Directions for Shalom Holiday
The drive from Perth to Mandurah takes less than an hour.
The high-speed option is via the Kwinana Freeway, taking the new, efficient entrance road into Mandurah: Mandjoogoordap Drive. The freeway exit is well sign-posted, and this will connect you through to Mandurah Road, and into the centre of the city.
Alternatively, you could choose the more leisurely inland scenic route, travelling the South Western Highway alongside the Darling Range. Approaching from the south, the Old Coast Road connects to Forrest Highway and links directly to Mandurah.
Pronounced ‘Mand-joo-GOOR-dap’, and meaning ‘meeting place of the heart’, the new road’s name comes from the Indigenous Noongar people.
Transperth’s Mandurah Line provides a regular fast train service between Perth and Mandurah, leaving from the Underground and Esplanade stations in Perth city, and calling at nine stations along the way.
Travel from Perth to Mandurah takes around 48 minutes in sleek, air-conditioned trains, which depart every 10 minutes in peak periods.
Transperth bus services run from the transit station to the Mandurah foreshore at regular intervals throughout the day.
For more details, call Transperth’s InfoLine on 13 62 13 or visit www.transperth.wa.gov.au
The Perth Airport Shuttle operates reliable bus services to Perth and Fremantle.
Undercover taxi ranks are located on the ground floor of both the International Terminal (T1) and the Domestic Terminals (T2 & T3).
Rental cars can be reserved on arrival, with services offered directly from the International Terminal (T1) and the Domestic Terminals (T2 & T3). For more details, call Perth Airport on (08) 9478 8888 or visit www.perthairport.net.au
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