Serviced Apartments Mandurah
What’s on in Mandurah
Mandurah is fast becoming Western Australia’s most talked about tourist destination. As Western Australia’s largest and fastest growing regional city, set against some incredible beaches and an estuary twice the size of Sydney Harbour, the city is the perfect place from which to explore the wider Peel Region and experience some of the geographical, cultural and historical delights of Australia’s west coast. The city itself offers everything from world-class waterfront dining to extreme sports, whilst the surrounding countryside provides a fantastic opportunity to take a wine tour or do some off-road hiking. Whether you are seeking an active holiday or a leisurely break, the ‘Perth’s adventure playground’ is guaranteed to offers something for everyone.
Where to stay in Mandurah
Mandurah offers a wealth of options when it comes to choosing a place to stay. However, whilst there is a good selection of hotels and guest houses, anyone planning a longer stay in the city may find serviced apartments are better suited to their needs. These properties not only offer many of the benefits of a hotel, such as reception and room cleaning services, but they also provide the added privacy of a self-contained private space, not to mention the convenience of a fully equipped kitchen. Thesqua.re present a range of serviced apartments in Mandurah - ranging from compact studios to luxury apartments and each having been selected according to our exacting criteria, ensuring we offer the most luxurious and comfortable places to stay in the city.
What to do in Mandurah
Mandurah has earned a reputation as Western Australia’s ‘capital of cool’. With it’s laid back atmosphere, combined with a host of bayside restaurants and bars, it is a great place for those who enjoy a night out socialising - not to mention the perfect place to enjoy some locally caught seafood in one of the ubiquitous grill restaurants.
One of the city’s most alluring features is simply its location. Mandurah is surrounded by sprawling national parks and areas of outstanding natural beauty, not to mention being right on the coast of the Indian Ocean. As such, it really is an outdoor lover's dream destination, with numerous tour operators offering everything from watersports courses to hiking and camping trips in the wilderness.
However, in the unlikely event that visitors find they are stuck for something to do in Mandurah, then there’s always the option of taking the trip north to Perth - a journey of under 45 minutes by rail or car. Here, visitors will find a wealth of cultural attractions, from cutting edge museums and galleries to world-class dining experiences.
Tips for staying in Mandurah
Places to eat
Mandurah is full of great places to eat, ranging from sophisticated fine dining establishments to quirky fast food joints. Redmanna Waterfront Restaurant offers classic Australian dishes with a stunning view, whilst Sunbreakers Restaurant offers a sophisticated setting in which to enjoy its mix of local and European cuisine. For something a little more adventurous, there’s Silk Thai Restaurant, Indian Chilly Masala and Penang House.
As with most Australian cities, Mandurah has no shortage of great places to shop. Mandurah Forum is the city’s premier shopping location when it comes to high-end fashions and designer goods - boasting some 220 stores. However, there are also plenty of shops located nearer the waterfront, on Pinjarra Road. Finally, Mandjar Markets, held throughout the week, are great for picking up bargain goods and local produce.
There’s plenty to see and do in Mandurah - especially around the waterfront - with many of the major attractions being family-friendly. The Tourist Fun Train, Amaze Miniature Park, Pirate Ship Mandurah are all good places to visit with family, whilst those seeking more grown-up pursuits can head to the Mandurah Community Museum or Contemporary Art Spaces Mandurah.
Mandurah has a comprehensive bus and train network, operated by TransPerth, making the city easily navigable, as well as being within easy reach of other nearby cities, such as Fremantle and Perth. In Mandurah itself, buses run across all the main areas, such as Avocet Island and Austin Bay, as well as out towards the suburbs of Oakley, Meeron and others. There are also several ferry services and water taxis, operating in both Collins Pond and Lake Clifton.
Western Australia’s industry revolves predominantly around Perth. The city is a major economic hub, meaning many residents of Mandurah travel to the city for work. Manufacturing is big business, with Arc infrastructure and Fortescue Metals Group being two of the biggest firms, whilst the government-owned Western Power Corp is another major employer for the western province.