Discover Mandurah’s history at free Heritage Day

Chance Collard, Raquisha and Warlitch Karing, Harry Nannup, Cohen Grbavac and Buddy Wheelock are looking forward to Heritage Day.
Chance Collard, Raquisha and Warlitch Karing, Harry Nannup, Cohen Grbavac and Buddy Wheelock are looking forward to Heritage Day.

DISCOVER Mandurah’s rich heritage at the annual Mandurah Heritage Day celebrations on Saturday, November 21 from 10am to 3pm.

Heritage Day is a free family event providing the chance to rediscover the rich history of the region.

Hosted by Mandurah Community Museum and Mandurah Historical Society, Mandurah Heritage Day gives the community the chance to learn all about Mandurah’s early years, settlement and interesting heritage.

Fun and educational activities for the whole family will be spread across the Mandurah Community Museum, Hall Park and Dalrymple Park throughout the day.

Take the family and a picnic and enjoy live music, heritage tours, games, market and food stalls, vintage displays, a petting zoo and historical cruises with Mandurah Cruises.

Mayor Marina Vergone said Mandurah had an interesting Aboriginal, colonial and maritime history and the Heritage Day was a great opportunity for families to uncover and share the stories.

People are encouraged to dress up and join in the action.