Mandurah Motel & Apartments

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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A travel blog entry by sallyglass on Aug 20, 2014

11 comments, 10 photos

... than the block out headset. I managed about 6 hours sleep on and off which wasn't too bad. Kevin slept a solid 8 hours and woke to have a lovely breakfast of toasted banana bread with berries, fresh fruit and hot chocolate. Really we could hardly eat much at all. Arriving in LA was an experience. Because of our late departure from Sydney we arrived an hour late and this meant we had under an hour to check in to Alaskan airlines for our flight to Vancouver. We were not given ...

Day 197 02.08.14

A travel blog entry by daryl-sophie14 on Aug 02, 2014

9 photos

... so we headed for the Old Mandurah Bridge. There was a great view out over the city from the bridge, there was also a fishing platform underneath which was pretty cool. We followed the path along the Western Foreshore through Hall Park for about 500 metres, we passed a floating fishing jetty which we had a walk around (feeling very unsteady) and also the King Carnival (which was a classic fairground). At the end of the path we were greeted by a huge War Memorial which had a stream ...

Perth to Mandurah

A travel blog entry by thejoiners on Jul 14, 2014

5 photos

... Dave caught up with people they had met on the road many years ago and Brian and I headed out to check out Mandurah. We passed through here just over 20 years ago and thought it was a very pretty place at the time, lots of water and canals around this town, apparently TWICE as much as the Sydney Harbour. We couldn't believe how much the suburban sprawl had spread, ...

The Maritime Museum

A travel blog entry by oberon on Jun 24, 2014

... area and well utilized. A visit to the Shipwrecks Galleries Museum was also well worth the visit, they have part of the bow of the ship Batavia on display, amazing wood preserved since it sank in the 1600s!!! There is so much history here about the Dutch explorers here even before Captain Cook set foot! A wonderful dinner with everyone at Zapata, a Mexican restaurant along the Cappuccino Strip. A great meal, great company and loads of ...

Enjoying Fremantle

A travel blog entry by c-in-oz on May 14, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... for a further week due to the non-arrival of our jockey stand. Just as well Steve rang to confirm the dispatch date of our jockey stand only to find out that it had yet to be dispatched in contradiction to what had been promised. Grrr. That really wasn’t what he said – we had to modify for censoring reasons.

A couple of times we had started out on a walk and ...