Begin Day 2 with a visit to the helpful staff at at the Visitor Centre at 75 Mandurah Terrace, here they can help you with maps, bookings and provide local knowledge. A relaxing way to explore the 134km² of vast, calm, inland waterways is on a guided tour. Mandurah Cruises offer a range of cruises from luxury Wild Seafood Experiences where you catch your own seafood before enjoying a delicious lunch on board, through to daily Dolphin & Scenic Marine Cruises to experience playful wild dolphins. If you have kids, The Pirate Ship Mandurah offers tours through inland waterways and canals on board a custom-built pirate ship. Steer the pirate wheel, ring the bell, or sit back and enjoy the scenery. Another great and unique way to enjoy Mandurah’s waterways is on board Western Australia’s only donut shaped electric boats. Enjoy your very own floating BBQ and experience the ultimate 360-degree dining experience on the water, with all equipment supplied and no skipper’s tickets required. Following a day on the water, hungry guests will relish at the range of great cafes, restaurants and bars available both on the foreshore or at the Dolphin Quay Shopping Centre. A top pick would be Flic's Kitchen at 16 Mandurah Terrace, open Wednesday to Sunday for lunch and dinner, their Bottomless Brunch is legendary and dinner with the backdrop of the estuary memorable. To completely unwind, take your holiday home with you by hiring a fully equipped houseboat from Mandurah Houseboats and enjoy the waterways for days.