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Reading Cinemas - Mandurah

Reading Cinemas - Mandurah

With six wall-to-wall cinema screens featuring the highest quality crystal clear digital sound, you really can experience the difference at Reading Cinemas Mandurah. Sit back and relax in their luxurious armchair stadium seating and immerse yourself in the latest new release films. Take advantage of their value tickets (online booking fee applies) and make sure you stop past the Candy Bar to pick up a value packed combo deal from one of their friendly staff members! Reading Cinemas Mandurah is the perfect venue when planning your next corporate or private function, offering an array of services to suit your needs.…
Mandurah Performing Arts Centre

Mandurah Performing Arts Centre

The Mandurah Performing Arts Centre is one of Australia’s premier regional performing and visual arts centres. Mandurah is located south of Perth and is now less than one-hour’s travel from the City by road or by high-speed train. The Centre is designed around magnificent glassed foyer areas which offer sweeping waterfront views and includes the 800-seat Boardwalk Theatre, 144-seat Fishtrap Theatre and the Alcoa Mandurah Art Gallery. The Centre presents a diverse range of live theatre, drama, dance, music and comedy shows, including local, state and national performances.
Mandurah Central Paddle Trail

Mandurah Central Paddle Trail

Explore Mandurah's spectacular and protected waterways on a kayak, canoe or stand-up paddleboard. Float lazily down the calm Mandurah Estuary, paddle past impressive multi-million dollar mansions and explore the impressive birdlife around Mandurah's extensive wetlands system. Whether you are a novice or experienced paddler you will love this easy to paddle trail. Dolphins are regularly spotted in the area, so do not be surprised if they suddenly pop up right next to you to join you on your water adventure. You can hire kayaks, canoes and stand-up paddleboards from the centrally located hire outlets in the heart of Mandurah if…
King Carnival

King Carnival

Located on the beautiful Mandurah foreshore, King Carnival offers a wide variety of rides, world class mini golf in lovely botanical garden settings and classic arcade and redemption games where you can win big prizes! The Ferris Wheel has been there for over 60 years and boasts views of the estuary and surrounds. Have a go on the bumper cars or the speed of the Tilt a Whirl if you dare! You can also grab a coffee and light lunch at the kiosk. King Carnival is also home to some amazing events including Screamfest, Western Australia's biggest Halloween event, Food…
Mandurah Eastern Foreshore

Mandurah Eastern Foreshore

Walk, jog, cycle or just sit alongside the estuary at Mandurah’s eastern or western foreshores - there is something for everyone. A playground for children where parents can watch on from shady picnic tables whist cooking on one of the free barbecues. Several swimming locations are complimented with free facilities and extensive walk ways. Along the northern end of the foreshore is the Boardwalk precinct where you can catch a movie, show, enjoy a coffee or a bite to eat. From there it’s a short walk to Dolphin Quay where you will find indoor markets, restaurants and cafes with views…
Mandurah Country Club

Mandurah Country Club

The location of the Mandurah Country Club - nestled between the Indian Ocean and the Peel Estuary - provides some magnificent views from the Clubhouse. Their new balcony stretching the length of one side of the Clubhouse is the perfect position to scan across the Estuary to the Darling Range on the left and to the Indian Ocean on the right. The balcony and the new bar area also provides a great view of the course. The course consists of professionally designed fully-grassed fairways and superb grass greens. The fairways are lined by many varieties of natural flora and majestic…
Craft Beer and Wine Trail, Peel Region

Craft Beer and Wine Trail, Peel Region

Only an hours drive from Perth, the Peel Region offers everything from beautiful coastlines to jarrah forests.And when it comes to food and wine, there is truly something for everyone including handmade craft beers, award-winning wines and food to feed a hungry family or the most discerning foodie The Peel Region is Western Australia’s most diverse region and offers some amazing experiences only a short drive from Perth. Blessed with internationally-recognised natural attractions, such as the Yalgorup National Park and the world-famous thrombolite formations, it also fuses cosmopolitan living with historic riches, rural lifestyles, farming enterprises and a tapestry of…
Osprey Waters - Peel Inlet Paddle Trail

