Special Events in Mandurah
We Raised $1,205.45
Thank You to everyone that supported our Talk Like a Pirate Day event, we have raised $1,205.45 for the Talk Like a Pirate Childhood Cancer Support charity. A special thanks to the local businesses that donated prizes, Foreshore Fish & Chips, Simmos Ice Creamery and City of Mandurah who waived the event fees. Sorry to those that came early looking for the face painter and thanks to Mandurah Mermaids who sent someone down at the last minute after we booked for the wrong day! Thank you to 91.7 Wave FM for helping promote the event.
Gather friends and family and bring in the New Year with a double display of spectacular fireworks, live music, disco lights, roving entertainment, amusement rides and other kid's activities. There will be a free shuttle bus service every 20 minutes between the Mandurah Train Station and the Mandurah Visitor Centre at the Foreshore. Starts 6pm ends 12:01 am on 1st January 2019.
Come and experience the wonder of Christmas at the Mandurah Community Christmas Pageant, presented by ACTON Mandurah. Commencing at 6pm, the pageant will include a decorated float parade followed by live stage entertainment, an interactive nativity scene, workshops, Santa's Grotto, carols and spectacular fireworks at 8:30pm.
Located on the Eastern Foreshore.
Who said you can’t drink wine AND exercise? Have your wine and drink it too, we say! We bet you’ve never run a race quite like the Grapest 5k Run!
Experience a great evening with friends, with a little fitness & lots of fun. You will work up a thirst with the 5k or 10k run through Drakesbrook Winery. Then enjoy a cool down through the wine tasting waddle to re-energise yourself before some grape dancing with our live entertainment as the sun goes down.
This is a +18 event only
This means that NO-ONE under the age of 18 is allowed to be present at the after party, including but not limited to small children, babies, toddlers & school children. This is due to the consumption of alcohol.
Partners are more then welcome to come and spectate the run, however if you choose to stay on for the entertainment, you'll need to purchase a GIG ticket.
Check out their website for more details and pricing
The Australasian Games is a sporting event rotated throughout the different states and this year it's coming to Mandurah WA. Participants can use their event passport to receive a discount on The Pirate Ship and locals are encourage to come down and watch the action.
The Mandurah Children’s Festival is a FREE event for children of all ages to attend and participate in a safe and friendly environment. Come along to a fun family day out on the Mandurah foreshore.
Running from 10am to 3pm
Following the success and the number of Youth entrants in the 2018 competition, Jodie Davidson will again present practical instructions and ideas to plan and create a wearable art garment for the 2019 competition. The series of three workshops include: Workshop One: Concept, development and planning followed by working with found and freely sourced materials to create effects and patterns for your garment Workshop Two: Getting the pieces together. Begin constructing your garment including headpieces and accessories Workshop Three: Construction A wide range of materials will be provided, however, participants are encouraged to bring along any of their own materials if they wish to.
Event is 9am to 3pm Cost is free.
Soul food inspired degustation! Assault your senses and your soul whilst blindfolded. Bar opens 6pm First course at 7pm
6pm-9pm cost $50
Celebrating everything we love about winter, Mandurah’s family friendly winter themed festival, offers a wondrous ice skating experience, complete with falling ‘snow’ for a family fun day or night out!
Flic’s Kitchen Cabin Bar a warm and cosy space to treat yourself to an amazing bite to eat while sipping on some warming winter bevies.
Custom-made fire pits, keeping you warm on a perfect chilly winter night as you watch all the ice skating action.
Crab Fest is the largest free community event in Western Australia and will be held on 17 and 18 March attracting over 120,000 locals and visitors to the City of Mandurah. The event showcases the lifestyle, location, culture and talent that makes Mandurah so unique. Of course, Crab Fest would not be Crab Fest without a celebration of the native blue manna crab!
Fresh food, live music, performances, children’s entertainment, competitions, cooking demonstrations, celebrities, aquatic entertainment… the list goes on. If you want a taste of Mandurah this is the festival for you!
This festival is for crabs and people only - please leave your pets at home.