Mandurah Motel & Apartments

Address: 54/110 Mandurah Terrace, Mandurah, Western Australia, 6210, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 54/110 Mandurah Terrace, Mandurah, is near Hidden Valley Motor Sports Complex, Halls Head Beach, and Sutton's Farm at Halls Head.
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Travel Blogs from Mandurah

What a little Gem!

A travel blog entry by sergeantdeleeuw on May 04, 2015

22 photos

... can be added to a bucket if you need to do laundry.

Leigh and Matt have made a lot of great improvements to the campground, including the addition of a tyre swing for kids, as well making some essential items available for purchase, including milk, sugar and Andersen plug connectors.

The birds here are very friendly and Leigh tells me the locals call them 'twenty eights'. You can literally stand out the front of your van holding a little ...

Busselton to Mandurah

A travel blog entry by doingalapofoz on Apr 23, 2015

11 photos

... pies we have purchased this trip, they came extraordinarily close to taking the Cowell bakeries down from their No1 spot!!

That afternoon we visited Micks Dad (Dave), took Aero for a swim and then wandered along the Mandurah waterfront for a Simmos icecream!!

On Tuesday (21 Apr) we had a very quiet morning doing nothing much but sit around and relax! In the afternoon we went for a 5km bush walk with Dave. Then back to his ...

Goodbye Sydney... Hello Perth

A travel blog entry by krisdee on Mar 27, 2015

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... to his apartment which he shares with 2 extremely Australian girls, Ashley and Felicia. We then changed and headed out to Fremantle, which was out more towards the beach. We first stopped off at a local market. I love markets, so this was a perfect way to start my trip in Perth. We then headed to a local brewery across the street, called Sail and Anchor, before heading to the famous Cottesloe Beach. The ocean wind was definitely in full blast, which made it a little ...

A Freo Tour

A travel blog entry by nomaddan on Mar 09, 2015

... coast of Australia in 1770 but it wasn’t until almost 60 years later when when Captain Charles Fremantle anchored off of Rottnest Island. Shortly after he would establish the first settlement in Western Australia. Since then it has battled against a relentless Indian Ocean and inhospitable desert to become the main port of WA, enabling Perth to become one of the fastest growing cities in the southern hemisphere.

Margaret River to Mandurah

A travel blog entry by tadzany on Feb 06, 2015

1 comment, 9 photos

... iPad mini for each of us, which would run through a slideshow or video expanding on what he'd told us. We went to a look out with views over the ocean, and he told us about the ship Georgette, which had been wrecked nearby in 1876. An Aboriginal stockman, Sam Yebble Isaacs spotted the shipwreck and rode his horse the 20km to his employer's house for help. This was the Bussell family, who Busselton was later named for. But the men were out mustering, and the only ...