THINGS TO DO IN MANDURAH

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Things To Do in Mandurah!

Mandurah is one of the most picturesque destinations in Australia. A fixed destination for accommodation will not do it justice. We highly recommend choosing a houseboat holiday which will make your Mandurah Holiday a truly unique experience.

Choose your vessel, choose your own crew and your skipper (you do not require a Skippers Ticket)! Now you're fully equipped with a stunning houseboat to travel along the extensive Mandurah Waterways in the Mandurah / Murray Region of Western Australia.

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    Your Mandurah Houseboat Adventure!

    We recommend you stay for a minimum of 2 nights to relax and enjoy your beautiful Mandurah Holiday; there is simply so much to see and do, and this is the best way to do it. Each morning you will wake up in the same comfortable bed while enjoying a brand new stunning location. Mandurah Houseboats have all the amenities for your trip including hot water, showers, bathrooms, kitchen with oven and stovetop and a large fridge. Houseboats cater for different crew numbers and sleeping arrangement and our friendly staff will help you choose the houseboat best suited to your requirements. Again, you don’t need a Skippers Ticket as our staff provide appropriate instruction and training before you depart on your fantastic Mandurah adventure.

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      The River & Estuary

      Mandurah Holiday Houseboats are based in central Mandurah, in the Mandurah Ocean Marina, which is now Australia's most awarded Marina, and the Murray River houseboats are based in the heart of the river system, opposite the popular ‘Ravo Hotel’. It really makes no difference which location you choose, as all vessels have access to all areas. Points of interest include Cooleenep Island with the historical Coopers flour mill. Here you can explore the island and the history. There is a BBQ area, and grassed playground. This area, Coopers Mill, is enchanting, and popular with houseboats and locals. This island is located at the entrance to the Murray River from the Peel Inlet. 

      We have another island called Boundary Island,  which is a man made island close to Mandurah, abundant with birdlife, and again a popular place for houseboats. Only two vessels can spend the night here, so if you are lucky enough to have it for yourself it is very quiet and tranquil. This is also a popular place for fishing & scoop crabbing. On the riverfront we have the historical Ravenswood hotel. Enjoy a yummy meal on the banks of the Murray River, watch the kids swim in the river or hire a paddle boat and spoil the kids!

      The Pelican store offers bait, ice, burgers etc, some minor provisions, and it is also a licensed liquor store. Pelicans do an amazing breakfast, definitely worth a stop!
      Sandy Cove offers the Sandy Cove Tavern, and Murray Waters Chinese restaurant, a deli/cafe that does great breakies, however a 4 hour stop only is permitted here.
      The Jetty’s Bar & Grill (formally The Clansman Tavern) offers great meals and is a popular stop for families as it also provides large play areas and a small beach for children to play at. A pleasant 2 hour journey up-river from Murray River houseboats takes you to the Peel Zoo, and a rustic restaurant, "Redcliffe on the Murray", accessed from the houseboat via a suspended bridge. There is also a golf course in this lovely area.

      Our estuary is also a favorite, particularly in the warmer months when the crabs are running, and of course there is the vibrant cappuccino strip in central Mandurah. You can also visit the Harvey Estuary, where Mandurah Houseboats have swing moorings, and the marina at Port Bouvard (which has an excellent licenced restaurant). There are lots of designated overnight mooring points, and these are clearly set out in the on-board procedure manual. We hope this information has expanded a bit on the features of our lovely waterways in Mandurah and the surrounds. Please feel free to contact us for more information:

      More things to do...

      • Plenty of crabbing, scooping at Boundary Island is a favourite!
      • Fishing (Dawesville Cut and the Murray Rivers are popular spots)
      • Watch the dolphins frolicking
      • Sunset drinks and nibbles at Coopers Mill or Boundary Island while the kids run amok on the play ground
      • Breakfast at popular Pelican store at South Yunderup
      • Lunch at the Ravenswood Hotel
      • Dinner & Drinks at the Sandy Cove Tavern & Restaurant
      • Cuddle the koalas, pet the kangaroos and feed the animals at Peel Zoo in Pinjarra
      • 18 holes at the prestigious and picturesque Pinjarra Golf Course
      • Sunday Session at the Redcliffe on the Murray, with live bands and great food!
      • Stay on the picturesque Harvey Estuary
      • Antique & Gift shop shopping at Pinjarra
      • Movies and then fish & chips at the Mandurah Foreshore
      • Bring your canoe and paddle upriver, it is truly worth it!
      • Spoil the kids with a day at Kings Carnival on the Mandurah Foreshore, there’s also a Fun 4 Kids water activity play area.
      • And so much more…
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