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Mandurah Performing Arts Centre


Please note we are closed until further notice due to the Corona Virus. Stay tuned for updates.

Mandurah Performing Arts Centre exists to celebrate and share arts and cultural experiences, to unite our community and make Mandurah a great place to live.

We host a range of performances, exhibitions, workshops and Professional Development opportunities for teachers and students. Please see our full 2020 program here.

The venue

Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
The Boardwalk, Ormsby Terrace,
Mandurah, Western Australia
Box Office (08) 9550 3900 Fax (08) 9550 3901

Box Office Opening Hours

Monday – Friday 9.00amto 5.00pm
Saturday 10.00am to 4.00pm
Sunday 12 noon to 4.00pm

Facilities available:

Boardwalk Theatre[/b]
The BOARDWALK THEATRE seats up to 800 patrons in comfort; 550 seats in the Stalls and 250 seats in the Dress Circle. The seating varies accordingly with the option of using the 30-musician orchestra pit. The design of the auditorium is such that all seats enjoy unrestricted views of the stage.

Fishtrap Theatre
The FISHTRAP THEATRE is a blackbox studio space, which contains raked, retractable seating with a capacity of 144 people. The Theatre is unique in that it has been designed to suit any occasion such as seminars, club functions, displays and receptions. The standard seating configuration allows the Theatre to be used for small recitals or plays, films, workshops or seminars.

Serpentine Room
The SERPENTINE ROOM is furnished with specially designed and crafted timber furniture made by artisans from the School of Fine Wood in Dwellingup. This is a prestigious executive meeting suite for up to 12 people and the boardroom style configuration makes it an excellent choice for professionals seeking an alternative to the office environment for special meetings, small workshops or interviews.

Dance Studio & Other Facilities
Other facilities within the Centre include a Dance Studio with a fully sprung tarquette floor, executive and standard meeting rooms, rehearsal and music rooms, artists' dressing rooms and retreat areas.

How to make a booking:

You can book each show directly with us through Shows For Schools. Just press the the booking button on the show page.

Call or email Education Officer, Amanda Parmenter on 9550 3915 or with your expressions of interest, any enquiries, performance selections and number of students attending.

Bookings can also been made by calling Marlene Cream 9550 3929 or
Full payment is due four weeks prior to the show and you will be contacted and an invoice sent at this time.

Payments can be made either by Direct Debit, Credit or Cheque.

For further information about the Education Program call Amanda Parmenter, Marketing Assistant - Education (08) 9550 3915 or email

For all other programs call Alison Pinder, Marketing Supervisor (08) 9550 3920 or email

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Disabled access and facilities are available at the centre. Please advise on booking if wheelchair seating required.

Audio Loop in the Boardwalk Theatre is available for patrons with hearing difficulities. Please advise on booking.

If you have any other access points that you would like to discuss, please advise!


Bus parking is available near the centre.


Food and drink is available in the immediate area around the centre.

Other attractions

Alcoa Mandurah Art Gallery:
The Alcoa Mandurah Art Gallery is located inside the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre.

Bus Subsidy Program:
The Mandurah Performing Arts Centre is committed to help teachers provide students with meaningful and purposeful arts experiences. This bus subsidy can fund up to 50% of a school’s bus costs, and has been funded by the ManPAC Patron’s program and provides financial support to cover transportation costs to attend ManPAC Making Waves program performances. For more information, email


Ormsby Terrace
Mandurah WA 6210

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