Many small stalls inside a new indoor market.
A small jazz band provides a happy atmosphere at weekends.
What to buy: Lots of local crafts, hand made clothes and gifts.
What to pay: Many small gift items available for a few dollars.
Beautiful hand made clothes at very reasonable prices.
Silver jewellry, $20+
I love this shop!
It's full of delightful trinkets costing from a few to a few hundred dollars. Loads of semiprecious gemstones and silver, beautiful little ornaments from Asia.
The ceiling is covered with mobiles and suncatchers. There is a large variety of insence and essential oils etc, and of course lots of angel ornaments.
As well as that it's a cafe! Good coffee and a (very) small menu of light meals and cakes
What to pay: As much or as little as you like.
Art gallery of work of local artists including textiles and ceramics as well as paintings.
Well worth a look around even if you have no intention of buying.
What to pay: Mostly about $100au and up., but some less expensive items eg unframed prints/paintings.
This is a shop dedicated to fairies and fairy like things.
It has many cheap items suitable for children, as well as beautiful fairy dresses and exquisite ornaments. Very pretty to look around for little girls (and big girls) who like fairies.
This is a great place for all the family. You can shop for a present, buy yourself somthing to wear, get a haircut of have something to eat, while watching all the lovely & very expensive boats.
What to buy: There is a lovely gift shop called The Beach House just as you go in the entrance that has a huge selection of unusual ideas for presents. They have loads of candles & holders, vases, statues, jewellery & all are good value.
What to pay: Very well priced gifts from a couple of dollars up to 100's.
Walk Mandurah Mall and find all types of shops, then walk down to the inlet for a peaceful lunch spot.