What’s on in Mandurah this Christmas

What’s on in Mandurah this Christmas 2020

Christmas Lights Cruises

Mandurah’s waterways will once again come to life with the spectacular Mandurah Canals Christmas Lights Displays from 1 December. Sing along to Christmas carol favourites and join in the Christmas cheer as you cruise through the wonderland of Christmas lights reflecting onto the water from Mandurah’s luxury canal homes. 

Every Night

One hour Christmas Lights Cruises depart every night until 3rd January at 7:30 pm & 8:45 pm. enjoy Free Christmas entertainment by caroling choirs, meet Santa and his elves at the departure jetty and join in best dressed and photo competitions.

Christmas Lights

This magical annual event sees Mandurah’s luxury canal homes decorated with millions of illuminated Christmas lights and amazing Christmas themed-displays. Expect traditional Christmas trees, Santas, snowmen, reindeer & sleds, twinkling stars and snow globes – plus the Aussie touch of dolphins & kangaroos in displays, opulent stairways, private jetties, watercrafts and joyful carols sung from the balconies.


Prices start from $35 for Adults and $20 for Children (3-12yrs). Children under 3yrs are free of charge.

Mandurah Christmas Lights Trail

Head to the city centre and find your way around the festive light installations across the Eastern Foreshore, through Mandjar Square, into Mandurah Marina from 4 December at 6 pm until 6 January at 10 pm. This year the decorations are bigger and better – with the emphasis on bigger. Santa will be sparkling on the foreshore and at 4.4m tall, you can’t miss him. He’ll be joined on the lights trail by a massive reindeer, bright bus and 10.5m tall tree, as well as a beautifully lit ship.


If you’re after pictures for your socials, check out the bauble, selfie star and be creative. There are so many cool shots you can take. Once you know the light is right, get snapping. Wish upon a (selfie) star at the Marina and work your way past the ship and towards the colorful Kombi near the cinema.

Stop and Relax

Stop for a drink or ice cream or keep going until you find the selfie wreath. We can also recommend the bauble on the Eastern Foreshore.

Flight in Mandurah

Step into the FLIGHT sea-container for a science-fiction journey that jolts audiences between this world and the next. It will be held from 4 December to 20 December and is not recommended for those who are claustrophobic. Await an experience in pitch black darkness,  that uses 360 degree sound and sensory effects to cast doubt on what is real and what is imagined. Without your vision, your other senses become heightened and vulnerable.There are many worlds in which this plane lands safely.

Cost: $22-25

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