Lakelands District Open Space

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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
  • Recreation Precinct (Subject to future funding)
  • Playground (Subject to future funding)

Update December 2019:

The project is now well underway. The active reserves are 90% complete with some remaining sporting infrastructure such as sports flood lights, diamond sport nets and AFL Dug-outs to go in.

The construction of the Club House has commenced with steel work complete and the brick work well underway.

Works will continue into 2020 with completion anticipated for the middle of the year.

See progress photos in the Project Photo Gallery.



This is a City of Mandurah project supported by:

  • State Government
  • Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries
  • Australian Sports Commission
  • Department of Education
  • Australian Football League








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
  • Recreation Precinct (Subject to future funding)
  • Playground (Subject to future funding)

Update December 2019:

The project is now well underway. The active reserves are 90% complete with some remaining sporting infrastructure such as sports flood lights, diamond sport nets and AFL Dug-outs to go in.

The construction of the Club House has commenced with steel work complete and the brick work well underway.

Works will continue into 2020 with completion anticipated for the middle of the year.

See progress photos in the Project Photo Gallery.



This is a City of Mandurah project supported by:

  • State Government
  • Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries
  • Australian Sports Commission
  • Department of Education
  • Australian Football League







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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