Peel Region

Western Australia

Pinjarup Country

Getting To & Around Mandurah

To & Around Mandurah

To & Around Mandurah

Self Drive or Car Hire

Taking the Kwinana Freeway south for the direct route to Mandurah is approximately 74 kilometres from Perth, taking less than an hour sitting on the speed limit. Alternate routes along the coastal road from Fremantle, or inland along the inland South Western Highway through Pinjarra provide a more scenic drive.

Mandurah Train Service

Only 48 minutes from Perth, the Mandurah service (Southern Suburbs Rail) links with the Joondalup, Fremantle and Midland lines. Comfort and style on this modern and fast (130kmph) train ride.

Website: www.transperth.wa.gov.au

Mandurah Foreshore Express

The FREE Mandurah Foreshore Express operates between the Mandurah forshore and the train station. You are collected from in front of the Visitor Welcome Centre at the train station and transported to the Mandurah Visitor Centre located on the Mandurah foreshore. It operates a 20 minute loop continuously during the following times:

Summer: 10.00am - 6.00pm
Winter: 10.00am - 4.00pm

Mandurah Buses

Operates daily from Perth City, Fremantle, Rockingham and other major bus ports to and from Mandurah Transit Station. The 169 bus takes visitors from the Transit Station to the Mandurah Visitor Centre. Other bus services operate in the Mandurah area, and timetables can be obtained from the Mandurah Transit Station or Mandurah Visitor Centre.

Phone: 13 62 13
Website: www.transperth.wa.gov.au

Coaches

Coach
South West Coach Line and TransWA regularly operate coach services daily between Perth and Mandurah including other destinations within the Peel Region and South West region.

TransWA
Phone: 1300 662 205 (within Australia only)
Website: www.transwa.wa.gov.au

South West Coach Line
Phone: (08) 9754 1666

The Mandurah Visitor Centre, open 7 days a week, also takes bookings. Phone: (08) 9550 3999.



Mandurah Map   

Latitude:

-32.53497650842356

Longitude:

115.7383255262478





18 Nov 2016

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