Western Foreshore - Skate and Activity Space

This is the final concept plan moving forward to detailed design

The City of Mandurah is in the process of designing a new Recreation Precinct on the Western Foreshore. The Recreation Precinct will include the development of a new adventure play space and the redevelopment of the Mandurah (Bill Bowler) Skate Park into a destination Skate and Activity Space for our community and visitors alike.

The City engaged Convic to deliver the concept design for the Skate and Activity Space and hosted 3 rounds of community workshops to encourage the community to get involved and help inform the design outcomes. Workshops were open to everyone.

The final workshop was hosted on Thursday 1 August at Make Place, Mandurah where Convic designer Simon Bogalo talked through the What, Where and Why’s of the final design and how the communities feedback was directly reflected in the changes.

For a full recap of the design journey and to see the final concept design check out the Final Concept Report.

A huge thank you to everyone who provided input into the design. It was great to hear the positive responses at the final reveal and see the pride and excitement from those who were committed to delivering an epic destination skate and activity space in Mandurah.

The City will now take the concept design forward into the detailed planning stage in readiness for construction to commence in 2020. Watch this space for further updates as planning progresses.

Thank you!



The City of Mandurah is in the process of designing a new Recreation Precinct on the Western Foreshore. The Recreation Precinct will include the development of a new adventure play space and the redevelopment of the Mandurah (Bill Bowler) Skate Park into a destination Skate and Activity Space for our community and visitors alike.

The City engaged Convic to deliver the concept design for the Skate and Activity Space and hosted 3 rounds of community workshops to encourage the community to get involved and help inform the design outcomes. Workshops were open to everyone.

The final workshop was hosted on Thursday 1 August at Make Place, Mandurah where Convic designer Simon Bogalo talked through the What, Where and Why’s of the final design and how the communities feedback was directly reflected in the changes.

For a full recap of the design journey and to see the final concept design check out the Final Concept Report.

A huge thank you to everyone who provided input into the design. It was great to hear the positive responses at the final reveal and see the pride and excitement from those who were committed to delivering an epic destination skate and activity space in Mandurah.

The City will now take the concept design forward into the detailed planning stage in readiness for construction to commence in 2020. Watch this space for further updates as planning progresses.

Thank you!