Ceiliúradh! The luck of the Irish is in full swing again, Mandurah.
Don your best greens, grab a pint of Guinness (or three) and join the global celebrations of Irish culture on March 17.
St Patrick’s Day began as a religious feast day in the 17th century, as a toast to Irish patron saint St Patrick, who ministered Christianity in Ireland during the fifth century.
In Australia, the day is celebrated with a range of Irish traditions including dressing up, dancing, drinking and enjoying classic Irish pub grub.
We've collated a guide to all the best venues in Mandurah to enjoy some Irish craic!
It will be a beautiful sunny day with light winds and an expected maximum temperature of 29°C.
The party starts the night before at Norma's! Bring in St Pat's morning in style with free entry from 10-11pm.
With plenty of music to satisfy every taste, including RnB, top 40, retro and pop, there's a lot to celebrate.
Get dressed up in your Irish best for a chance to win a $50 venue voucher on the night.
Murphy's Irish Pub
The tradition lives on at Murphy's but this year it is bigger and better!
The award-winning Irish pub in the heart of Mandurah will celebrate St Patrick's Day with a two-day festival from Saturday, March 16.
With the roads closed for Crab Fest, Murphy's have extended their outdoor area to include an outdoor bar and a merchandise stall with Irish face paint and hair spraying, available all weekend.
There will be plenty of entertainment from Irish bands and former world champion Irish dancers until 11pm on Saturday before DJ Aarom Wilson spins the decks.
Open til 2am on Friday and Saturday night and midnight on Sunday, there is also 2,500 free hats to give away with the purchase of Irish pints.
For more information, visit Murphy's website.
Oceanic Bar and Grill
St Paddy's Day lasts all weekend long at OBG in the Mandurah Marina.
With a full lineup of live music and Irish dancers, there is also plenty of Irish food specials on the menu (including everyone's favourite, bangers and mash), Guinness, Kilkenny cans and specialised cocktails.
Too book a table, call 9582 9465 or visit the OBG website.
Friar Tuck's Irish House
From the minute they open at 11.30am on Sunday, Friar Tuck's will be celebrating their Irish heritage with live music and Irish dancing.
There will be Guinness on tap, green beer, hearty Irish food served all day and plenty of prizes on offer.
Guaranteed to be good craic! Visit the Friar Tuck's website for more information.
Celebrate St Patrick's Day from 11am at the Bouvard Tavern with drink specials all day.
There will be a free courtesy bus from 12pm and plenty of Irish food on the menu including Irish stew, black pudding and Guinness pie.
Three Rivers Brewing Company
Find your Irish blessings as you take in the beautiful sounds of some great blues and folk music at Three Rivers Brewing Company.
With good Irish food on the menu including freshly baked UK-style pies and Irish Red Ale as cheap as $5, there is plenty to celebrate this St Patrick's Day.
The Piper's Inn
The Scottish love the Irish too you know! Join in the fun at The Piper's Inn with a pint of Guinness brewed in Dublin and imported in kegs straight to Mandurah.
Dublin Guinness will be going for $7 a pint and green beer for $6 a pint all day and all night.
Patrick John Kilcoyne, also known as SLIGO ROVER, will play authentic Irish tunes and jigs live from 6pm.
Mandurah Offshore Fishing and Sailing Club
Eat, drink and be Irish with celebrations at MOFSC from 12pm til late on Sunday.
It is free entry and there will be live entertainment from Clayton Sharp on the terrace at 1pm.
Enjoy green beer and food specials including beef and Guinness pie, Irish stew and a corned beef and cheese burger.
For more information, visit the Facebook event page. To book a table, call 9535 6251 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.