Romantic Getaway Ideas : 48 hours in Mandurah & Peel (Day 2)

Couples Getaway Ideas: 48 hours in Mandurah & Peel (Part 2)

Day 2 of your Mandurah experience…

Welcome to part two of our couples getaway ideas – a Romantic 48 hours in Mandurah, one of Western Australia’s most unique holiday towns.

Mandurah offers the perfect getaway for you and your loved one. Relax and find yourselves again with a romantic getaway in Mandurah.

(Part 1 if you missed the first 24-hours)


Start the new day with a refreshing breakfast, perhaps at the Ocean Marina. There are a number of fantastic cafés to enjoy a beautiful breakkie by the water.


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MOKA, located at Dolphin Quay, is a place where you find mouth-watering meals and great coffee, service and magnificent water views.

Location: 2 Dolphin Drive, Mandurah

D’lights Café

Right on the water, D’Lights Café offer Breakfast, Lunch and coffee. Generous sized meals, great tasting food and great service.

Location: Zephyr Mews, Mandurah

DPM Café

The café is known for great coffee and tasty baked goods.

Every Friday at DPM is donut day, with the café offering a range of unique creations, including passion fruit cheesecake with marshmallow fluff. Worth a visit, especially if you have a sweet tooth.

Location: 4/14 Mandurah Terrace, Mandurah

Late morning to afternoon

Art Trail Walks

There are several public art trails you can follow in Mandurah, including in the city and around the Marina, detailed below.

City Trail

This public art trail will take you on a journey through the city centre of Mandurah, along the Eastern Foreshore and the pedestrian area.

The trail is a 1.5 km walk, beginning at the Mandurah Visitor Centre and ending at Mandurah’s Eastern Foreshore. There are 15 works of art to see.

Marina Trail

Journey along the famous Venetian style canals of Mandurah and across the Ocean Marina.

A 4.5 km return walk, with 18 artworks to see.

Begin at the Mandurah Visitor Centre and finish up at the Contemporary Art Spaces Mandurah (CASM).

Local Art Galleries

You can also visit the local Art Galleries, including artist Emma Blyth’s Gallery and Christian Fletcher photo image gallery

Location: 9 Smart Street, Mandurah


Len Howard Conservation Park

Credit: callum_taylorr – Len Howard Conservation Park.

This beautiful wetland area located in Erskine, Mandurah features beautiful nature walking trails along the estuary and opportunities to spot unique bird life. The trail also features spectacular floral blooms in the spring months.

There is also a wetland connected to the reserve with walk trails around. You’ll come across great grassed areas for relaxing and picnicking.

Location: Len Howard Drive, Erskine


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Situated less than half an hour’s drive south of Mandurah, at Lake Clifton in the Yalgorup National Park. The thrombolite reef is the largest in the Southern Hemisphere – discover some of the oldest living rock-like structures found anywhere on Earth.

Location: Mount John Road, Herron

Pinjarra Bakery

Grab some delightful baked goods from Pinjarra Bakery & Patisserie for the trip home, or stay and enjoy a few hours here.

Location: 2 Peel St, Pinjarra

Millbrook Winery

Finish your 48-hour getaway with a stop in Jarrahdale for lunch and wine tasting at Millbrook Winery.

Millbrook Winery is an award-winning property and restaurant, only a 40 minute drive from Mandurah. Millbrook Winery focuses on providing a fresh and local experience with the kitchen growing their own fruit and vegetables on the property.

Location: Old Chestnut Lane, Jarrahdale

We hope we’ve been able to inspire you to enjoy the beautiful Peel region for 48-hours, these of course are suggestions only, we encourage you to explore more things to see or do at VisitPeel.com.au

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