2021/2022 Proposed Budget - continuing the momentum to transform Mandurah

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A key focus for the proposed 2021/22 budget is to continue with the work of our Transform Mandurah plan to reinvigorate our economy and deliver a brighter future for the city. It is all about attracting new investment into Mandurah and addressing structural unemployment both today and for future generations. Mandurah is already generating momentum, and this budget is all about keeping that momentum going.

Last year’s Restart Mandurah Plan set out to kick start the economy and reconnect the community. Now we have a long-term plan to Transform Mandurah into the future.

On May 11, Council voted to advertise a 1.80 percent increase to rates, which equates to an additional amount of $28.80 per year for the average residential ratepayer. The proposed increase will be advertised for 21 days. If you would like to have your say on the 2021/22 Proposed Rate for Advertising, submissions are accepted below or via email to council@mandurah.wa.gov.au.

There is a lot of exciting projects coming up in the next 12 months, with money allocated throughout the city for Mandurah’s Transformation. Some of the highlights for the months ahead are:

  • Waterfront Redevelopment $3M

  • Southern Corridor $2.1M
  • Environmental Projects $2M
  • Road Upgrades $3.75M
  • Events and City Centre Activation $2.3M
  • Community and Business Grants $1M
  • Maintaining Assets $42M
  • Community Safety and Wellbeing Initiatives $3.5M

For more information on the proposed budget, visit the City of Mandurah website.


A key focus for the proposed 2021/22 budget is to continue with the work of our Transform Mandurah plan to reinvigorate our economy and deliver a brighter future for the city. It is all about attracting new investment into Mandurah and addressing structural unemployment both today and for future generations. Mandurah is already generating momentum, and this budget is all about keeping that momentum going.

Last year’s Restart Mandurah Plan set out to kick start the economy and reconnect the community. Now we have a long-term plan to Transform Mandurah into the future.

On May 11, Council voted to advertise a 1.80 percent increase to rates, which equates to an additional amount of $28.80 per year for the average residential ratepayer. The proposed increase will be advertised for 21 days. If you would like to have your say on the 2021/22 Proposed Rate for Advertising, submissions are accepted below or via email to council@mandurah.wa.gov.au.

There is a lot of exciting projects coming up in the next 12 months, with money allocated throughout the city for Mandurah’s Transformation. Some of the highlights for the months ahead are:

  • Waterfront Redevelopment $3M

  • Southern Corridor $2.1M
  • Environmental Projects $2M
  • Road Upgrades $3.75M
  • Events and City Centre Activation $2.3M
  • Community and Business Grants $1M
  • Maintaining Assets $42M
  • Community Safety and Wellbeing Initiatives $3.5M

For more information on the proposed budget, visit the City of Mandurah website.


  • We encourage our community to have their say on the 2021/22 Proposed Rate for Advertising during the comment period.

    Please note: All submissions will become a public record. Please indicate in the form below if you would like the City to withhold your personal details.



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