Kwillena Gabi Pool, Mandurah

The City of Mandurah’s brand new Kwillena Gabi Pool, named by the traditional owners of Bindjareb Boodja, which means Dolphin Waters opened in late 2021. The only word I can think of to describe it is WOW!

Kwillena Gabi Pool, Mandurah

Located at the Eastern Foreshore South Precinct, the circular pool created by floating pontoons in Mandurah’s iconic estuary is unlike anything else in Perth and it has been specifically designed with families in mind.

The pool is perfect for all ages, from my teen who towers over me (he couldn’t touch the ground at the deepest point) to the shallow beach entry water which is perfect for toddlers. Floaties, pool noodles and small blow-up boats are all welcome in the water.

Kwillena Gabi Pool, Mandurah

Kwillena Gabi Pool is a natural swimming area and is not protected by a net/barrier, dolphins and other wildlife are known to frequent the pool.

Kwillena Gabi Pool, Mandurah

When we visited, there were lifeguards on duty. However, it is important to remember you are responsible for your own and your family’s safety.

Kwillena Gabi Pool, Mandurah

At night the Kwillena Gabi Pool even lights up at night!

Kwillena Gabi Pool, Mandurah

At the time of this blog (January 2022), construction directly behind the pool continues to create a space that will be used for events, food trucks, and performances – I’m so hoping the City of Mandurah will also update the existing toilet block and include shower facilities.

Kwillena Gabi Pool

Mandurah Terrace, Mandurah

www.mandurah.wa.gov.au

About Kellie Elliott

Kellie Elliott is a busy mum of four who enjoys adventuring around Perth with her children and sharing her journeys and experiences on Instagram at Perth Mum Adventures.

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