Waterways Waterfront Master Plan

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The Waterways Waterfront Master Plan aims to develop a long-term vision for the waterways in our city centre (between Stingray Point, Mandjar Bay, and the Eastern and Western Foreshores).

This plan focuses on ensuring our community, businesses, visitors, and wildlife continue to have appropriate access to these waterways for years to come. It considers potential infrastructure upgrades (e.g. boardwalks, alfresco dining or jetties), water-based activities, and recreational and commercial boating opportunities, to guide how these spaces are protected, celebrated, and explored.

The master plan aims to create a vibrant waterfront that aligns with the City Centre Master Plan and work already completed across the city's foreshores in the Waterfront Project.

Our community has continuously told us these waterways matter to you. The draft master plan and four key themes for this plan have been developed based on previous community feedback including consultation on the Strategic Community Plan, City Centre Waterfront Project, City Centre Master Plan, and Environment Strategy. The four key themes of the master plan are:

By bringing together these concepts, the Waterfront area will become a dynamic and welcoming place that connects people, celebrates the local culture, supports the local economy and provides unique recreational and tourism experiences. View the draft plan for more detail.

*Please note that this consultation process is not about the Western Foreshore commercial space. The commercial development area is a different project and consultation will commence at a later date. Notification will be given via media and other communications once consultation on this project is open.


How to Have Your Say

Step 1. View the draft Waterways Waterfront Master Plan

View the draft plan

Step 2. Have Your Say

The City is seeking your feedback on the proposed plan before it is finalised. Have Your Say by 12 May 2024

Feedback Forum
Tell us what you value about the area and your thoughts on the proposed plan

Map
Show us which areas you value and why in the map below
Chat to us
Drop-in to the Mandjar Markets from 9am-3pm on Sunday, April 21 and 28 to chat with staff about the plan and share your feedback

Visit Us
Hard copies of the plan and feedback forms are available at the Mandurah Seniors Centre and libraries


The Waterways Waterfront Master Plan aims to develop a long-term vision for the waterways in our city centre (between Stingray Point, Mandjar Bay, and the Eastern and Western Foreshores).

This plan focuses on ensuring our community, businesses, visitors, and wildlife continue to have appropriate access to these waterways for years to come. It considers potential infrastructure upgrades (e.g. boardwalks, alfresco dining or jetties), water-based activities, and recreational and commercial boating opportunities, to guide how these spaces are protected, celebrated, and explored.

The master plan aims to create a vibrant waterfront that aligns with the City Centre Master Plan and work already completed across the city's foreshores in the Waterfront Project.

Our community has continuously told us these waterways matter to you. The draft master plan and four key themes for this plan have been developed based on previous community feedback including consultation on the Strategic Community Plan, City Centre Waterfront Project, City Centre Master Plan, and Environment Strategy. The four key themes of the master plan are:

By bringing together these concepts, the Waterfront area will become a dynamic and welcoming place that connects people, celebrates the local culture, supports the local economy and provides unique recreational and tourism experiences. View the draft plan for more detail.

*Please note that this consultation process is not about the Western Foreshore commercial space. The commercial development area is a different project and consultation will commence at a later date. Notification will be given via media and other communications once consultation on this project is open.


How to Have Your Say

Step 1. View the draft Waterways Waterfront Master Plan

View the draft plan

Step 2. Have Your Say

The City is seeking your feedback on the proposed plan before it is finalised. Have Your Say by 12 May 2024

Feedback Forum
Tell us what you value about the area and your thoughts on the proposed plan

Map
Show us which areas you value and why in the map below
Chat to us
Drop-in to the Mandjar Markets from 9am-3pm on Sunday, April 21 and 28 to chat with staff about the plan and share your feedback

Visit Us
Hard copies of the plan and feedback forms are available at the Mandurah Seniors Centre and libraries


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Page last updated: 20 May 2024, 07:57 AM