Stage 5: Deliver

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To ensure our best days are ahead of us, we asked the community to help create our shared vision...

Since the end of 2018, over 2000 community members contributed to creating Mandurah’s shared vision through Mandurah Matters - one of our largest community engagement projects ever undertaken.

All of the community’s ideas and future aspirations shaped the priorities, outcomes and objectives of our Strategic Community Plan 2020-2040. The Plan is our blueprint for achieving the vision over the next 20 years, and we need the help of our residents and stakeholders to bring this aspiration and vision to life.

The Plan outlines a clear view of the Mandurah community’s aspirations for its future. It also guides the City's delivery of activities and services to ensure they are in line with the expectations of our community.

The City's Business Plan will be released shortly and outlines detailed actions for 2020 to 2024 to deliver the Plan.

But we can not do this alone. We need to work together to deliver on the plan and make Mandurah Matter.

Here are some of the ways in which the City, other partners and the community are working together to deliver the Plan:

EconomicSocialHealthEnvironment
What the City is doing:
Waterfront Project

Transform Mandurah
Community Grants Program
Access and Inclusion Plan 2020-2025
Club Connect Program
Public Health and Wellbeing Plan 2020-2023
Kids Teaching KIds Conference

Reserve Management Plans
What others are working on:
Mandurah Train Station multi-level carpark

Justin Langer Tourism Ambassador.
Assertive Homelessness & Street Presence
Outreach Trial

Youth Suicide Prevention Trial Project
Upgrade to the Emergency Department Peel Health Campus
Wetlands and People Plan 2017

Backyard Bandicoots Research Project
What you can do:

Buy and shop local to support local business

Promote Mandurah as a positive tourism destination to friends and family

Volunteer with community groups

Support Resident Association events and programs

Join and/or support and volunteer with local sporting clubs

Keep active and encourage others to maintain healthy lifestyles

Help our Estuary Guardians monitor and rescue dolphins

Join and/or support the Mandurah Environmental Volunteer Alliance (MEVA)

Mandurah has come a long way since it became a City in 1990, and the way we look and talk about ourselves needs to reflect our City’s evolution - what is wonderful and unique to Mandurah, and represent the place we aspire to be in 2040.

In order to support the community’s vision, build pride and reach our potential, Mandurah’s identity needed refreshing.

First, we changed the way visitors see us with a new Visit Mandurah Brand in 2019.

We were set to update the City of Mandurah’s identity in early 2020, but the health of our community became our priority.

Soon, we will be sharing our new identity which tells a story of our community and our place.

The new identity weaves all elements of our past and our future together - woven by waterways - a city with a village heart. This new identity will allow us to speak positively and with pride about where we live and what Mandurah has to offer.

The Mandurah Matters Plan 2020-2040 will guide the community's aspiration of a thriving regional city with the heart of a village. This is our Mandjoogoordap - the meeting place of the heart.


To ensure our best days are ahead of us, we asked the community to help create our shared vision...

Since the end of 2018, over 2000 community members contributed to creating Mandurah’s shared vision through Mandurah Matters - one of our largest community engagement projects ever undertaken.

All of the community’s ideas and future aspirations shaped the priorities, outcomes and objectives of our Strategic Community Plan 2020-2040. The Plan is our blueprint for achieving the vision over the next 20 years, and we need the help of our residents and stakeholders to bring this aspiration and vision to life.

The Plan outlines a clear view of the Mandurah community’s aspirations for its future. It also guides the City's delivery of activities and services to ensure they are in line with the expectations of our community.

The City's Business Plan will be released shortly and outlines detailed actions for 2020 to 2024 to deliver the Plan.

But we can not do this alone. We need to work together to deliver on the plan and make Mandurah Matter.

