Welcome to Mandurah, Western Australia – the beautiful home of Mandurah Cruises

Mandurah – the stunning location Mandurah Cruises is proud to call home – is Western Australia’s second-largest city, situated under an hour from Perth. Best known for its spectacular waterways, Mandurah offers a unique blend of canals, estuaries, rivers and oceans, all populated with stunning marine life.

This incredible location allows Mandurah Cruises to share with you firsthand, an unforgettable experience of natural beauty and wildlife. WA’s largest population of Bottlenose Dolphins are like part of our family in Mandurah. And our cruises allow guests to enjoy the region’s abundance of Blue Manna Crabs, plentiful fish and Western Rock Lobster crayfish.

The Peel-Harvey Estuary is also home to more than 130 different species of birds, including many rare migratory shorebirds. The Peel-Yalgroup Wetland is recognised as a site of international significance under the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands. Read more here.

A visit to Mandurah offers pristine beaches and a lively foreshore and marina filled with a multitude of dining and accommodation options.

A short journey inland and you can enjoy beautiful hills overlooking the town or try one of the nearby wineries.

To help plan your trip to Mandurah, Visit Mandurah has all the information you need.

Booking Office & Gift Shop

Our Booking Office and Gift Shop is located at 73 Mandurah Terrace, Mandurah, next to the Mandurah Visitor Centre and Cicerello’s on the Mandurah Boardwalk. Click for Location Map

Departure Jetty

The majority of trips with Mandurah Cruises depart from our floating jetty in front of the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre, on the Mandurah Boardwalk. Please check your booking confirmation as our seafood cruises and some other cruises depart from other locations in the Mandurah.

Travelling from Perth

By Train – 50 minutes

Trains depart from Perth Underground stations approximately every 20 minutes, then a Transperth bus service operates from the Mandurah Train Station to the foreshore, taking 10 minutes and stopping directly in front of the Mandurah Cruises’ Booking Office.

You can catch one of two Transperth buses operating this service from the Train Station, on a loop via the Mandurah Forum to the Mandurah foreshore. Look for Bus no. 588, which does the loop clockwise and Bus no. 589 which travels anti-clockwise.

For more information on bus and train services, click here to visit the Transperth website.


Seniors travel FREE with Transperth between 9am and 3pm every weekday and anytime on weekends.

For more information on bus and train services, click here to visit the Transperth website.

By Car or Coach – 55 minutes

Mandurah is less than an hour south of Perth. Click this link for directions or follows these steps:

  • Head south from Perth City on the Kwinana Freeway.
  • Take the signed ‘Mandurah Exit’ onto Mandjoogoordap Drive, then travel straight through the roundabout with the big silver ‘Crab Scoop’.
  • Turn right at the first set of traffic lights next to the train station, onto Allnutt Street which will take you through to Mandurah Terrace.
  • Turn left onto Mandurah Terrace, which will take you straight to the foreshore and our location.


  • Free and time-limited parking is available in Mandurah.
  • Caravan/coach parking is available at the rear of the Mandurah Visitor Centre, directly adjacent to us.