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Mandurah Dolphin and Scenic Canal Cruise
"The one hour Dolphin and Scenic Canal Cruise visits the world class Ocean Marina as well as the luxurious homes with no expense spared on the Venetian Canals.The shallow waterways are the perfect place for dolphins to feed rest and play. You may see them jumping from the water or sailing on the wake of the boat.See the world renowned RAMSAR listed Creery Wetlands with its abundance of birdlife all whilst enjoying informative commentary.On the 12noon and 1pm departures you have the option to enjoy a fish and chip lunch (own expense) on board whilst cruising as well as an additional half hour of cruising at no extra cost.Please note: Mandurah’s dolphins are wild creatures viewed in their natural environment and as such are not guaranteed to be seen."
From AUD28.00
 
Seal and Penguin Islands or Point Peron Sea Kayak Tour from Perth
"A 45-minute drive south from Perth is Shoalwater Marine Park; a beautiful bay with several limestone islands. Meet your fellow travelers for the day and receive all the equipment needed for your day of exploring. The first paddle is to Seal Island where you will see Australian Sea Lions. Under the conditions usually experienced (light easterly breeze) this section will take about 15-minutes. Your itinerary will then depend on what time of the year you are traveling.Point Peron (June - Mid then to Bird Island viewing nesting pelicans cormorants and spotting other sea birds that live in the park. Finally stop at Point Peron for a healthy picnic lunch prepared by your guides. After lunch set to explore Point Peron viewing some amazing rock formations and breathtaking natural beauty. Paddle back towards Penguin Island and finally back to the shore. Penguin Island (Mid September - May)Paddle approximately 30-minutes (1.2-miles/2-kilometers) to Penguin Is
From AUD179.00
 
Penguin Island Tour with Dolphin and Sea Lion Cruise
"Make your own way to Shoalwater located about a 45-minute drive from central Perth to meet your boat for the 90-minute cruise through Shoalwater Island Marine Park. As your boat sets out your guide locates some of the 200 bottlenose dolphins that live in these waters. Many are known to your guides and given names such as Logo Boomerang and Blizzard. Learn fascinating facts about dolphins such as how they use cooperative hunting methods to catch their food. You may see mothers looking after newborn calves or witness the acrobatic mammals jumping next to the boat and riding in take in scenic highlights of Shoalwater Bay as you cruise by Seal Island to see Australian sea lions up close and seabirds such as pelicans ospreys
From AUD85.00

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DOLPHIN QUAY

Dolphin Quay at the Mandurah Ocean Marina was quite a pleasant spot for afternoon tea. We followed a boardwalk across the water to where Dolphin Quay shops were located, a variety was on offer. We...
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Crabbing In The Estuary - Blue Swimmer Crabs

Mandurah with its estuary and the large Peel Inlet is famous for its blue swimmer crabs which can be caught easily usually during summer from late January to April. In the canals you can usually get a...
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Dolphin Quays, A Place To Visit

This is part of the new Mandurah Ocean Marina and is a large complex built out over the water containing a large indoor market with stalls selling a great variety of items from souvenirs to CD'S,...
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Boat Hire, Spend Time on Estuary & Canals

Mandurah is the place for anything on water or under water. To gain the most from your visit to Mandurah you should hire a boat for an hour or two, explore the estuary, visit the new harbour, the...
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Mandurah Performing Arts Centre

Opened in 1997, the beautiful Mandurah Performing Arts Centre hosts many traveling road shows. While I was there a few weeks ago, I saw a very touching Australian drama "The Shoehorn Sonata" about the...
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Mandurah Performing Arts Centre

Opened in 1997, the beautiful Mandurah Performing Arts Centre hosts many traveling road shows. While I was there a few weeks ago, I saw a very touching Australian drama "The Shoehorn Sonata" about the...
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Port Bouvard Marina

This marina is to the side of the "Dawesville Cut", the channel which joins the Peel Inlet to the Indian Ocean and is a favoured spot for people who wish to use their boat for deep sea fishing or...
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Leisure Boat Entering Indian Ocean

The Peel Region is a mecca for small family boats used for all types of water activity and the "Dawesville Cut" provides an easy entry to the Indian Ocean and its coastal reefs which provide good...
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Bridge Over "Dawesville Cut", Port Bouvard

When travelling over this bridge you get good views of the Peel Inlet on one side and the Indian Ocean on the other. Constructed approximately 20 years ago when the channel was constructed to link the...
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Seniors Fishing Platform, Dawesville Cut

The City of Mandurah provides fishing platforms for "Senior Citizens" as the huge boulders used for the channel embankement are very treacherous for those no longer as agile as they would like to be....
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School Holidays Fishing Dawesville Cut

The channel from the Indian Ocean to The Peel Inlet has created a bonanza for fishermen and during the July school holidays we visited Port Bouvard and witnessed many school kids enjoying fishing from...
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Port Bouvard Island Homes

The Island in the middle of the canals is the showpiece of the development and a new concept in Western Australia. Walk around the canals and you will be amazed by the beautiful homes being built. I...
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Dolphins At Port Bouvard

We took our cameras to the new upmarket housing development of Port Bouvard Island which is surrounded by man made canals which draw water from the "Dawesville Cut". It is very impressive and an...
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Port Bouvard Channel "Dawesville Cut"

Port Bouvard was developed after the Government decided to cut a channel through the land at Dawesville to enable the Indian Ocean to flow into the 100 square kilometre Pell Inlet creating a second...
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