Here are some of the ways in which the City, other partners and the community are working together to deliver the Plan:

EconomicSocialHealthEnvironment
What the City is doing:
Waterfront Project

Transform Mandurah
Community Grants Program
Access and Inclusion Plan 2020-2025
Club Connect Program
Public Health and Wellbeing Plan 2020-2023
Kids Teaching KIds Conference

Reserve Management Plans
What others are working on:
Mandurah Train Station multi-level carpark

Justin Langer Tourism Ambassador.
Assertive Homelessness & Street Presence
Outreach Trial

Youth Suicide Prevention Trial Project
Upgrade to the Emergency Department Peel Health Campus
Wetlands and People Plan 2017

Backyard Bandicoots Research Project
What you can do:

Buy and shop local to support local business

Promote Mandurah as a positive tourism destination to friends and family

Volunteer with community groups

Support Resident Association events and programs

Join and/or support and volunteer with local sporting clubs

Keep active and encourage others to maintain healthy lifestyles

Help our Estuary Guardians monitor and rescue dolphins

Join and/or support the Mandurah Environmental Volunteer Alliance (MEVA)

Mandurah has come a long way since it became a City in 1990, and the way we look and talk about ourselves needs to reflect our City’s evolution - what is wonderful and unique to Mandurah, and represent the place we aspire to be in 2040.

In order to support the community’s vision, build pride and reach our potential, Mandurah’s identity needed refreshing.

First, we changed the way visitors see us with a new Visit Mandurah Brand in 2019.

We were set to update the City of Mandurah’s identity in early 2020, but the health of our community became our priority.

Soon, we will be sharing our new identity which tells a story of our community and our place.

The new identity weaves all elements of our past and our future together - woven by waterways - a city with a village heart. This new identity will allow us to speak positively and with pride about where we live and what Mandurah has to offer.

The Mandurah Matters Plan 2020-2040 will guide the community's aspiration of a thriving regional city with the heart of a village. This is our Mandjoogoordap - the meeting place of the heart.

  • How can you make Mandurah Matter?

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    Mandurah’s new vision is:

    We are built in nature - a meeting place surrounded by unique waterways, where the wellbeing of our people and our environment are nurtured; where business in the community can thrive and entrepreneurship is celebrated. We will be the place where a thriving regional city and the heart of a village meet. This is our Mandjoogoordap.’

    Based on what the community highlighted as priorities, the Mandurah Matters Plan has four key focus areas:

    • economic
    • social wellbeing
    • health
    • environment

    The objectives under each of these areas which will form the basis of everything we do moving forward.

    The City is working hard on the $22 million Mandurah Waterfront Project to support local tourism and future jobs. It is also heavily focusing on big-picture efforts to transform our city and bring growth, development and more economic diversity to our beautiful city.

    We are calling on everyone, from local community to all levels of government to get behind the Mandurah Matters Plan and join us in working together to achieve our united vision for Mandurah.

    Mandurah’s new vision is:

    We are built in nature - a meeting place surrounded by unique waterways, where the wellbeing of our people and our environment are nurtured; where business in the community can thrive and entrepreneurship is celebrated. We will be the place where a thriving regional city and the heart of a village meet. This is our Mandjoogoordap.’

    Based on what the community highlighted as priorities, the Mandurah Matters Plan has four key focus areas:

    • economic
    • social wellbeing
    • health
    • environment

    The objectives under each of these areas which will form the basis of everything we do moving forward.

    The City is working hard on the $22 million Mandurah Waterfront Project to support local tourism and future jobs. It is also heavily focusing on big-picture efforts to transform our city and bring growth, development and more economic diversity to our beautiful city.

    We are calling on everyone, from local community to all levels of government to get behind the Mandurah Matters Plan and join us in working together to achieve our united vision for Mandurah.

  • Mandurah Matters Plan Launched

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    about 20 hours ago

    The Mandurah Matters Plan 2020-2040 was launched on Friday 3 July by the City, Councillors and Community Ambassadors to shape our shared vision for the future.

    The Plan was developed after 18 months of work with over 2000 residents. It clarifies what is important to our community and paves our pathway ahead.

    The City’s Business Plans and the delivery of activities and services will be in line with what the community told us matter most. But we can not do this alone.

    We need to work together with all levels of government, our community leaders, businesses and residents to deliver on the Mandurah Matters Plan and achieve our vision.

    Tell us how you will bring our shared vision to life here.


    The Mandurah Matters Plan 2020-2040 was launched on Friday 3 July by the City, Councillors and Community Ambassadors to shape our shared vision for the future.

    The Plan was developed after 18 months of work with over 2000 residents. It clarifies what is important to our community and paves our pathway ahead.

    The City’s Business Plans and the delivery of activities and services will be in line with what the community told us matter most. But we can not do this alone.

    We need to work together with all levels of government, our community leaders, businesses and residents to deliver on the Mandurah Matters Plan and achieve our vision.

    Tell us how you will bring our shared vision to life here.


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