Descriptive Essay About Mandurah

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Touring Mandurah, Bunbury and Busselton

At the entrance to the Peel Inlet is Mandurah and it offers such wonderful activities as sunbathing on the beautiful beaches, swimming and fishing. This is also the gateway to the Australian South West.

Mandurah has always been known as a great place to have a holiday and a lovely place to live for lots of Western Australians. The town has an ideal location close enough to the capital of Western Australia Perth to enjoy the bustling city life and far enough to live among the wonders of nature. All around Mandurah are clean, clear waters for surfing, crabbing, dolphin watching, boating, swimming, fishing and even world-class golfing. This town counts as the fastest growing regional town in Western Australia.

The town center is situated around Mandjar Bay and it has a broad esplanade that is lined with restaurants and cafes. There are facilities for picnics and barbeques while people enjoy the environment. If you like you can go crabbing from the town jetty. Dolphins can be seen from the shore and they come swimming right into the bay. Mandurah has a rich arts and festival culture and street performances can be seen on the main foreshore in the summertime.

The town of Mandurah sits on the double-armed inlet of Harvey Estuary and the Peel Inlet, fed by the Serpentine, Murray, Harvey and Dandalup Rivers. A large man-made engineering feat, the Dawesville Cut was created so that development didn’t cause environmental problems. It lets
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