mandurah offers a variety of layouts, allowing you to play a game by the ocean, estuary or valley.
• Peel Zoo
• Yalgorup National Park
• Lake Clifton Thrombolites
• Peel-Harvey Estuary
• Just 4 Fun Aqua Park
Below is a small selection of the Mandurah holidays on offer. If you would like us to create a Mandurah holiday based on your ideas, please give us a call.
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