Museum in Mandurah

Mandurah Museum

Mandurah's community-run museum is an engaging little repository of all things aged and olden – it's one of WA's better regional collections. Unless you're walking, park behind the museum in the car park off...

Beach in Mandurah

Town Beach

Just across from the human-made Ocean Marina, Town Beach delivers some natural respite, with a gentle swell surging in and out and locals basking on the golden sand. A lovely spot.

Beach in Mandurah

Swimming Beach

If you're not keen on the surf or have little kids in tow, there's a designated, boat-free swimming beach near the footbridge across from Ocean Marina. There's a pontoon you can swim out to, with a couple of...

Historic Building in Mandurah

Hall's Cottage

Tiny by modern Mandurah standards (check out the McMansions around this part of town), this whitewashed stone, shingle-roofed cottage was one of the first houses in the state (1833).

Beach in Mandurah

Doddi's Beach

West of the mouth of the estuary is family-friendly Doddi's Beach, facing the ocean. It's far enough from the main town to sidestep the glitz and cultural artifice.