The Atrium Hotel
Three Bedroom Loft Apartment
Large 2-storey apartment offers 2 bathrooms and separate lounge/dining areas with full kitchen facilities including stovetops. Please note that the price is based on 6 guests. Maximum occupancy is 7 (see Hotel Policies for cost of 7th guest).
Two Bedroom Apartment
This apartment has a balcony, toaster and kitchenette. Please note that the price is based on 4 guests. Maximum occupancy is 5 (see Hotel Policies for cost of the 5th guest) This Room type is located on the 3rd, 4th or 5th floors only.
Welcome to the Iconic Atrium Hotel Mandurah. We boast a heated indoor Swimming Pool, Spa, Saunas, Barista, Function Rooms, Fully Licensed Bar, Restaurant and Buffet! Illuminated by our economic natural skylights. Our guests love our newly refurbished rooms, Free WiFi & Parking, and sweeping balcony views.
Why the Kids will Love the Atrium Hotel
There's a lot of reasons to be excited about visiting the Atrium Hotel Mandurah!
For starters, we have set up a gaming room for kids (both big and small) which features arcade games, videogames, and books ! Make sure to bring some extra coins!
Our iconic indoor pool also features a shallow section to accommodate for the little ones. Avoid the sunburn this year and look after the families skin by swimming indoors.
We are also offering weekly giveaways to children who complete our coloring in competition.
The Cut Golf Course
A must-play for all golfing enthusiasts, The Cut is an internationally recognised links golf course with ocean views and premiere facilities available to both public golfers and private members.
Voted Western Australia’s best golf course in 2008/09 and regularly ranked in the country’s top 20 public access courses, and top 25 of all courses Australia-wide, The Cut offers an unforgettable way to develop your skills and socialise with like-minded golfers.
Dolphin quay is the heart of Mandurah and supplies various activities from the Performing Arts Centre, Reading Cinemas, Bars, Waterfront dining (including deserts at Simmos or San Churos, for those with a sweet tooth), King Carnival, and Mandurah Cruises Dolphin Tours; There is something for everyone, during day or night. We recommend that those staying nearby at the Atrium Hotel, take an evening walk to the Quay and enjoy the breeze that comes through late in the day, and the lively activity in the area that accompanies it.
Situated along the Quay, is the much-acclaimed Mandurah Foreshore, providing access to numerous events throughout the year, from drum circles, to the NYE fireworks, to the Sunday Markets, there is always something happening at the foreshore. Have a beer while enjoying the water views and local events, or for the more health & fitness inclined, have a coffee after your morning jog along the water. There is a children’s playground, public toilet & BBQ Facilities, and ample picnic spots to sit down and enjoy the sun.
Mandurah’s most underrated coffee spot! Stroll across the pedestrian footbridge and have some fish and chips in the sun while keeping an eye out for the perfect Instagram worthy dolphin photo – Many residents experience dolphins swimming within mere meters of their seated dining. Bars offering locally brewed ice cold beer, tapas and cocktails are rarely overcrowded or noisy as one may experience in a larger city, making Mandurah dining experiences something worth taking part in when you’ve had enough of the hustle and bustle of city dining. The prestigious Atrium Hotel Mandurah is located a mere 500 meters from The Marina, Dolphin Quay, and Mandurah Foreshore, making it an ideal strolling distance when driving or taking a taxi is undesired.
When the sun is scorching outside, dipping into some cold water starts to sound mighty appealing. Town Beach is located only 200m from the Atrium’s doorstep, and can prove a viable alternative to our heated indoor swimming pool, spa, and saunas for those who want to enjoy some salt, sand and sun. Town Beach is popular with Stand Up Paddleboarders due to the pleasant waters and appropriately sized waves.
Believe it or not, Dolphins also frequent our beach! So don’t be alarmed if you catch a fin in the water - It may be just be a curious dolphin.
Mandurah’s Canals are the ultimate sunset walk destination. Grab an ice cream in the warmer weather and enjoy the breeze that flows through the alleys with the kids. Ensure that you book your Christmas light cruises early as they prove very popular with tourists.
If canal walks aren’t your thing, pack your fishing gear and take a short stroll further towards the water, where you’ll find a popular fishing spot on the jetty.
Mandurah War Memorial
Mandurah War Memorial was designed by award-winning architects Hames Sharley and completed in 2005. The War Memorial is an iconic symbol honouring the enormous contribution of Australian servicemen and women and others who served, suffered or died in conflicts of war. It is a place of reflection and rest where people of all nationalities and beliefs can mourn the loss of loved ones during conflict or war.
Water flowing through the monument and into the estuary echoes the lapping of the tide at Anzac Cove. The pillars rising from the water recreates the physical journey and emotional tension of the soldiers who courageously stormed the beaches, and rose from the trenches to face the conflict that confronted them.
The east/west orientation of the Memorial is designed to capture the axis of the sun on ANZAC Day. At dawn, the rising sun lights up the columns and create a temporary guiding light to the highest peak of the memorial.
The Memorial is surrounded by a grove of New Zealand Christmas trees. When the red blossoms shed by the trees carpet the ground, this is a powerful reminder of the sacrifice of war. The Memorial also features rows of Rosemary which grows wild in the hills of Gallipoli. Plantings of olive trees symbolise peace.
Annual ceremonies held at the War Memorial represent the convergence of the living with the spirit of the fallen. In its use as a ceremonial space, the Memorial includes a list of the theatres of war in which Australian service men and women were involved, elevated platforms for flags, speakers, wreath laying and room for a 50 strong choir. At the centre of the War Memorial is a black stone plinth, set in water and surrounded by a concrete platform. This is used by the Catafalque Party to stand on during Memorial Services.
Mandurah Dolphin and Scenic Canal Cruise
Arrive at your boat in Mandurah to begin your one hour tour of the waterway. Take a scenic ride through the Ocean Marina to spot some incredible luxury homes before heading out to Peel Inlet and the estuary.
These shallow waters are the perfect place to view dolphins playing, eating, and resting in their natural habitat. Look upwards to spot some of the 130 bird species that also reside in the Creery Wetlands. Learn about all the wildlife in the area from your guide while enjoying the relaxing cruise.
Enjoy an extra half hour of cruising for the noon and 1pm departures with a stop at a local fish and chip shop—not included in the price of the tour.
New Mandurah Bridge
New Bridge Established at the end of 2017, replacing the iconic old bridge.
New Mandurah bridge has been nominated for many awards due to its unique design, lighting and beautiful pathways that the public enjoys. Additionally, the bridge features public jetty's for fishing.