Osprey Waters - Peel Inlet Paddle Trail

Blessed with 134 square kilometres of calm inland waterways, Mandurah is the ultimate water playground for everyone and a true paddler's paradise. The shallow Peel Inlet (commonly referred to as "the estuary") stretches from Mandurah's Estuary Bridge to the Dawesville Cut. The Peel Inlet together with the Harvey Estuary to its south are listed under the Ramsar Convention as a wetland and ecosystem of international significance. Osprey Waters Foreshore Reserve is roughly 2 kilometres from the Mandurah city centre and provides a great starting point for the exploration of the northern part of the Peel Inlet and the canals of…
Mandurah Estuary and Peel Inlet

Mandurah Estuary and Peel Inlet

The Mandurah Estuary and Peel Inlet is a large system of shallow estuarine and saline, brackish and freshwater lakes and covers 134 square kilometres - twice the size of Sydney Harbour! The estuary is comprised of the Peel Inlet which is connected to the Indian Ocean via the Dawesville Channel in Mandurah and the Harvey Estuary further south. In 1990, The Peel Harvey Estuary was listed under Ramsar Convention as a wetland and ecosystem of international significance. The Mandurah Estuary and Peel Inlet is regarded as one of Australia's most spectacular playground for boating, fishing and wildlife watching. Take to…
Meadow Springs Golf and Country Club

Meadow Springs Golf and Country Club

Meadow Springs Golf and Country Club is an 18 hole championship layout featuring "Golf as nature intended". The outstanding practice facilities include a 25 bay full length natural grass driving range, large putting green, chipping green/short-game area and three practice bunkers. Measuring 6,189 metres from the blue tees, the golf course promises a unique experience through open bushland, the layout dictated by the natural features of the land. Towering 200-year old Tuart trees line generous fairways and subtly rolling greens. Few holes run parallel enhancing the sensation of being alone in the wilderness. The facility also includes a function center…
Peel Region Canoe Trails

Peel Region Canoe Trails

The Peel Region Paddling Trails meander along the Serpentine and Murray Rivers surrounding Mandurah and Pinjarra in the Peel Region, an hour south of Perth. There are two trails, with various options and several entry/exit points. The Serpentine River Trail, which includes the Peel Inlet and Mandurah Estuary. An easy half-day paddle on the Serpentine River takes you past beautiful natural bushland, historical sites and new and old developments including the Mandurah Foreshore. The 24 kilometre Murray River Trail commences in Pinjarra and finishes on the Mandurah Foreshore. The reverse journey is also easily achievable depending on the time of…
Serpentine River Paddling Trail

Serpentine River Paddling Trail

Mandurah is surrounded by water. The waters of the Peel Inlet and Harvey Estuary (one of Australia's largest inlet systems) form the centre of the city. The Serpentine River is one of three rivers flowing into the Peel-Harvey Estuary which is twice the size of Sydney Harbour and provides a habitat to many species of fauna and flora. Explore the incredible nature and birdlife on this beautiful and easy paddling trail.
Amaze Miniature Park

Amaze Miniature Park

At Amaze Minature Park, explore the 70 miniature buildings with several interactive model trains. This wonderful park has an extensive display of scale model miniature buildings and railways. Many of the models are replicas of well-known historic buildings from Abingdon Village (the oldest continually inhabited town in England) and parts of the United Kingdom, Germany and France. This intriguing attraction is set among 4 acres with multiple pathways winding past water features and beautifully manicured gardens. Included with your admission is a 12 hole mini golf for your enjoyment and entertainment. You won’t run out of things to do with…
Southern Coastal Ward Walk

Southern Coastal Ward Walk

From the City’s Southern border in Singleton, follow the footpath north along Foreshore Drive. When you reach the roundabout at Singleton Beach Road, carefully cross Foreshore Drive and follow the concrete footpath north approximately 40 metres until the footpath deviates to the left through the coastal dunes. Take in the views of the foreshore reserve and glimpses of the Indian Ocean. This will lead you through the northern end of Singleton, past Crystaluna Drive and you have just walked to the next suburb of Golden Bay. Take in the views of the Golden Bay Foreshore park before finishing your walk…
The Cut Golf Course

The Cut Golf Course

No golfer visiting Perth should miss The Cut Golf Course at Port Bouvard. Ranked on Rolex's World's Top 1,000 list and among Australia’s top 25 courses, it’s set high in ocean-front dunes with views of the Indian Ocean from more than half of its 18 holes, and provides the challenges and rewards of a true links experience to golfers of any ability. To enjoy The Cut’s world-class greens, take an hour’s drive south of Perth on the Kwinana Freeway to Mandurah - a popular day-trip destination in its own right - then drive a further 20 minutes south along the…
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