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Mandurah Dolphin Tours

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Mandurah, Australia
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About Mandurah Dolphin Tours
Explore Mandurah on the Dolphin Shuttle! ​ Stop 1 – Mandurah Foreshore Enjoy a stroll along the beautiful Mandurah Foreshore, check out the great local art features, shops and bars or walk across the bridge to King Carnival and Just4Fun Aqua Park. Stop 2 – Mandjar Bay (Cicerello’s jetty) There are plenty of great dessert bars, cafes and restaurants for lunch and art gallery at Mandurah Performing Arts Centre. ​ Stop 3 – Dolphin Quay (Under the white footbridge) Check out the indoor markets, great swimming beaches, plus plenty of great cafes, restaurants and bars. Hop on and off all day for a one off fare! OTHER INFORMATION ​No drinks available on board – NO BYO (water and soft drink is fine) ​Vessel name: Libby Jay (22 Seater vessel) No wheelchair or walking frame access – must be able to manage 4 steps to board. No prams permitted.
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Heather P wrote a review Mar. 2020
England, United Kingdom167 contributions27 helpful votes
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Trip on a river cruise in Mandurah. The cruise lasts for 1 hour and there is s chance you will see dolphins. We saw them 3 times. The houses are also fantastic along here. Lovely relaxing hour listening to the commentary as you go. You can also pay extra for fish and chips 12 dollars to have in the boat. With your ticket you receive 10 per cent discount in gifts in the shop and also a buy one get one free churro which was delicious. It was a cold windy day so make sure you take a jacket with you just in case needed. You can get cold and hot drinks from the boat.Mandurah is also a nice place to walk round around. Lovely places to eat and nice shops to look around.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Chris W wrote a review Mar. 2020
Perth, Australia11 contributions1 helpful vote
Well this was a whole lot of fun on a Friday night !!! We have done it twice now learnt a few things first trip that we applied this time (lightweight wind proof jackets for those that get cold ! your out on open water people ..) and pre-prepared nibbles. We turned up a little early for the five o'clock departure, (to guarantee a good seat, 24 max on the upper deck). On our first visit we had thought they would burn us on the drinks price as the entry price was so reasonable, but no the drinks are also reasonably priced :) The boat does these 45 min loops (last one out at 8:00) out into various parts of the estuary including the canals where you can watch lifestyles of the rich and famous. You can get on or off at any time during the docking and you can bring your own picnic basket of cheese and nibbles (they provide complimentary nibbles as well BTW ) Some clever patron worked out that a famous fish and chip shop was nearly on the same jetty and ordered ahead and at the 7:00 berthing ducked out and came back with fish and chips for his group...(recon Uber eats would be the go here!). Lots of people got up and danced to the music that was playing. The bar staff get a bit overwhelmed by the revellers and the sheer volume of drinks orders occasionally, but they bounce back quickly. I Highly recommend it for a fun cheap (depends on your alcohol consumption but it start's out cheap! ) Friday night out on the water.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Collin and Susan wrote a review Jun. 2019
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The staff are helpful and the bookiong system is simple. The crew on the boat are pleasant and efficient. They provide interesting commentry and are proficient in handling the craft.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Response from CathyG1983, Manager at Mandurah Dolphin Tours
Responded 18 Jun. 2019
Hello Susan J, Thank you for your Trip Advisor review and for taking the time to cruise with us. It is pleasing to hear you had great time on your tour. We hope to see you again soon. Warm Regards, Mandurah Dolphin Tours
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Damo M wrote a review May 2019
96 contributions25 helpful votes
Nice cruise but didn’t see any dolphins, you don’t get very far. Strangely enough some people are seasick on the flat waters of Mandurah but it’s not even slightly rough
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Response from CathyG1983, Public Relations Manager at Mandurah Dolphin Tours
Responded 23 May 2019
Hello Damo M, Thank you for your review and understand you wish to see the dolhpins however currently we are operating a water shuttle service which cannot guarantee seeing the dolphins. Should you wish to view the dolphins please visit Mandurah Cruises as they have these tours available. Warm Regards, Mandurah Dolphin Tours
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margaret l wrote a review Apr. 2019
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Have taken several of these cruises and the one with a meal on board is definitely better value -- to stop for lunch at the hotel is a waste of cruising time. Always seen dolphins.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Response from CathyG1983, Public Relations Manager at Mandurah Dolphin Tours
Responded 5 May 2019
Hello margaret l, Thank you for your Trip Advisor review and for taking the time to cruise with us. It is great to hear you have always seen the dolphins whilst on board and hope to see you back on board again soon. Warm Regards, Mandurah Dolphin Tours
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