Walk, jog, cycle or just sit alongside the estuary at Mandurah’s eastern or western foreshores - there is something for everyone. A playground for children where parents can watch on from shady picnic tables while cooking on one of the free barbecues. Several swimming locations are complimented with free facilities and extensive walkways.

Along the northern end of the foreshore is the Boardwalk precinct where you can catch a movie, or show, enjoy a coffee or a bite to eat. From there it’s a short walk to Dolphin Quay where you will find indoor markets, restaurants and cafes with views of the marina.

Situated in the heart of Mandurah, it is an easy stroll to the shopping precinct with a range of clothing boutiques, home wares and souvenirs. During summer the reserve hosts markets and festivals, including the popular Mandurah Crabfest.

Located just one-hour drive south of Perth, Mandurah is a popular holiday destination. The train runs frequently between Perth and Mandurah stations with buses provided to the foreshore and boardwalk precincts.