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- Dudley Park
Twilight Retreat, Luxury Canal Front home, private jetty, 2 kayaks, ample parking for cars, boat or caravan. Boat ramps nearby, 5 minutes to Mandurah City, Waterfront with many great restaurants/cafes. Balcony Wining and Dining enjoying those balmy evenings as you take in the sunset over the canal. Alfresco with BBQ, Pizza oven and bar fridge. Wi-Fi and office w/air printer if you must, or watch movies in surround sound in Home Cinema, Living room or Master Bed. A Luxury get-away to remember.
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This 3 bedroom one bathroom renovated house is located 10 min walk from the Mandurah foreshore and is central to cafes, shopes,walkways and local entertainment. Loads of parking for boats or caravans. Come home for a good night sleep with quality beds with high thread count sheets. Great for people with food intolerances or allergies as tiles throughout, and a fully equipped kitchen to prepare those special meals. Small house trained dogs may be allowed on request.
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Your guide to Mandurah
All About Mandurah
A popular day trip from Perth an hour to the north, Mandurah (nicknamed Crab City) is where you go when you have a hankering for the taste of fresh-caught seafood. The city, which sits on the Indian Ocean and whose offshore reefs feed a sizable commercial fishing industry, is famous for its bounty of crabs, lobster, and crayfish, which appear on menus throughout town and beyond. If you’re looking for something to pair with your fish feast, the nearby Margaret River Region rolls out a long list of attractions that includes national parks, ancient cave systems, and one of Australia’s most exciting wine regions. The town itself celebrates its rich history and commitment to the arts with a series of self-guided tours that allow you to stroll the waterfront browsing small museums, independent galleries, and more than 60 works of public art.
How do I get around Mandurah?
The closest international airport is Perth Airport (PER). From here, you can take public transportation to the centre of Perth, which takes about 30 minutes, and then hop on a train to Mandurah for another 50 minutes. But having your own car will allow you to visit wineries and the beach towns along the coast from your holiday rental. And though Mandurah itself is walkable once you’re in the centre, it’s easier to get across town if you have a car, as public transportation can take considerably longer.
When is the best time to stay in a holiday rental in Mandurah?
Winter in Mandurah doesn’t get especially cold, though it is the wet season. May through August can also be extremely windy — Mandurah has the distinction of being one of the windiest places in Australia. Spring and autumn see less rainfall and are generally warmer during the daytime. In March, the city celebrates Sustainable Seafood Week with Crab Fest, which draws 100,000 people for two days of live music, cooking demonstrations, and lots of local blue manna crab. Autumn is a good time to visit wine country and celebrate the annual harvest. Summers can be very hot and dry. This is when you’ll want to grab your umbrella and towel to head to the beach. Because of its location on the coast, summer nights can cool down a bit more here, so pack accordingly.
What are the top things to do in Mandurah?
Yalgorup National Park
This national preserve is just a 35-minute drive away from Mandurah and a great spot to immerse yourself in nature on a hike. Look out for thrombolites on Lake Clifton, unique rock-like organisms that are thousands of years old. See hundreds of them along the boardwalk while taking in views of the expansive lake. The park is also a destination for birdwatching enthusiasts.
Margaret River Wineries
Make the two-hour drive down to the inland Margaret River region. The climate here has created a fertile environment for producing some of the country’s best wines, specializing in an even mix of Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Sauvignon blanc, Shiraz, and Merlot. There are dozens of wineries to choose from in the surrounding countryside and scenic spots to stop off for lunch surrounded by the rolling landscape.
This spectacular geological feature is worth the 2.5-hour drive down from Mandurah. This large limestone cave’s stalagmites and stalactites are part of a system of nearby caves, and Lake Cave minutes down the road also features an underground lake.