Old photos of Mandurah, Western Australia

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History of city Mandurah, Western Australia in photos

A small historical reference

Geography: Mandurah - is the second-largest city in Western Australia, located approximately 72 kilometres (45 mi) south of the state capital, Perth.

The city attracts a large number of tourists, including many international visitors. The city centre foreshore is home to a variety of wildlife including dolphins, pelicans, shags, and an abundance of marine life including the blue manna crab which has become synonymous with the area. The city is also known for its protected waterways, beaches and boating and fishing activities.

Date of foundation: circa 1830s


Population: 83 294


Mandurah. Building the Capital Theatre
Building the Capital Theatre
Mandurah. Fishing in the estuary
Fishing in the estuary
Mandurah. Mandurah's First bridge, circa 1920's (built 1892)
Mandurah's First bridge, circa 1920's (built 1892)
Mandurah. Tuckey's House, circa 1920's
Tuckey's House, circa 1920's
Mandurah. Jetty at the Hotel Peninsula, 1919
Jetty at the Hotel Peninsula, 1919
Mandurah Bridge, 1925
Mandurah Bridge, 1925
Mandurah. On the jetty, 1928
On the jetty, 1928
Mandurah. View from the estuary bridge, 1924
View from the estuary bridge, 1924

Photos posted on the website in accordance with Article 7, paragraph 1 of the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works of 9 September 1886, the term of protection which is fifty years after the author's death.

After this period photos it becomes public domain. The participants of the Berne Convention are 167 States.

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