Mandurah is easy to get to with great road and public transport networks.

The average travel time between Mandurah and Perth City Centre is about one hour with regular fast rail services and major roads connecting the two cities.

By road

The Kwinana Freeway is the most direct route from Perth and leads directly into Mandurah from the Mandjoogoordap Drive exit (pronounced ‘Mand-joo-GOOR-dap’).

For a more leisurely and scenic drive take the South Western Highway alongside the Darling Ranges.

Public transport

It is easy to get to and around Mandurah on public transport. Transperth operate the bus and rail services and can provide detailed information and maps on the Transperth website.


Technology is changing rapidly and so is our landscape.  More people are using eRideables and other electric rideable devices for commuting and recreational purposes.  Learn the rules that keep eRiders and other Mandurah road users safe.

For Safety Information reminders download the pamphlet.

Walking and cycling networks

Walking and cycling around the city are great ways to get active and stay healthy, connect with nature, and discover some of our unique parks and reserves. Local community group, Mandurah Environment and Heritage Group, have created maps of natural areas in Mandurah and the most scenic pathway routes to walk, cycle or scooter there. 

Taxi services

There are a number of taxi services available in Mandurah:

Mandurah Taxis 13 10 08

Swan Taxis 13 13 30

Airport access

Perth International and Domestic Airport terminals are accessible by car and bus. An airport shuttle operates between the Domestic Airport (Terminal 3) and Perth city with pick up and drop offs from five convenient locations. For more information on these shuttle services please visit the Perth Airport website.

Private shuttles and car hire are also available at the airport.