Lakelands District Open Space

Aerial image showing the development site of the Lakelands District Open Space


The City of Mandurah is developing a District Open Space in Lakelands to provide sport and recreation facilities for community sporting groups and the wider community.

The Lakelands District Open Space is a $7.9 million project over a 10 hectare site on the corner of Mandurah Road and Banksiadale Gate in Lakelands.

The Project will include the delivery of:

  • 3 Active Reserves
  • District Level Clubroom Facility (Kitchen, meeting room, function space and toilets)
  • Toilets / Change rooms
  • Sports Flood Lighting
  • Parking
  • Activity Zone (Subject to future funding)
  • Playground (Subject to future funding)


Update February 2019:

The project is now well underway. The roads, parking and turfed areas are complete and the sporting infrastructure will be going in over the next 2 months.

See progress photos in the Project Photo Gallery.




The City of Mandurah is developing a District Open Space in Lakelands to provide sport and recreation facilities for community sporting groups and the wider community.

The Lakelands District Open Space is a $7.9 million project over a 10 hectare site on the corner of Mandurah Road and Banksiadale Gate in Lakelands.

The Project will include the delivery of:

  • 3 Active Reserves
  • District Level Clubroom Facility (Kitchen, meeting room, function space and toilets)
  • Toilets / Change rooms
  • Sports Flood Lighting
  • Parking
  • Activity Zone (Subject to future funding)
  • Playground (Subject to future funding)


Update February 2019:

The project is now well underway. The roads, parking and turfed areas are complete and the sporting infrastructure will be going in over the next 2 months.

See progress photos in the Project Photo Gallery.



If you have any questions regarding the Lakelands District Open Space Project feel free to post them here or give us a call at any stage.

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