Halls Head Parade - Coastal Shared Path

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In collaboration with the Department of Transport, the City of Mandurah is currently in the planning phase for a proposed high quality coastal shared path along Halls Head Parade between Janis Street to the south and Sharland Street (Doddi’s Beach) to the north. The City is seeking comments to help inform the design of the project.

The proposed path link has been identified in the City’s Cycle Plan as a priority project which was recently endorsed by Council. The route has also been identified as a critical link in the ‘Island Shared Use Trail’ project which was also recently endorsed by Council.

The intent of the project is to significantly improve safety for both cyclists and pedestrians by removing the conflict points at intersections and driveways that are experienced by path users on the existing concrete footpath on the developed side of the road. The proposed shared path infrastructure also aims to significantly improve path amenity to encourage increased activity and improved community health.

To provide your comments and feedback, complete the survey below, join the online forum, or provide written comments to the council@mandurah.wa.gov.au by Tuesday 22 December 2020.


In collaboration with the Department of Transport, the City of Mandurah is currently in the planning phase for a proposed high quality coastal shared path along Halls Head Parade between Janis Street to the south and Sharland Street (Doddi’s Beach) to the north. The City is seeking comments to help inform the design of the project.

The proposed path link has been identified in the City’s Cycle Plan as a priority project which was recently endorsed by Council. The route has also been identified as a critical link in the ‘Island Shared Use Trail’ project which was also recently endorsed by Council.

The intent of the project is to significantly improve safety for both cyclists and pedestrians by removing the conflict points at intersections and driveways that are experienced by path users on the existing concrete footpath on the developed side of the road. The proposed shared path infrastructure also aims to significantly improve path amenity to encourage increased activity and improved community health.

To provide your comments and feedback, complete the survey below, join the online forum, or provide written comments to the council@mandurah.wa.gov.au by Tuesday 22 December 2020.

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