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Eat , Play, Shop and Stay.

Than Mandurah Boardwalk is the heart of Mandurah with the boardwalk wrapping around Mandjar Bay.

Enjoy the day, start off with breakfast at the Dome, visit Chocolateria San Chur, and buy some of the most delicious chocolates you have ever tasted. Wonder into Mandurah Cruises and pick up a souvenir or special gift then book a fabulous scenic dolphin canal cruise.

It's never too early for a hand crafted melt in your mouth Simmo's ice cream while you look over the tranquil Mandurah waterways. Then it's time for lunch, choose some beautiful fresh made fish and chips from Cicerellos or some fabulous Asian fare from the clever Hans Café chef.

More fun and relaxation with a movie at Reading Cinemas or maybe a Broadway musical at the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre.
Time to relax more, pull up a seat in the alfresco area of M on then Point for an ice cold drink while you watch all the activity on the water. Time for dinner, try the Stage Door for a succulent steak and when it's time to crash, The Sebel awaits with luxury accommodation looking over the Bay.

Next morning, stretch those legs with a ride on the boardwalk or discover Mandurah further and catch a crab from a boardwalk hire boat from Mandurah Boat and Cycle Hire.

Before you go home, pick up some more discovery information from the Mandurah Visitor Centre then stroll over to the Australian Sailing Museum. This place must not be missed. It is full of Americas Cup history; model boats, full size seafaring models, artworks and they have a café for coffee, delicious cakes or a decadent lunch.

EAT, PLAY, SHOP & STAY. So much to do and see on the Boardwalk whilst you enjoy the beautiful Mandjar Bay, boating, birdlife and dolphins. WWW.MANDDURAHBOARDWALK.COM.AU

About Mandurah

"A Must See Destination"

The first European settlement was established by Thomas Peel in the 1930's. The first industry in Mandurah was a fishing industry and fruit growing which saw the creation of fish smoking and preserving works along the estuary foreshores.

There was a big presence of the local indigenous people, the Binjareb of the Bibbulmun Nation.

They then called Mandurah, Mandjoogoordap which translates to "meeting place of the heart".

The Binjareb group gathered in Mandjar Bay and traded fish and fruit which was in abundance. There is an interesting and rich culture that was established from early day settlers and the original land custodians which you can hear about on a heritage walk or a heritage cruise.

Since those days because of the beautiful beaches, three rivers and a massive Peel Inlet (named after Thomas Peel) which is nearly three times the size of Sydney Harbour, tourism has flourished. There is so much to do and see from the largest collection of Thrombolites in the Southern Hemisphere, exotic and migratory birdlife, great beaches, trendy eateries, fantastic boating, specialty shops, markets and a range of budget to high end quality accommodation.

Mandurah is famous for a number of things including catching the Blue Swimmer Crab, fishing for a large variety of quality eating species, and the friendly dolphins, a true spectacle watching their antics from boat or the Mandurah Boardwalk.

Mandurah is a "must see destination", one of the most beautiful resort towns in the world.


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