Perth to Mandurah a Day trip by train

Things to do in Mandurah Perth to Mandurah a Day trip by train

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Mandurah Island Ride

Walk the Waterways

Sunrise Yoga Hike – Erskine

Mandurah Wild Seafood Experience

Mandurah Canals & Dolphin Watch Cruise

Mandurah Canal Cruise & Caversham Wild Life Park 

Perth to Mandurah a Day trip by train

Now that the train line from Perth has been completed, peaceful Mandurah is as popular a day-trip destination as ever. Located just 72 km south, Western Australia’s second-largest city is bordered by the Indian Ocean, Peel-Harvey Estuary, and the Serpentine River, making it a naturally nautical place. What started as a modest fishing village has become a thriving tourist destination, with international visitors flocking to its beaches and protected waterways for fishing and boating.

The Mandurah railway line is a hybrid suburban rail/rapid transit railway on the Transperth Trains network in Western Australia. Running from Perth south to Mandurah, it traverses the median strip of the Kwinana Freeway for part of its route.

Transperth Mandurah train line

Take the Transperth Mandurah train line from the underground or Esplanade stations in Perth. If you’re coming from the northern suburbs on the Clarkson line, your train will probably go directly to Mandurah after passing through the city. Once you arrive at Mandurah, the last stop is to catch one of the shuttle buses to the foreshore.

The Perth to Mandurah railway is described as one of the most forward-thinking pieces of infrastructure development. Since it was electrified, the Transperth network has been using electric multiple-unit railcars exclusively.

Route Options

By car, you have two options: the fast route is to take the Kwinana Freeway, exiting onto
Mandjoogoordap Drive. This connects to Mandurah Road, which leads into the city centre. Otherwise, enjoy the scenic route along South Western Highway to Old Coast Road, which connects to Forrest Highway and Mandurah.

Mandjar bay

We headed to Mandurah by train, a journey that takes only about an hour. Our first stop was for lunch at the Red Manna restaurant on the foreshore, where we enjoyed a delicious meal of fresh regional specialties and a great view of Mandjar Bay. Afterwards, we walked to the dock in front of the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre to catch one of the ferry cruises and tour the waterways.

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