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Mandurah Family Resort        
124 Mandurah Terrace

This unassuming resort of tiled-roof villas is a 6-minute walk from Mandurah Beach and a 13-minute walk from the shops and restaurants of Mandurah Ocean Marina.The contemporary villas have lounge areas and full kitchens. Upgraded villas add mezzanine-level bedrooms and/or whirlpool tubs.
Beach Front - The Wedge        
45 Halls Head Parade

Beach Front - The Wedge is situated in Mandurah and is close to the area's popular attractions. It also features an airport shuttle.Beach Front - The Wedge offers comfortable rooms, furnished to suit the needs of any traveller.
Atrium Resort Mandurah Star Rating 3        
65 Ormsby Terrace, Mandurah, WA 6210, Australia

Set on landscaped grounds in Mandurah's tourist precinct, this polished resort is a 6-minute walk from the beach and a 7-minute walk the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre.The relaxed rooms feature flat-screen TVs with cable channels, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities, lounge areas and kitchenettes. Apartments and suites add amenities such as full kitchens, balconies, and laundry facilities.
Mandurah Holiday Village Star Rating 3        
124 Mandurah Terrace

Mandurah Holiday Village is located 1km from the Mandurah Foreshore were you will find an abundant supply of shops, restaurants and recreational facilities. Soak up the atmosphere from within one of the magic one and two bedroom villas which feature a full kitchen, lounge/dining room and bathroom. Ground floor units open into courtyards and lawns, whilst those on the first floor have their own private balconies.
Seashells Mandurah Star Rating 4.5        
16 Dolphin Drive

These modern, beachfront apartments are an 11-minute walk from the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre, 3.4 km from National Route 1 and 5 km from the golf course at Meadow Springs Country Club.The airy, unpretentious apartments have free WI-Fi, flat-screen TVs and whirlpool baths.
Mandurah Quay Resort Star Rating 4        
40 Marina Quay Drive Mandurah WA 6210

Situated on the Peel Inlet, this modern upscale resort is 6.3 km from the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre and 11 km from the Dawesville Channel.The chic, 2-bedroom apartments come with kitchens, living and dining areas, whirlpool tubs, washers/dryers, and Wi-Fi (surcharge).
Comfort Inn Crest Mandurah Star Rating 3        
54/110 Mandurah Terrace

Set a 13-minute walk from Mandurah Ocean Marina, this simple, low-rise hotel is also 2 km from Silver Sands Beach and 17 km from Secret Harbour Golf Links.Featuring en suite bathrooms and warm decor, the relaxed rooms come with desks, cable TV, Wi-Fi (paid) and tea and coffeemaking facilities. The 2-bedroom apartments add kitchenettes and living rooms with dining areas.
The Sebel Mandurah Star Rating 4.5        
1 Marco Polo Drive

Bordering Mandjar Bay, this fashionable hotel is a 1-minute walk from the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre and 6 km from Meadow Springs Golf & Country Club.Upscale rooms, suites and apartments come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. The rooms and suites have minibars; the apartments offer kitchens, washer/dryers and sofabeds.
Quality Suites Crest Mandurah Star Rating 4        
1 The Palladio

Overlooking Mandurah Ocena Marina, this modern, all-suite hotel is a 6-minute walk from shops and eateries in Dolphin Quay precinct and 19 km from Secret Harbour Links Golf Course.The bright, airy suites come with balconies, Wi-fi access (fee) and kitchens with coffeemakers, plus living rooms with flat-screen TVs and desks. Most suites have views of the marina.
Quest Mandurah Star Rating 4        
20 Apollo Place

This low-rise serviced apartment complex is set along the canals of a city known for its varied wildlife, abundant marine life and beaches. It's 1.6 km from the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre and 2.
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Mandurah is a city on the southwest coast of Western Australia. It's known for the Peel-Harvey Estuary with its abundant wildlife and migratory waterbirds. The Mandurah Community Museum features exhibits on the Peel region's history. Halls Head Beach has a large resident dolphin population. To the south, Yalgorup National Park is home to thrombolites, rare, rock-like microorganism formations, at Lake Clifton.