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6 Newborn Dolphins in Mandurah

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The calving season has well and truly started here in Mandurah with 6 newborn calves sighted over the last two months. The first calf was spotted in early January, the mum being ‘Christmas’ who is often seen in town.

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Friday’s Floating Bar Cruise

Floating Bar Cruise

Every Friday Night – ONLY $5 Entry! Hop on board for one 45min loop or stay until the bar closes at 9pm. Purchase beverages from our fully licenced bar on board, enjoy complimentary bar snacks, an ever-changing backdrop of Mandurah’s picturesque waterways, great music,

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Meet Mandurah’s 2nd Newborn for 2018

Mandurah Dolphins

Meet our second dolphin for the season – ‘DC’. Mandurah Dolphin Research Project and Mandurah Dolphin Rescue Group announced the name of the youngster. “DC is named after Doug Coughran, a long serving senior wildlife officer (now retired) with the government. Doug has attended, responded to, and advised on Mandurah dolphin strandings and entanglements for decades. …

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Mandurah Cruises Go Plastic Free

Plastic Free July!

Mandurah Cruises have gone PLASTIC FREE and encourage you to get on board a plastic free lifestyle to help keep it out of the ocean and create a safer environment for our dolphins and other wildlife. We are refusing single use plastics by changing to recycled paper bags and calico bags in our gift shop, …

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New Additions To Mandurah’s Dolphin Population!

The 5th week of January was a beautiful summer’s week with temperatures in the low 30s.  The dolphins were sighted every day along our cruise route and joined us on many occasions for a ride.  A few new additions to Mandurah’s dolphin population were sighted this week!  That’s right, new babies (calves)!  They were sighted …

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Dolphins show off their catch!

The dolphins were out and about every day in the 3rd week of January.  On most occasions they were sighted feeding which is a good sign of how healthy our waterways are; proving them with plenty of fish and other sea food to eat.  On a number of occasions whilst feeding they were sighted throwing …

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