Mandurah is the second largest city in Western Australia, as well as a real attraction for both local and international tourists. In addition, the city is a brilliant spot for all kinds of photography, with much to offer in terms of urban architecture and natural sights. For a lovely waterside backdrop, pass by the Dolphin Quay and the Venetian Canals on your way to the Bridge Quarter. Here, enjoy the wonderful view of the Mandurah Estuary from the bridge, with the ocean on one side and the Peel Inlet on the other. This is a renowned place for dolphin spotting, so bring your camera just in case./To add a vintage feel to your photos, visit Halls Cottage, one of the first dwellings in the state, or drop by the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre to get a taste of modern architecture by the water. This is also a great venue for weddings, so keep it in mind if you plan to get married in Mandurah.