About Mandurah

Mandurah Old Bridge

Mandurah - so much to offer

The City of Mandurah is well-known for its magnificent waterways and pristine coastline to its approximately 50,000 residents. Residents enjoy an enviable climate and relaxed lifestyle, while the region boasts some of the most precious natural features in Western Australia.

The Raine & Horne Mandurah office is located on the Mandurah foreshore, a central location surrounded by waterways and prestige waterfront properties.

There is so much Mandurah can offer families, tourist, young and old. From our award winning cafes and restaurants, to arts and culture, history and heritage, action and adrenalin and family fun. 

With primary and secondary schools in abundance, Murdoch University and Challenger TAFE, the City of Mandurah also provides a diverse range of sport and recreation facilities; public halls, reserves and parks, libraries, shopping centres, cinema, cultural centre, hard courts, boat launching facilities, barbecue areas, trails, cycle ways and pathways, senior citizens centre, skateboard park and youth centre, Mandurah is the ideal location to either raise a family or enjoy a relaxing retirement by the water.

With all of this and so much more its no wonder Mandurah is the fastest growing regional city in WA.