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|Average price in Mandurah:||£86/night|
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Mandurah is one of Western Australia's top beach destinations, where you can spend your days basking on sandy beaches, dolphin watching in the estuary and exploring nearby national parks. You can also dine at waterfront restaurants, sun-drenched cafes and trendy bars.
The calm water and sandy foreshore of Mandurah Estuary make it a popular spot to swim and sunbathe. You'll find one of the best beaches just north of Mandurah Bridge, where you can spot dolphins frolicking in the water. If you'd rather swim in the ocean, head to Doddi's Beach, a family favourite known for its soft sand and gentle waves.
Head down to the waterfront and you'll find Ocean Marina, a lively precinct filled with cafes, restaurants and ice-cream parlours. It's a great place to enjoy the sunset with a platter of fish and chips. While you're there, check out the Dolphin Quay indoor market, which is filled with gift stores and boutiques.
Hall's Cottage offers a glimpse at Mandurah's colonial past. It was built by a local fisherman in the 1830s and was one of the state's first residential buildings. The Heritage-listed limestone cottage houses a local history museum, which displays old photographs and other memorabilia.
The Peel region is dotted with beautiful nature reserves, including Yalgorup National Park. Wooden boardwalks wind through towering tuart groves and lush peppermint woodlands. Take a glimpse at the beautiful Lake Clifton Thrombolites, which look like rocks but are actually tiny micro-organisms.
Mandurah is easy to get around on foot, while buses and taxis are available. Rental cars let you explore the Peel region at your own pace. The drive to Perth takes around one hour and local trains also make the trip.
One of the most popular hotels in Mandurah is The Sebel Mandurah, which has been reviewed by 2,054 users and currently has a rating of 8.4/10. Other top-rated locations include Dolphin Quay Apartments and Seashells Mandurah, which have received 8.3/10 and 8.8/10 ratings from our users, respectively.
£154/night is the average price of a hotel in Mandurah, based on HotelsCombined searches over the last 3 days. For 4-star hotels in Mandurah, the average price found is £148/night, and for 5-star hotels the average price is £364/night.
Prices for Mandurah hotels have been found for as low as £20/night over the last 3 days. For the coming weekend of 27 May to 29 May, prices for hotels in Mandurah start from as low as £76/night.
Prices for a hotel in Mandurah tonight are about £151 on average, but HotelsCombined users have found prices as low as £68 for tonight in the last 3 days. The best price found for a 4-star hotel in Mandurah tonight is £76.
A visit to Mandurah is a real delight, with incredible outdoor water activities, international culinary cuisine and an array of local bars and cafes. Mandurah is set against a backdrop of breathtaking beaches and an estuary twice the size of Sydney Harbour, nicknaming Mandurah the modern-day Venice. You are spoiled for choice with restaurants offering seafood, Italian, Mexican and Thai, plus a host of locally run bakeries and takeouts. If you are looking for Mandurah hotels close to the action, then take a look at the highly rated Seashells Mandurah, with endless views of the beach. If you want to be right on the estuary, to watch the boats sail by, then a suitable option of Mandurah hotels is C Mandurah Resort, a short walk from King Carnival and City of Mandurah Community Museum. You are spoiled for choice with world-class hotels and cuisines you’ll remember for a lifetime.
Mandurah is suitable for families, with its endless stretches of coast, forests and unique urban activities. Most of your holiday will be spent on the beaches or on the estuary, spotting the famous bottlenose dolphins that frequent the canal waters. Hire a Mandurah water bike or take a 45-minute scenic family cruise on the Pirate Ship Mandurah. When you need a break from the sun, take the kids to Inflatable World or Flip Out Mandurah. After finishing your freshly caught fish and chips at the Eastern Foreshore park, plan a trip to Amaze miniature park, a great day out walking through maze hedges and playing mini golf. Mandurah is a top family-holiday destination.
Mandurah is famous for the Peel-Harvey Estuary, a massive system of shallow estuarine, saline and freshwater lakes, twice the size of Sydney Harbour. Tourists flock here to experience this natural wonder and spot the bottlenose dolphins frolicking in the canal waters. A trip to the Peel Yalgorup Wetland System for a day tour is informative and breathtaking. The wetlands are breeding grounds for thousands of birds, plants and animals. Mandurah also has a large collection of art galleries and museums, so you can brush up on your indigenous culture. If you’re feeling thirsty, book a tour on the Peel Region Craft Beer and Wine Trail, which features over seven of the region’s finest wine and beer offerings. With an endless amount of outdoor activities like hiking and water sports, Mandurah is a tourist playground.
Booking a hotel or apartment right near the estuary or by the beach is a good option for a relaxing holiday with a view, with easy access to the hundreds of incredible restaurants, cafes, bakeries, pie shops and seafood takeaways. The Eastern Foreshore is bustling with things to do in Mandurah. Grab a cold beer and watch a live band right on your doorstep. A few choice options for Mandurah hotels are Seaside 411, with direct access to the beach and endless views, or the luxurious Sebel Mandurah, a brief walk from Mandurah Performing Arts Centre and the beach. If you’re more of a self-catering traveller who likes to let loose in your own private space, then the Bridgepoint 1105 apartments come highly recommended. With their options of three-bedroom apartments, you can share a memorable time with friends or family, a very short walk from the beach.