The City of Mandurah works with local businesses, community and the WA Police to provide a safer Mandurah.

The City of Mandurah facilitates the Mandurah Liquor Accord. The Accord was established in March 2012 and its members include taverns, bottle shops, night clubs, bars, sporting clubs and supporting agencies.

The aim of the Mandurah Liquor Accord is to help local licensees work better together to reduce alcohol-related crime and anti-social behaviour in Mandurah.

Members aim to develop safe and well-managed areas in and around licensed premises. They adopt a range of strategies to create a safer Mandurah.

Strategic Framework:

In late 2020, members of the Accord developed a new Strategic Framework which outlined specific annual target outputs and will be reviewed every three years. The Accord's aims and objectives were reconfirmed by members in 2020 as being appropriate and current, and include:

Aim 1: Increase communication and collaboration through the Accord, and;

Aim 2: To reduce alcohol related crime, violence and anti-social behaviour in Mandurah.

Mandurah Liquor Accord Goals:

The following four priorities are focus areas for the Accord:

  1. Reduced anti-social behaviour in and around licensed premises
  2. Reduced alcohol-related violence, ill health and other harm
  3. Increased responsible service of alcohol
  4. Promoting Mandurah as a safe and vibrant destination   
Sign-on and become a member – It’s FREE!

All local licensees are invited to join the Mandurah Liquor Accord. It's Free!

To join, or for more information, contact You can view/download a copy of the Liquor Accord Terms of Reference, Strategic Framework and Sign-On form using the PDF links available under 'Helpful resources'.

The Mandurah Street Chaplains are volunteers who are around the CBD between the hours of 11pm and 4am. Their main focus is to look after vulnerable people, be that because of intoxication, becoming separated from friends, drug affected or traumatised by a life event. The Street Chaplains are from various different churches around Mandurah and provide a listening ear, physical or emotional first aid, or just some company for someone waiting alone for a taxi.

Make sure you say 'Hi' on your next night out!

Learn more about the street chaplains program

We see young people, making informed choices about alcohol use. We see confident parents supporting young people in the Mandurah community. We see a thriving, healthy, safe and connected community.

The aim of the strategy is to reduce alcohol-related harm and the effects of alcohol misuse within the Mandurah community, focusing on young people aged 12-24 years.

Priority Areas

  1. Education of parents regarding the effect of alcohol on young people and evidence-based strategies to reduce harm
  2. Increased knowledge and awareness of penalties and risks of the supply of alcohol to a person under legal drinking age residing in Mandurah
  3. Promotion of alcohol harm reduction and community safety messages and strategies in Mandurah


Mandurah Community Alcohol Service Directory

This online directory is an initiative from the Youth Alcohol Strategy. The directory aims to provide parents with information about alcohol harm reduction and the alcohol-related support services that are available to the young people of Mandurah. This includes a range of national, state-wide and local alcohol-related support services.

Living My Best Life (LMBL)

With resources for parents and young people, this is a campaign promoting no alcohol before 18. With information and support for young people on the instagram page, and for parents on the Facebook Page

Good Sports

Good Sports is a national program run by the Alcohol and Drug Foundation (ADF) that works with local sporting clubs to build a healthier sporting nation. There are currently 27 champion clubs in the City of Mandurah that are a part of the accredited program, which runs between Level 1 and Level 3. The City of Mandurah encourage all sporting clubs to be a part of this program.

To join visit or contact the ADF Community Development Team


  • City of Mandurah – Youth Development and Recreation Development
  • School Drug Education and Road Aware
  • Headspace Mandurah
  • WA Primary Health Alliance
  • Palmerston Mandurah
  • Alcohol and Drug Foundation (ADF)
  • Health Promotion Services, South Metropolitan Health Service, Western Australia

Licensee Signage

The Mental Health Commission produce a range of Responsible Service of Alcohol posters for licensees. If you are a licensed premise who wants to update their current signage or feel you don’t have sufficient signage, they can also be ordered from Alcohol Think Again or the Mental Health Commission.

Important alcohol links

Alcohol think again have a range of facts, figures and information relevant to parents, young people and the community.

‘Your Shout’, an initiative by McCusker Foundation is a website designed to support the community to take action on alcohol issues affecting young people. There are resources and information suitable for young people, and for those concerned about young people.

The Drug and Alcohol Foundation deliver a range of community programs, services and resources targeted at preventing alcohol and other drug-related harm.

‘The Other Talk’ is an initiative by the Alcohol and Drug Foundation which provides several resources to parents for them to openly talk about alcohol and other drugs with their children.

Below is a link to important alcohol related laws in WA, including the new secondary supply laws which came in to effect November 2015.

Helpful resources

Alcohol service directory (PDF - 3.3MB)
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Liquor Accord Strategic Framework (PDF - 53.7KB)
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Liquor Accord terms of reference (PDF - 92.1KB)
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Liquor Accord invite and sing-up form (PDF - 119.9KB)
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