16 ‑ 17 March

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Our Crab Fest 'Wild Seafood Experience Cruise' and 'Aboriginal Culture Cruise' are not to be missed!

March 17 ‑ 18

Access for All Abilities

FREE Shuttle Service supported by Mandurah Forum

10am - 10pm Sat 17 March and 10am - 7pm Sunday 18 March

Shuttle service to run every 20 minutes from the Mandurah Train Station, John Tonkin Oval, and the Crab Fest stop on Ormsby Terrace.

An accessible shuttle bus will run every 40 minutes.

FREE PARKING at John Tonkin Oval.

Or jump on the branded Mandurah Forum bus at either the train station or Ormsby Terrace to check out the new centre!

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Road and Water Closures

All you need to know about road and water closures, and parking locations

Swap the Car for the Bike

Ride your bike to Crab Fest and park it in one of the two designated bike parking locations between 9am - 5pm..

Location 1: Reading Cinema car park

Location 2: Gloria Jeans car park

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Bike to Crab Fest

Swap the car for the bike this Crab Fest!

Accessibility

Pick up / Drop off Zone - drop off the family before finding your car park to make the trip more enjoyable for everyone. The pick up / drop off zone will be located in the car park behind the Visitors Centre (off the Hackett Street roundabout from Mandurah Terrace).

Sensory Rest Stop - if you're feeling down when you're caught in the crowd, visit the sensory rest stop next to Simmo's in Admin Bay. Here you will find weighted blankets, noise cancelling headphones, sensory toys and a quiet place to relax.

Auslan Interpreter - the Children's Stage will have an Auslan interpreter all weekend!

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3 Peel St, Mandurah WA 6210
eventsteam@mandurah.wa.gov.au
P: (08) 9550 3840
F: (08) 9550 3888

All contents copyright

© City of Mandurah

All rights reserved.