Enjoy Fresh Local Seafood

Mandurah has a 100-year history as a seafood centre in Western Australia. It is home to an abundance of crabs, lobsters, crayfish and many other mouth-watering delicacies.

Enjoy fresh local Seafood

Enjoy Local Seafood
at its best

Mandurah has a 100-year history as a seafood centre in Western Australia. It is home to an abundance of crabs, lobsters, crayfish and many other mouth-watering delicacies.

Here’s where you can enjoy fresh Mandurah seafood.

Mandurah Cruises Wild Seafood Experience

Nothing tastes better than fresh seafood – especially when you catch it yourself and someone cooks it for you! Enjoy an unforgettable Wild Seafood Experience which is a seafood lunch cruise with a difference. Catch, learn, indulge and enjoy Western Rock Lobster (or ‘crayfish’, as it is commonly known in Australia). Book your seafood adventure with Mandurah Cruises at 73 Mandurah Terrace.

Flics Kitchen

Flics Kitchen is a purveyor of pushing the boundaries using unusual ingredients and bringing excitement into the Mandurah restaurant scene. Cured and torched Mandurah Mullet or Blue Manna Crab Croquettes are just some of the great local seafood options on their menu. You’ll find Flics Kitchen at 3/16 Mandurah Terrace.

Redmanna Waterfront Restaurant

Being Mandurah’s most awarded restaurant, Redmanna is known for its local seafood including blue manna crabs, crayfish, prawns, scallops, WA line caught red emperor and prime cut Stirling Ranges beef. Check out their delicious menu and beverage list at 5/9 Mandurah Terrace.

Samudera Artisan Food & Bakehouse

Passionate about local Mandurah seafood, Samudera Artisan Food & Bakehouse are working with a fifth generation Mandurah fishing family to bring locally caught fresh Mandurah seafood to their extensive lunch and dinner menu. Everything at Samudera is made fresh every day. Come and indulge your taste buds at Samudera at 29 Mandurah Terrace.

Wattsies Place

If you’re looking for fresh, sustainable, locally caught seafood to cook yourself, Wattsies Place is the place to go. Fishing in Mandurah since early 1890’s began with Alfred Loton Watts and wife Ester Watts (Nee Morfitt). Wattsies Place began trading approximately 46 years ago under a tree in the front yard of John & Diane’s house, since then the business has grown and prospered as Mandurah’s reputation for fresh seafood has spread. Visit Wattsies Place at 2299 Old Coast Road or pre-order via phone or email.

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