About us

We’re located less than 1 hour south of Perth, Western Australia, in the dolphin city of Mandurah. Our multi-award winning cruises are Mandurah’s number 1 tourist attraction.

Our values


The company has been operating for 10 years, with the current four partners who have owned Mandurah Cruises for the last year. We have 85 years combined experience in commerce & marine tourism, so we’ve developed the offering while retaining excellent service standards: we were recently accredited TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, with a 4.5/5 average rating, and are certified as ChinaReady.

Respect nature

We’re locals whose passion is to showcase the marine adventures Mandurah offers. To help understand and protect our wildlife this, we also sponsor Murdoch University’s Cetacean Research Unit, fundraise for Mandurah Dolphin Rescue Group, and have ECO accreditation for our company.


We understand the trust you place in us for great nature experiences, so we focus on the details. Safety, compliance with environmental regulation, and delivering great experiences, daily, are our priorities. We operate under licence from Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, in accordance with Australian Maritime Safety Authority regulations, and spend thousands annually training our staff.

The pier with several vessels landing

Mandurah, Western Australia

One of the most beautiful sea side resort city’s in Australia and Western Australia’s 2nd largest city, Mandurah is best known for its spectacular waterways which are at its heart – both geographically and spiritually. Here you’ll discover natural beauty, abundant wildlife including bottlenose dolphins, blue manna crabs and pelicans, pristine beaches, lively foreshore areas, internationally recognised wetlands teeming with over 130 different species of birds, world class marinas, restaurants/cafes and accommodation overlooking sparkling blue waters, wineries, museums, galleries, plenty of recreational / entertainment attractions, seasonal events and festivals.