Have your say Mandurah

Welcome to the City's online consultation hub. The hub is a place for you to get involved and help shape Mandurah's future.

This hub allows you to find out about the City's projects, share your ideas with us on important issues and projects that help inform the City's decision making.

We value the feedback we receive from our community, and our goal is to keep you informed about the projects and issues that are most important to you.

This site is regularly updated with project information so please bookmark it and keep re-visiting!

Welcome to the City's online consultation hub. The hub is a place for you to get involved and help shape Mandurah's future.

This hub allows you to find out about the City's projects, share your ideas with us on important issues and projects that help inform the City's decision making.

We value the feedback we receive from our community, and our goal is to keep you informed about the projects and issues that are most important to you.

This site is regularly updated with project information so please bookmark it and keep re-visiting!

Current projects

  • Old Mandurah Traffic Bridge Replacement

    12 days ago
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    The Old Mandurah Bridge on Old Coast Road in Halls Head is approaching the end of its life. The two-lane structure is no longer sufficient to cater for local traffic caused by the increased population growth in the area.

    The replacement bridge will address safety and traffic congestion issues for the growing number of vehicles and pedestrians that use the bridge each day by providing more capacity.

    A Community Reference Group (CRG) completed work to develop a business case in 2013 and the State Government, Main Roads and the City of Mandurah are working to deliver the recommendations of the... Continue reading

    The Old Mandurah Bridge on Old Coast Road in Halls Head is approaching the end of its life. The two-lane structure is no longer sufficient to cater for local traffic caused by the increased population growth in the area.

    The replacement bridge will address safety and traffic congestion issues for the growing number of vehicles and pedestrians that use the bridge each day by providing more capacity.

    A Community Reference Group (CRG) completed work to develop a business case in 2013 and the State Government, Main Roads and the City of Mandurah are working to deliver the recommendations of the CRG.


    To view the full project click here


  • Mandurah Community Safety Crime Prevention Survey 2016

    11 days ago
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    The City works with local police and other stakeholders to prioritise and address community safety and crime prevention issues in your area and we need your input.

    The City of Mandurah, under the Safer Mandurah initiative, have launched the 2016 Mandurah Community Safety and Crime Prevention survey.

    The City has engaged Research Solutions, a strategic research agency, to randomly survey over 400 residents by phone, community members can also participate in the survey by going to https://www.research.net/r/mandurahcommunitysafety live until 21 February.

    With the community input from three previous community safety surveys, a number of initiatives have been implemented. Localised evidence... Continue reading

    The City works with local police and other stakeholders to prioritise and address community safety and crime prevention issues in your area and we need your input.

    The City of Mandurah, under the Safer Mandurah initiative, have launched the 2016 Mandurah Community Safety and Crime Prevention survey.

    The City has engaged Research Solutions, a strategic research agency, to randomly survey over 400 residents by phone, community members can also participate in the survey by going to https://www.research.net/r/mandurahcommunitysafety live until 21 February.

    With the community input from three previous community safety surveys, a number of initiatives have been implemented. Localised evidence has also assisted the City to attract grant funding to address specific needs.

    The survey results will be used to inform the 2017-2022 Community Safety and Crime Partnership Plan
  • Proposed Structure Plan Sutton's Farm

    28 days ago
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    The City of Mandurah is seeking public comment on the Proposed Structure plan for Sutton Farm

    The key elements of the proposal are as follows:

    • To provide for residential/tourist development at the southern edge of the site at a density of R40;
    • To provide for residential development at the southern edge of the site at a density of R40;
    • To retain the existing heritage buildings, specifying permissible uses as restaurant, tavern, small bar, guesthouse, short stay accommodation; and
    • To provide for an area of private open space surrounding the heritage buildings, with an access management strategy... Continue reading

    The City of Mandurah is seeking public comment on the Proposed Structure plan for Sutton Farm

    The key elements of the proposal are as follows:

    • To provide for residential/tourist development at the southern edge of the site at a density of R40;
    • To provide for residential development at the southern edge of the site at a density of R40;
    • To retain the existing heritage buildings, specifying permissible uses as restaurant, tavern, small bar, guesthouse, short stay accommodation; and
    • To provide for an area of private open space surrounding the heritage buildings, with an access management strategy as a requirement of any subdivision/development approval

  • Mandurah Public Art

    4 months ago
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    The City of Mandurah is writing a Public Arts Strategy and needs your input!

    The City of Mandurah is writing a Public Arts Strategy and needs your input!

  • Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2015-2020

    7 months ago
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    The City of Mandurah has released a consultation draft of its Access and Inclusion Plan (AIP) for public comment. The AIP aims to improve access to our services, information and facilities for people with a disability.

    To assist us in developing a plan that meets the needs of the community, interested organisations and members of the community are invited to provide feedback.

    Please view the AIP plan and provide feedback by going to:

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/mandurahaip


    Please provide all feedback by 5pm, Wednesday, 12th August 2015.

    For a hard copy of the AIP or to obtain further information, please contact Community... Continue reading

    The City of Mandurah has released a consultation draft of its Access and Inclusion Plan (AIP) for public comment. The AIP aims to improve access to our services, information and facilities for people with a disability.

