Mandurah Western Australia Backpacker Bus Tours

Mandurah Western Australia Backpacker Bus Tours
Visit Mandurah and meet the intelligent locals

Mandurah Western Australia Backpacker Bus Tours

Distance from Perth to Mandurah

It takes 53 minutes to go the 72.1 kilometres via Kwinana Fwy/State route 2. You may cover 84.2 km in 1 hour and 8 minutes by using State Route 3 (Roe Hwy) and State Route 2 (Kwinana Fwy).

  • Departs: Perth 8 am Friday and Saturday
  • Finishes: 4 pm (approximately)
  • Distance: 270 km
  • Vehicle Type: Coach & Cruise Passengers 6-48
  • Meals: Lunch included

Mandurah Western Australia Backpacker Bus Tours Highlights

Dolphin Adventure Cruise

Get ready for an unforgettable wildlife trip aboard the Spirit trip, a 1400hp safari catamaran operated by Mandurah Cruises. Observe breathtaking dolphins up close. Also, from October to March, you may see many migrating birds from North Asia, as well as pelicans, osprey, and other plentiful species in the world-famous wetlands.

Thrombolites

enormous magnificent living fossils are the biggest in the Southern Hemisphere; they are over 6 km long and up to 120 metres broad, and they are over 2,000 years old. Lake Clifton is home to enormous thrombolites. Marvel at the breathtaking granite formations as you walk down the promenade.

Mandurah Boardwalk

There are a number of eateries and gift stores along the Mandurah Boardwalk, so it’s a great place to people-watch and unwind. Relax and enjoy the lively atmosphere of the Mandurah waterfront at your own pace.

Itinerary

We leave Perth and continue south into the Peel area, which is well-known for its beautiful coastline and diverse marine life. Our journey begins in the city and ends in Lake Clifton, where we can see the southern hemisphere’s biggest thrombolite reef—a structure that is more than two thousand years old.

Morning Tea

We will pause for the provided morning tea after this. The day will culminate with a 1.5-hour Dolphin Adventure Cruise onboard Mandurah Cruises’ purpose-built dolphin safari catamaran, which we will embark as we travel north into the City of Mandurah.

Bottlenose Dolphins

We set out in pursuit of Western Australia’s densest colony of world-renowned bottlenose dolphins aboard this enclosed yacht. Along with the plethora of birds that make Mandurah their home, we get up close and personal with these incredible species as we explore the vast Peel-Harvey estuary. While designed for speed, the vessel’s complete stabilisation ensures a pleasant ride and its ability to swiftly manoeuvre allows passengers to see the majestic dolphins in action.

Fish and Chip Lunch

After this intriguing 1.5-hour cruise with expert commentary, stop by Cicerello’s on the Mandurah boardwalk and fork in some fish and chips for lunch. Guests may also take advantage of the gorgeous boardwalk’s shops and souvenir vendors during their free time before making their way back to Perth via the motorway, where they should arrive about 4 pm.

Cost

Below prices are valid until 31 March 2020:

  • Adult $169
  • Concession $155
  • Child $95

Dress for walking, remember to carry a hat, and don’t forget your camera. If the weather is really bad, the tour can end earlier than planned.

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