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Tracks & Trails

The City of Mandurah aims to promote active and passive sport and recreational opportunities for residents and visitors. One aspect of this is the many trails developed throughout the City and some that link with surrounding shires. The trails within Mandurah consist of urban multi-purpose pathways, bushland walks, canoe trails, horse trails, and the ever expanding coastal trail.

Trails are designed and developed to promote physical activity, provide transport links, experience nature or even just to get out and about with the family. Trail development in the City is guided by the Peel and Mandurah Trails Masterplans, provided in useful documents.

 

Some popular trails in the City of Mandurah are:

 

Mandurah Coastal Trail - An ever expanding trail developed along the Mandurah coastline.

Peel Region Canoe Trails - These canoe trails meander along the Serpentine and Murray Rivers and are part of the state top trails network.

Kwinana Freeway Cycle Trail and links - Providing a key transport link to surrounding areas and even Perth for the energetic cyclist.

 

Mandurah Trails Pages

Walk Trails - Link to walk trails in Mandurah and surrounds

Cycle Trails - Links to bicycle trails in Mandurah and surrounds

Canoe Trails - Canoe Trails in the Peel Region

Bridle Trails - local horse trail networks

Heritage Trails - Historical and heritage walks around Mandurah

 

  
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