Performing Arts, Music and Museums
Australian Sailing Museum
The Australian Sailing Museum is a tourist attraction for Local, National and International Visitors.The museum offers a unique and comprehensive display of models, the history of Australia sailing from the 1800s, marine art and architecture, wax figures of sailing icons and pennants.
The museum also houses the Peninsula Art Gallery, Boardwalk Cafe, Print shop and Rolly tasker Sails Australia.It features many interesting and interactive displays and offers a great day out for the sailing enthusiast, beginner or those who wish to experience an Australian first.
Hours: 9am-5pm daily
08 9534 7256
08 9534 7326
$10 Adults;$5 Concession & Child; $25 Family Day Pass; $25 Season Pass
Yes (ramp, toilets)
Boardwalk Cafe; Peninsula Art Gallery; Rolly Tasker Sails Australia
Guides ; Model making
Broad Community; Galleries and Museums; Sailing; Tourism; Scale Modelling
22 Ormsby Tce Mandurah WA 6210
Mandurah Community Museum
The Mandurah Community Museum seeks to serve it's community by being a leading local museum of social and urban history in the Western Australian environment. The Museum collection consists of artefacts and materials representing the history of People, Industry, Recreation and Environment within Mandurah and surrounding areas. The Local Studies Collection consists of photographs, documents, reports, oral histories and newspaper articles which are accessible to the public for research purposes.
Hours: Tue-Fri 10am-4pm; Sat-Sun 11am-3pm
08 9550 3680
Volunteers welcome to assist in the Museum. Please contact the Museum Development Officer for more information.
Galleries and Museums; Council Services; Special Libraries; Public Libraries; Local History; Historic Buildings; Historic Sites; Community Education; Education Resource Centres; Broad Community; Adults
3 Pinjarra Rd Mandurah WA 6210
PO Box 210, Mandurah WA 6210
Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
Mandurah Performing Arts Centre (MPAC) boasts a world-class venue second to none in Western Australia. It is home to the majestic Boardwalk Theatre, which has a seating capacity of 800, housing 550 people in the stalls and 250 in the magnificent dress circle. Other facilities of MPAC include the Fishtrap Theatre, a Dance Studio and the Serpentine Room.The inclusion of the Mandurah Art Gallery within the Centre adds an extra dimension to the cultural development of the Peel Region. The Gallery exhibits art works from local artists, schools, senior citizens and other touring exhibitions. Hours: Mon-Fri 8.30am-5pm; Sat 10am-4pm; Public Holidays: open only when performances scheduled.
08 9550 3900 (Box Office)
08 9550 3901
08 9550 3933 (Administration)
Yes (Access, toilets)
Volunteers welcome to assist with performances, costumes and backstage work
City of Mandurah
Broad Community; Galleries and Museums; Theatres; Entertainment; Event Organisation; Community Arts Centres; Conference Venues; Halls and Meeting Rooms; Council Services; Drama; Music; Visual Arts; Performing Arts; Public Telephones
Ormsby Terrace Mandurah WA 6210 Australia
PO Box 1049, Mandurah WA 6210