UPDATE (23 March 2020): Based on the Federal government’s advice, the Mandurah Community Museum is closed.

The City of Mandurah is working closely with the Commonwealth and State Governments in response to COVID-19.

More details and information on the importance of social distancing and infection control are available via the City’s Facebook pages and our COVID-19 Information webpage.

Take care as we work together to stay safe and connected. 


When the Mandurah Commuity Museum reopens, come and discover the fascinating stories of the Peel Region and learn about significant people, places and events in Mandurah’s History. Our Museum features photographs, objects and information about Mandurah’s journey from pre-settlement through its development as a quiet holiday town into the thriving city we know today!

Museum Facilities

Wheelchair accessibility is available in most areas of the Museum. There are two toilets, one is a unisex disability access toilet. Minibus parking is available at the rear of the Museum, beside the Historical Society garage. Limited parking is available at the rear of the Museum.


Entry by gold coin donation.

Becoming a volunteer

Volunteering  at the museum is a challenging and fulfilling role that combines interesting valuable work with other volunteers. The museum welcomes people to volunteer their time to help with our education programs, to take tours and to carry out work behind the scenes. Please contact the museum for more information. 

Donating an Object

The Museum is always interested in discussing any potential donations. All offers are considered in the context of the Museum's Collection Policy. Please contact the museum for more information.