The Top Three Parks in Mandurah - where would you rate as the next, top two parks?

Mandurah is not only a beautiful place to live with fantastic waterways and natural surrounds, it also has a large number of parks - some of which are especially geared towards kids. Everything Mandurah has compiled a list of the top three parks in Mandurah but we would like to know where would be your next, top two parks?


The Eastern Foreshore is one of the most popular areas in Mandurah for families to take their children to play on the play equipment. As you can see from the photo of the playground area on the Eastern Foreshore, the playground is a popular spot to take the kids during the school holidays! The Eastern Foreshore is also within a close vicinity to the hub of Mandurah so it is a great choice for those who wish to make a day of it in Mandurah!

 Eastern Foreshore playground.

Eastern Foreshore playground.


Caterpillar Park or Milgar Reserve is situated on the corner of Park Road and Milgar Street in central Mandurah, is a fantastic park for the kids. There is a large playground that is full of interesting, colourful play equipment. There are plenty of shelters and BBQ's as well as ample car parking.

The key for the Liberty Swing can be arranged through the Mandurah Visitors Centre. This one is a hidden gem!

 Caterpillar Park

Caterpillar Park


Built in a limestone Quarry Quarry Adventure Park is situated at the corner of Pebble Beach Boulevard and Souther Hill Pass, Meadow Springs. Like Caterpillar Park, Quarry Park has lots of fun playground equipment including a massive slide and climbing ropes. One of the coolest features of  the park is a filtered water station next to the BBQ's.

The park also has pathways, viewing platforms, a toddler’s playground and an adventure playground - something for all ages to enjoy!