- Ac-cent Mandurah
- Beaches, Parks & Reserves
- Billy Dower Youth Centre
- Boating & Waterways
- Contemporary Art Spaces Mandurah
- Halls & Sporting Grounds
- Mandurah Recreation Centres
- Mandurah Art Gallery
- Mandurah Ocean Marina
- Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
- Mandurah Visitor Centre
- Tracks & Trails
- War Memorial
Places & Spaces
Beaches, Parks & Reserves
Mandurah is considered the marine playground of Western Australia and is noted for its stunning waterways, protected waters, excellent beaches and superb fishing and crabbing.
A variety of parks ranging from small pocket parks to large adventure playgrounds provide venues for residents to recreate. Whether its for a leisurely stroll, to sit and read or take the family down for a BBQ and informal sporting activity, there is a park suitable for all.
The City requires larger organised gatherings and events to be booked through the City of Mandurah's Recreation Services Team. This allows the City to manage the usage of these public areas, inform residents when the area is already booked (to avoid double bookings) and ensure highly used areas are more regularly serviced and maintained.
A selection of popular parks are listed in the Information Guide - Public Open Space under the links section on the right hand side of this page or visit the list of parks on the Community Finder. A list of BBQ's has also been compiled to assist residents to locate a park with BBQ facilities. Resident who need a park with toilets can visit the Public Ablution Information on our website.
If you are looking for a venue to hold a wedding visit the City of Mandurah weddings page for information on venues and how to book.
Mandurah's reserves are bigger expanses of public open space and are suitable for more organised sporting activities and events. If you need a larger venue for your activity or sport you can find a list of reserves on the Community Finder or visit the Sporting Grounds and Pavilions page to find out more.