- Ac-cent Mandurah
- Beaches, Parks & Reserves
- Billy Dower Youth Centre
- Boating & Waterways
- Halls & Sporting Grounds
- Contemporary Art Spaces Mandurah
- Mandurah Recreation Centres
- Mandurah Art Gallery
- Mandurah Ocean Marina
- Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
- Mandurah Visitor Centre
- Tracks & Trails
- War Memorial
Sustainable Mandurah Home
The City of Mandurah and Mirvac Fini, in partnership with Solar Dwellings, Ultimate Homes and Sustainable Consulting designed and built the Sustainable Mandurah Home in 2005.
A first for Western Australia in sustainable housing, the Sustainable Mandurah Home moves sustainable design, construction and living from the margins to the mainstream. It is affordable, ecologically responsible and stylish.
The Sustainable Mandurah Home has been open to the public since May 2005 and aims to familiarise visitors with sustainable design and living practices. Whether you are building a new home, renovating your existing home or renting a property, the Sustainable Mandurah Home is a hands-on display home that shows you how easy it is to reduce your ecological impact without compromising your lifestyle or your budget. The home is a resource for the whole community that supports environmental education in Mandurah and the Peel Region.
The Home is situated at 18 Grandmere Parade in Meadow Springs and is open every Wednesday from 2pm - 4pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 1pm - 5pm.
If you would like to bring a community or school group to the Home at any other time please contact the City of Mandurah.