Getting Here | Mandurah & the Peel Region

Getting here & around



From Perth to Mandurah

The drive from Perth to Mandurah takes less than an hour.

The high-speed option is via the Kwinana Freeway, taking the new, efficient entrance road into Mandurah: ‘Mandjoogoordap Drive’, meaning ‘meeting place of the heart’, the road’s name comes from the Indigenous Noongar people.

The freeway exit is well sign-posted, and this will connect you through to Mandurah Road, and into the centre of the city.
Alternatively, you could choose the more leisurely inland scenic route, travelling the South Western Highway via the native forests of the Darling Scarp, rolling farmland and some of the region’s award-winning wineries.
Approaching from the south, the Old Coast Road connects to Forrest Highway and links directly to Mandurah. Stay on the Forest Highway to get to Pinjarra.

Parking is FREE within the Mandurah city centre.

From Perth to MURRAY and the Wider Peel

The Shire of Murray (includes the towns of Pinjarra and Dwellingup) is located approximately one hour from Perth via the Kwinana Freeway. Take the Pinjarra Rd exiting off the Kwinana freeway.

If you prefer a more scenic route, then the South Western Highway is a picturesque alternative. If you are travelling south from Perth follow the route through Armadale, and then down through beautiful Serpentine Jarrahdale and to Pinjarra – the geographic centre of the Peel. From Pinjarra the highway continues south to Waroona, 25 Kms further south.

From Pinjarra you can travel east to Dwellingup and then onto to Boddington via the Pinjarra Williams Rd.

Finally, the Albany Highway takes you from Armadale south through the magnificent forest to Boddington, exit at Bannister Rd.
Most of these trips are less than an hour by car, highlighting just how easy it is to getaway anytime to the Peel.



Transperth’s Mandurah Line provides a regular fast train service between Perth and Mandurah, leaving from the Underground and Esplanade stations in Perth city, and calling at nine stations along the way.

Travel from Perth to Mandurah takes around 48 minutes in air-conditioned trains which depart every 10 – 15 minutes. Catch the Transperth bus 588 or 589 from Mandurah Station into the City.

For more details, call Transperth’s info line on 13 62 13 or visit

The 600-604 bus route takes you from Mandurah Station directly into Pinjarra central. Transport options to Dwellingup, are limited to car only.

For a different rail journey, consider taking the scenic inland route aboard the TransWA Australind, stopping at 6 locations in the Peel Region.



Many of Mandurah’s attractions are in or around the city centre beside the estuary’s scenic eastern foreshore and the marina precinct, making them easily accessible. The city is very walkable, with good paths, open spaces and waterside boardwalks making a stroll an enjoyable and rewarding experience.

Get your regional map from a local Visitor Centre and start exploring.



Mandurah Taxis (Phone: 131 008) operates services from Mandurah Transit Station and can take you anywhere in and around the region.


Hire Cars

If you take the train to Mandurah, you can discover the Peel Region in a rental car.

Several car rental companies, such as Hertz, provide vehicles for pickup in Mandurah.


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