    To assist us in developing a plan that meets the needs of the community, interested organisations and members of the community are invited to provide feedback.

    Please view the AIP plan and provide feedback by going to:

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/mandurahaip


    Please provide all feedback by 5pm, Wednesday, 12th August 2015.

    For a hard copy of the AIP or to obtain further information, please contact Community Development Officer on 9550 3275 or email cdo@mandurah.wa.gov.au


  • Novara Foreshore Reserve

    7 months ago
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    The City of Mandurah has engaged a landscape architect to draw up two Masterplan options for the Novara Foreshore Reserve.

    The proposed plans include:

    • Management of storm water outputs into the estuary to minimise environmental impacts.

    • Re-vegetation of the foreshore to increase wildlife habitat, reduce erosion and create a buffer from wind and waves

    • Review of public amenities

    • Opportunities for informal recreation

    • Paths seating

    • Interpretive installations providing details of elements such as plants, wildlife, ecosystems, Aboriginal significance, location maps and points of interest.

    Other identified considerations:

    Views from adjacent properties on Dampier Avenue and increased levels of recreation need to... Continue reading

    The City of Mandurah has engaged a landscape architect to draw up two Masterplan options for the Novara Foreshore Reserve.

    The proposed plans include:

    • Management of storm water outputs into the estuary to minimise environmental impacts.

    • Re-vegetation of the foreshore to increase wildlife habitat, reduce erosion and create a buffer from wind and waves

    • Review of public amenities

    • Opportunities for informal recreation

    • Paths seating

    • Interpretive installations providing details of elements such as plants, wildlife, ecosystems, Aboriginal significance, location maps and points of interest.

    Other identified considerations:

    Views from adjacent properties on Dampier Avenue and increased levels of recreation need to be carefully considered and the City recognises that at peak times, cart parking already dominates roads and verges as well as the car park.


  • Crab Fest - Help shape your festival in 2016!

    7 months ago
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    The City would like to hear from the community - we want your ideas, feedback and involvement!

    The City would like to hear from the community - we want your ideas, feedback and involvement!

  • Have your say on Budget and Rates 2015-16

    8 months ago
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    Rates are Council’s basic source of income and help pay for the many necessary services and facilities provided by the City. These include the paths you walk or ride along every day and the playgrounds and barbecue areas available for you and your families to use. Your Council supports varied lifestyles, which we all appreciate in Mandurah.

    But it is not only ratepayers who fund the City’s projects and activities. Council aims to keep rates as reasonable as possible by raising around half its income from investments, fees and charges and Federal and State Government grants.

    We value and appreciate your feedback. Have your say today.



    Rates are Council’s basic source of income and help pay for the many necessary services and facilities provided by the City. These include the paths you walk or ride along every day and the playgrounds and barbecue areas available for you and your families to use. Your Council supports varied lifestyles, which we all appreciate in Mandurah.

    But it is not only ratepayers who fund the City’s projects and activities. Council aims to keep rates as reasonable as possible by raising around half its income from investments, fees and charges and Federal and State Government grants.

    We value and appreciate your feedback. Have your say today.



  • Additional $8.8M funding received for the Old Mandurah Bridge

    9 months ago

    Fantastic news! Additional $8.8M funding received for the Old Mandurah Bridge.

    Minister for Transport Dean Nalder announced this morning an additional $8.8 million funding boost for the Mandurah Traffic Bridge Replacement Project.

    The funding announcement is great news for this vital project for the City and the Mandurah community. These additional funds from the Royalties for Regions will achieve community outcomes that the City is looking for.

    A contract will be awarded in September/October with construction due to start later this year on the new four-lane bridge with a wide pedestrian walkway to replace Mandurah’s 62-year old traffic bridge.

    Click here for more information on the redevelopment project.

    Click here to view the Minister's media release.

    Fantastic news! Additional $8.8M funding received for the Old Mandurah Bridge.

    Minister for Transport Dean Nalder announced this morning an additional $8.8 million funding boost for the Mandurah Traffic Bridge Replacement Project.

    The funding announcement is great news for this vital project for the City and the Mandurah community. These additional funds from the Royalties for Regions will achieve community outcomes that the City is looking for.

    A contract will be awarded in September/October with construction due to start later this year on the new four-lane bridge with a wide pedestrian walkway to replace Mandurah’s 62-year old traffic bridge.

    Click here for more information on the redevelopment project.

    Click here to view the Minister's media release.

  • Mandurah Road Footbridge

    over 1 year ago
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    The Mandurah Road Footbridge is intended to provide safe and convenient pedestrian and cyclist access between the east and west sides of Mandurah Road and the Mandurah Train Station. This will create an important link between these communities and supports utilisation of the existing public transport infrastructure.

    The City is responsible for the project management and capital investment associated with the bridge project.


    The Mandurah Road Footbridge is intended to provide safe and convenient pedestrian and cyclist access between the east and west sides of Mandurah Road and the Mandurah Train Station. This will create an important link between these communities and supports utilisation of the existing public transport infrastructure.

    The City is responsible for the project management and capital investment associated with the bridge project.