Dolphin Quay Mandurah

Dolphin Quay Mandurah

On your next visit to Mandurah, be sure to stop by at Dolphin Quay. A sort-of “mini” Hillarys Boat Harbour, this spot on Manduarh Ocean Marina has cafes, markets and more to explore.

Many of the cafes, licensed restaurants, and parks have water views, making Dolphin Quay a lovely spot to meet friends and family.

Dolphin Quays Mandurah

The indoor market is smaller than I remember, with Sharky’s Fish n chips now taking up some of the area. You’ll find a variety of small shops selling collectables, souvenirs, artificial flowers, plants, hats, shoes, soaps, wall hangings, art and giftware.

Dolphin Quay Mandurah

You may find a little something for your home.

Dolphin Quay Mandurah

Around the outside of the building, in the leafy mall, there are shops to browse, including a Christmas shop, beauty, lolly shop and more.

A variety of coffee shops and casual restaurants, include Cafe Moka, Lily Paris French Café & Pâtisserie, Harvey Grinds, Sharkys Fish and Chips, Asian Delites which is BYO and Maneki Japanese Restaurant.

From Dolphin Quay, walk over the pedestrian bridge to the Keith Holmes Reserve park, and The Lido beach.

Here there are tonees of trees,picnic shelters and BBQ’s. The playground, large grassed area and shady picnic tables make it a great spot for a group gathering.

The small beach is within the protected water of the marina, making it calm for the kiddies (or big kids!) to have a swim.

Dolphin Quays Mandurah

It’s an easy 10 minute walk to the Mandurah estuary foreshore and Visitor Centre from here. Mandurah is a perfect sunny day destination.

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Amanda Carlin has her own food and travel blog. Established in 2013, through "Simply PERTHfect", Amanda loves getting out and about in Perth and WA. She enjoys brunching, lunching or something a little fancy in equal measures. With her parents in tow, Amanda always has plenty of senior-friendly eating options to recommend. Be sure to check out Simply PERTHfect.

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  1. […] At Dolphin Quay Markets there’s a variety of small shops selling collectables, artificial flowers, hats, shoes, soaps, wall hangings and pictures and lots of giftware. It’s a great place to explore and you might find that little something for your home. Read more in the Seniorocity review. […]

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