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The weather in Mandurah
You can see our climate diagram above. January is the warmest month in Mandurah with average maximum temperatures of 33°. On the contrary, the coolest month is July. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is February.
See Mandurah While Staying at Your Very Own Holiday Rental
Mandurah is famed for the abundant water birds that flock here to make their home in the estuary. If you visit this charming city on Australia's western coast, you'll have some fantastic vacation rentals to choose from. Relax in a waterside villa or opt for an apartment in the quaint but vibrant centre. Fabulous restaurants, cultural pursuits, and magnificent wildlife await at Mandurah holiday rentals.
Tickle your tastebuds in Mandurah
Away from the hustle and bustle of Perth, Mandurah has several excellent restaurants and eateries to tickle your taste buds. Head to Cicerello’s to sample some of the city's best fish and chips as well as a selection of freshly caught seafood, or to the Stage Door Waterfront Restaurant, a local favourite. The Stage Door serves a range of seafood and delicious classics such as spatchcock chicken and Sunday roasts. Redmanna Waterfront Restaurant, one of the area's finer establishments, has an eclectic menu of modern European and traditional Aussie dishes.
Mandurah Kebab House, the perfect spot to grab a late-night snack, offers classic chicken, kebab, and vegetarian options. For a taste of Asia, book a table at Silk Thai Restaurant, which adds a modern twist to classic dishes while maintaining traditional flavours.
Mandurah's cultural scene: Museums and music
Visit the area's main cultural venue, the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre. The impressive, glassed-foyer building hosts a range of local performances, from music to comedy. Other notable venues include the Mandurah Community Museum and the Alcoa Mandurah Art Gallery, which regularly host exhibitions and installations.
The city also has an extensive, well-run public art scheme. As you stroll around Mandurah, try to spot the 57 artworks scattered throughout the community. The city also hosts temporary installations celebrating its history and heritage.
Reading Cinemas screen the latest blockbuster films as well as the occasional indie classic. They also host family-centred events, which often include a screening and discussion. Mandurah's libraries, popular among locals, are vibrant hubs of arts and culture. While you can't borrow books if you're not a local, you can participate in many writers' festivals and library events.
Keeping the kids entertained in Mandurah
In addition to stunning vistas, Mandurah's coast is home to pods of majestic dolphins – take the kids on an afternoon cruise to catch a glimpse of these creatures frolicking in the waves. If you book a lunchtime cruise, food and drinks are often served. Dig into family faves such as fish and chips.
For fun on land, play a round of mini golf at King Carnival, a vintage classic. The winner even gets a prize! When it's time for a break, stop in at Decadent C's, just 5 minutes from Mandurah's centre. As well as serving excellent chocolates, cakes, and other sweet treats, there's a kids' play area, which includes a wooden train. Parents can relax with something sweet while the children burn off some energy.
Immerse yourself in history and cityscapes on day trips from Mandurah
Mandurah's location on Australia's western coast puts stunning stretches of beaches along the Indian Ocean at your disposal. You'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to beaches – some of the best are Silver Sands, Halls Head, and Blue Bay. To the northeast of Mandurah is Helena National Park, recognised as the traditional home of the local Aboriginal people. It aims to preserve and protect their customs and values.
Under an hour's drive from Mandurah is Western Australia's largest city, Perth. Despite being a major city, Perth boasts abundant outdoor space, with beaches, parks, and squares aplenty. Make the most of the green space between visiting fantastic attractions such as Fremantle Prison and the Swan Bell Tower's observation deck.
Experience Christmas in the sunshine in Mandurah
Mandurah and the wider Peel region have a packed schedule of festivals and events. A highlight of Mandurah's calendar is the annual Crab Festival in March. Billed as the largest free community event in Western Australia, it celebrates the humble crab, with music, entertainment, and cooking demonstrations.
Explore Mandurah at Christmas, when pop-up stalls adorn the streets and you can welcome Santa under the spectacular Aussie sunshine. A wealth of other events are held regularly in the area – just research ahead of your trip and look forward to good times Down Under.
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