A vibrant mixed-residential and commercial suburb, Mandurah is the heart of the Peel district. Once a small fishing village, Mandurah has evolved into a thriving regional city and a popular destination for tourists. Situated along Western Australia's coastline, Mandurah has firmly established itself as a first class 'sea change' destination with an array of property developments that include everything from family homes, to modern apartments in new estates and luxurious mansions with canal views.
Life in Mandurah
An alluring mix of inner-city panache and classic suburban culture define the Mandurah lifestyle. As a result of the 'sea change' phenomenon which transformed the suburb, Mandurah is now home to a major shopping centre, quality restaurants, charming retail outlets, a bustling foreshore and a pulsating boardwalk. Throughout the year, Mandurah hosts several popular annual events such as the Crab Festival in mid-March and the Mandurah Boat Show in mid-October. Other notable features include the Mandurah Train Station, which provides a fast transport option into and out of the Perth CBD, and local schools, Mandurah Primary School, Mandurah Baptist College, Mandurah Catholic College and Frederick Irwin Anglican School.