If you love getting the perfect Insta-worthy shot, then follow the Mandurah Instagram Trail and look out for the larger-than-life, colourful and 3D art pieces along the Mandurah Foreshore and into Dolphin Quay. Don’t forget to tag @visitmandurah and #visitmandurah to share your snaps with us.
Location: East end of Mandurah Bridge, corner of Pinjarra Road and Mandurah Terrace
Definitely the safest and one of the most fun ways to pose with Mandurah’s famous blue swimmer crabs. This interactive street art was created by Australia’s most highly awarded pavement artist Jenny McCracken. Take a photo from the footprint for the best 3D effect.
Location: Tuckey Lane (Between 5 and 8 Mandurah Terrace)
Thanks to the community-run organisation Shape Mandurah, this laneway was transformed into a Mandurah Instagram hotspot. Don’t forget to get your photo taken here.
Location: Eastern Foreshore
Mandurah was known as Mandjoogoordap in Noongar language, which translates as ‘meeting place of the heart’. After European settlement, the name was adapted to Mandurah. No visit to Mandurah is complete without a photo in the aluminium heart sculpture which was designed by local artist Gary Aitken.
Location: In front of the Mandurah Visitor Centre, 75 Mandurah Terrace
A remarkable depiction of Mandurah’s abundant marine wildlife seen jumping out from the pavement. Take a pic from the right spot and share your pic of this masterpiece created by 3D pavement artist Jenny McCracken. Don’t forget to hashtag #visitmandurah
Location: Boardwalk, near Mandurah Boat & Bike Hire, Ormsby Terrace
Designed by local artist Gary Aitken in 2005, this aluminium sculpture encourages you to interact by framing your view.
Location: Between Ormsby Terrace and Keith Holmes Reserve
The colours that make up this colourful walkway have been chosen by locals, inspired by their connections to Mandurah. Artist Will Clark of Blank Walls has created the most vibrant of paths, linking Mandjar Square to Mandurah Ocean Marina in just 250 steps.
Location: Dolphin Quay, Zephyr Mews, Mandurah Ocean Marina
Get your photo with a giant western rock lobster, shark, bottlenose dolphins or blue swimmer crabs at Dolphin Quay. It’s a fun way to spend time while your food is being cooked.
Location: Dolphin Quay, corner Dolphin Drive and Spinnaker Quays
Did you know that an adult pelican may eat up to 1.8 kilograms of fish per day? Well, this one is particularly hungry and clearly doesn’t like to share! Get creative here and snap another fun pic.