- Ac-cent Seniors Mandurah
- Beaches, Parks & Reserves
- Billy Dower Youth Centre
- Boating & Waterways
- Contemporary Art Spaces Mandurah
- Halls, Courts & Sporting Grounds
- Mandurah Recreation Centres
- Alcoa Mandurah Art Gallery
- Mandurah Ocean Marina
- Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
- Mandurah Visitor Centre
- Tracks & Trails
- War Memorial
Mandurah at a Glance
Located 72km south of Perth, and is the largest growing regional centre in Western Australia.Mandurah is currently the tenth largest council in Western Australia and offers idyllic waterfront location with a local population forecast to reach 123,402 by 2036.
Mandurah boasts an excellent commuter transport service to Perth. Mandurah is the last station on the Perth Metropolitan Rail Southern Network. This line provides a regular fast train service (around 48 minutes) between Perth and Mandurah, leaving from the Underground and Esplanade stations in Perth city, and calling at nine stations along the way. Several major roads connect Mandurah to the Perth Metropolitan area; however Kwinana Freeway enables an easy one hour drive access to the Perth CBD.
The City of Mandurah ‘Commercial Investment Prospectus 2014 - 2015
To support the continued economic growth of our city, this prospectus promotes Mandurah's key competitive advantages within the business environment, highlights the potential investment sites for large-scale developments and opportunities for new investments.
Please download your copy from the Related Documents section on the right
Total area: 173.5km²
Location: 72 km south of Perth
Number of local businesses: 4,355 (Business register 2013)
Largest industry sector by business counts: Construction
Largest industry sector by number of employees: Retail trade
Labour Force: 38865 (December quarter 2014)
Number of unemployed : 3003 (December quarter 2014 )
Unemployment rate: 7.7% (December quarter 2014)
% of workers who live and work in the City of Mandurah : 46.2% (ABS 2011 Census)
% of workers who live in the City of Mandurah but work outside: 38.3% (ABS 2011 Census)
Estimated resident population: 82701 (ABS June 2014)
Median Age: 42 (ABS 2011 Census)
Residents with Bachelor of higher degree: 15.3% (ABS 2011 Census)
Couples with Children 25.3%: (ABS 2011 Census)
Forecast total population in 2015: 82,120
Forecast total population in 2036: 123,402
The City of Mandurah offers a set of interactive demographic tools for community groups, investors, businesses, students and the public. These online tools provide essential information for decision-making presented in a simple format, with clear tables and charts and concise factual commentary.
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The City of Mandurah population and household forecasts present what is driving population change in the community and how the population, age structure and household types will change each year between 2011 and 2036.
The City of Mandurah's economic profile presents economic information of our local economy and how its changing and promotes the area's strengths.