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A view of the old Mandurah traffic bridge at night. Underneath the bridge there are jetties to fish from. A popular coastal tourist town.
Mandurah, the focal point of the Peel region, is a coastal city characterised by the popular Peel Inlet and Harvey Estuary. One hour drive on the new Freeway - 72 kilometres south of Perth, the capital city of Western Australia.
The City of Mandurah's administrative area covers 173.5 square kilometres and forms a narrow, curving band less than ten kilometres wide. Bordered by the Indian Ocean to the west, it is dominated by waterways and known for its good fishing, crabbing and prawning.
Take a tour on a cruise boat to completely appreciate this area and its plentiful wildlife. You can even enjoy a close encounter with the local wild bottlenose dolphins, both in and out of the water.

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