1. Hit The Fairways at 3 World-Class Golf Courses
For a city the size of Mandurah, it sure is honored with some incredible fairways in some eminent areas.
Alongside the lavish, parkland encompasses of Mandurah Country Club, there’s the profoundly respected Meadow Springs Golf and Country Club, and the unbelievable connections design of The Cut, which runs directly along the sea shore down in Dawesville.
Each of the three have their own difficulties and are the absolute loveliest greens this State brings to the table.
2. Voyage Through the Canals
Mandurah has a thick system of inland streams and trenches that are a fantasy to voyage through on a bright day.
A portion of the lodging and design in plain view all through is brilliant, and it makes for a charming days cruising.
Christmas time is the point at which it truly sparkles however, with the waterways illuminating with a wide range of embellishments and unbelievably mind boggling light shows.
3. Go for A Jog/Ride Along the Water
A beach front city in the most genuine sense, Mandurah is limited by water both west (the Indian Ocean) and east (the Peel Estuary), which makes for some fantastically grand walkways.
Along the sea shore there are a few kilometers-in length strolling and cycling ways ideal for a beachside run, while the estuary is similarly very much provided food for.
Attempt the scaffold to-connect circle, the Seascapes to Falcon way, or voyage around the Dolphin Marina for some new, pungent air.
4. Bushwalk Through Some National Parks
Further inland nature-darlings will discover bounty to keep them occupied, with a large group of lovely strolling and climbing trails all through the area.
There’s canyons, thick woods, fowl filled wetlands, engineered overpasses and all the more everywhere throughout the Peel area, you simply need to bring your strolling shoes, water and sunscreen!
5. Surfing and Kite Surfing at Avalon
Mandurah is covered with incredible riding spots north and south, and for some more loosened up wave riding it’s difficult to go past Avalon.
Only north of the Dawesville cut, it’s a famous wave among the longboarding set, before the sea breeze comes in the arvo and the kite/wind surfers dominate.