Mandurah


About Mandurah

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.


Mandurah quick stats

  • Postcode

    6210

  • Population

    7,837

  • Local government

    Mandurah

  • Train station

    Mandurah

  • Bus

    Bus service to Mandurah Train Station

15.9%
Sales growth
$400K
* Median sales price
8.3%
Rental growth
$455pw
* Median rental price

Nearby suburb growth

12.2%

Bouvard

21.7%

Coodanup

11.0%

Dawesville

18.2%

Dudley Park

Suburb prices

Median price data last updated 2 March 2024 containing transactions for the 12 month period ending February 2024 Sales data is annual up to the latest completed month. Rental data is year-on-year 3-month rolling up to the latest completed month. Data in this graph is revised as more transactions are settled.
Source: Landgate/REIWA

Buy

$400,000

  • 2BR

    $360K

  • 3BR

    $401K

  • 4BR

    $500K

Rent

$455pw

  • 2BR

    $430pw

  • 3BR

    $460pw

  • 4BR

    $555pw

Median price data last updated 2 March 2024 containing transactions for the 12 month period ending February 2024 Sales data is annual up to the latest completed month. Rental data is year-on-year 3-month rolling up to the latest completed month. Data in this graph is revised as more transactions are settled.
Source: Landgate/REIWA


Upper and lower quartiles

Upper quartile

$461K

Median

$400K

Lower quartile

$358K

Time on market

House

Days

12

Unit

Days

11

Mandurah
Peel

Total percentage change in annual median house price over the last 1, 5 or 10 years.

Suburb interest level

Average online views per property

Based on current reiwa.com user activity, you can see how Mandurah compares to the rest of the region

This is based on views of residential properties for sale in this suburb within the last 14 days.

Schools

0.8km
0.8km
1.2km
Coodanup College
  • Secondary
  • Government
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Property and demographics

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