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Record Breaking Wishing Well Result!

Christmas is all about giving and the generosity of our passengers was incredible in donating to the Rotary Club of Mandurah Wishing Well during the festive season. A record breaking total of over $21,000 was raised! Thank you to everyone who donated and we hope your wish comes true! All funds will be distributed to local charities in need.

Rotary Club community service director Martin Robinson said he’d like to thank everyone who contributed, especially Mandurah Cruises staff and passengers who stopped at the Wishing Well during every Christmas Lights Cruise.

He encouraged local charities and community groups to apply for funding through the Rotary Wishing Well fund: applications opened on February 1 and close March 31.

They are looking for stand-alone projects for under-resourced groups in the Mandurah area, delivered by local non-for-profit organisations.

They accept one proposal per group per year, with grants between $500 and $2000 available.

To see who and how the wishing well funds have helped over the years CLICK HERE.

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Mandurah’s Dolphins

Mandurah has a healthy population of Bottle Nose Dolphins (tusiops truncatus) that is estimated to number up to 75 individuals, depending on the time of year. The number increases around mating times when males come in and join the pods. The pods of dolphins average around 10-15 and have sometimes been seen to be as large as 25 down to solitary dolphins or smaller family groups of 3-4.

Their average length is about 3 metres, with calves being about 1 metre long at birth. We normally see baby dolphins appear between December and April. Mandurah's wild dolphins are medium grey in colour with light flanks and pale bellies. They can live up to 30 years and can swim in short bursts up to 40km/h and they love to play in our ferries bow waves and wash. As a matter of fact dolphins are the only other mammals apart from humans that continue to play well into their adult life. And Mandurah's wild dolphins are very playful!

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