Experience the best of Western Australia’s incredible natural environment with Mandurah Cruises.

There’s a cruise for everyone, exploring Mandurah's vast, calm, inland waterways and Indian Ocean...

Encounter Western Australia’s best dolphin population on their DOLPHIN & SCENIC MARINE CRUISE which offers guests the opportunity to encounter playful wild dolphins in their natural environment, see Blue Swimmer Crabs and Western Rock Lobster up close, cruise through Mandurah's luxury canals, view the regions vast wetlands and their abundant bird life and more.

Explore Mandurah’s inland waterways and serene Murray River on their MURRAY RIVER LUNCH CRUISE. This relaxing half day cruise includes a delicious buffet style lunch on board, visit to the Coopers Mill heritage Island site and the opportunity see the regions incredible flora and fauna.

Experience the magic of Christmas aboard a CHRISTMAS LIGHTS CRUISES. Sing along to Christmas Carol favourites and join in the Christmas cheer as you cruise through the magical wonderland of Christmas lights from Mandurah’s luxury canal homes. Cruising every night in December through to mid-January!

Check out their great foodie experiences too... Choose from a Saturday evening SUNSET TAPAS CRUISE which includes a 1.5 hour cruise set against a beautiful golden sunset, followed by all you can eat tapas at Catch 22 Tapas & Cocktail Lounge, or lovely afternoon on the HIGH TEA CRUISE which entails a relaxing 2 hour cruise through Mandurah’s luxurious canals and picturesque inland waterways, while enjoying a scrumptious high tea, or luxury WILD SEAFOOD EXPERIENCE where they will take you crayfishing in the Indian Ocean before enjoying a delicious seafood banquet on board, featuring the fresh catch and other local seafood paired with unlimited wines, beers and soft drinks.

NEW at Mandurah Cruises they also have waterbike and BBQ Boat hire.

Did you know?
Mandurah has a population of ~120 resident dolphins with hundreds more along the coast. Mandurah Cruises is a proud sponsor of Murdoch University's Mandurah Dolphin Research Project and the Mandurah Dolphin Rescue Group. The region’s vast wetlands are Ramsar listed (declared by the UN as a natural site of worldwide importance) and are an important site for rare North Asian migratory birds (October to March) as well as resident birds including pelican, ospreys, cormorants and more. Mandurah Cruises is a proud sponsor of the Shorebird Count and numerous projects to protect our wetlands and bird life that inhabit them.

73 Mandurah Terrace
Mandurah WA 6210