Apart of Mandurah's History and it's Future

Located in Mandurah, the Boathouse has a traditional flare of the unexpected. If it’s having a catch-up with friends in the beer garden, watching some live sport action on the big screen, a game of pool or just a beer with mate’s – The Boatie has it all.

The Sunday Sesh Live music every Sunday by local musicians, a range of domestic & craft beers, cocktails and custom named Skimpy Drinks will ensure the perfect accompaniment to your delicious meal from the Boathouse Galley.

One of Mandurah's Historical Icons

The new owners (Des, Rose, and Phin) of The Boathouse in Mandurah, are excited for the future and are showing their appreciation to its iconic history throughout the community growth of Mandurah.

The Boathouse History...

Where The Boathouse (The Peel shopping Centre) is, was once Mandurah’s Capitol Theatre.

The “Capitol Theatre, built in 1928, was utilized for Movies, Dances and Balls over a long period of time.

In the Capital Theatre in late September 1928 local patrons were presented with an opportunity to see “King of Kings’ – a Cecil B. de Milles spectacular. In the following December “False Shame” was shown and there were two sessions – one for the women and on for the men- and nobody under the age of sixteen years was allowed in. No doubt there was a full house for each viewing and all patrons felt suitable shocked, as they had hoped to be.

New Year at The Capitol Theatre Mandurah 1935

Like the rest of Mandurah, The Boathouse has come long way, and is likely to go a lot further in the years to come.

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  • info@boathousetavern.com
  • 08 9535 1034
  • 44 Pinjarra Road, MANDURAH WA 6210
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