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Great place to drop into, with or without a boat!
A good variety of restaurants, although some are overly expensive.
If you wander around first you will find nice food, that's reasonably priced.
Worth a visit!
It was a most delightful drive from Perth to Mandurah. We got there just in time for lunch. As it was a week day, things were pretty quiet. We had a lovely stroll around the boardwalk. It's was fine for strollers and walkers. We saw...More
Very nice walking around trying out the different restaurants on a sunny day but when it's raining best to stay home rugged up.
Well worth strolling down and around the area, boat trips look inviting and it seems this is where everyone heads to eat...More
Dolphin Quay has lots of restaurants. It is split into two areas. The restaurants at Palladio and around the Marina. You can get anything from Thai at Jasmine Thai which is excellent to fish at Sharkey's which have specials most nights. Beautiful during the day...More
We stayed here for a recent overnight trip and had Saturday evening at the quey.
The choice of restaurants seems to be lacking, fish or tapas was readily available and also an American burger bar that looked underwhelming at best.
The location is beautiful and...More
Is there a free shuttle bus from Mandurah train station to Dolphins Quay Harbour as I read there was but not sure if service is still in operation
. Hopefully anyone kind to advise or confirm this information. Thank you!😊
9 May 2016|
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Response from Jack C | Reviewed this property |
hi catch a bus to the foreshore .then walk its not far everybody knows where it is