Discover incredible public art in Mandurah.
Mandurah's public artworks can be found along the Eastern Foreshore, down laneways and on the pavements and facades of buildings. See below some of the highlights of the Mandurah Art Trail and click here for more information. Don't forget to take a photo and hashtag #visitmandurah.
Blue Swimmer Crab
Located at the East end of Mandurah Bridge, this interactive 3D art painting was created by highly-awarded Australian pavement artist, Jenny McCracken. It is the safest and one of the most fun ways to pose with Mandurah's famous blue swimmer crab!
Floral Swing Mural
Thanks to the community-run organisation Shape Mandurah, Tuckey Lane (between 5 and 8 Manudrah Terrace) was transformed into a Mandurah Instagram hotspot thanks to an amazing Foral Swing Mural. It's a great place to have your photo taken!
Giant Deck Chair
Sit back and relax on Mandurah's Eastern Foreshore in this giant chair that was commissioned by Visit Mandurah and made by the Men's Shed Mandurah - a local not-for-profit organisation. Mandurah's famous Moreton Bay fig tree and the estuary create the perfect backdrop for an Instagram photo.
Mandurah is 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, found on the Mandurah Eastern Foreshore, which was designed by local artist Gary Aitken.
Marine Wildlife 3D Art Pavement Painting
Location: in front of Mandurah Visitor Centre, 75 Mandurah Terrace
In front of the Mandurah Visitor Centre (75 Mandurah Terrace) is another masterpiece created by 3D pavement artist Jenny McCracken. The painting remarkably depicts Mandurah's abundant marine wildlife, jumping out from the pavement in front of the Mandurah Visitor Centre.
Take a stroll along the boardwalk in front of the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre, and you'll find this sculpture by local artist Gary Aitken. This aluminium sculpture encourages you to interact by framing your view.
Seafood Nation - Giant Marine Wildlife
Get your photo with a giant western rock lobster, shark, bottlenose dolphins or blue swimmer crabs at Dolphin Quay, Mandurah Ocean Marina. A fun way to spend the time while your food is being cooked.
Pelican - 3D Art
Also at Dolphin Quay Marina, is this fun 3D painting of a hungry pelican! Get creative here and snap another fun pic.
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