The City of Mandurah welcomes the support from local community groups, sporting clubs and service providers to deliver inclusive and accessible activities for people with disability to participate in meaningful activities and valued roles.

Key tools:

  • The NDIS Provider Finder helps you search for providers by location.
  • The NDIS Toolkit will help people register for the NDIS by helping with eligibility requirements, preplanning and meeting engagement.
  • Whether it's employment, housing or financial support, the Disability Gateway can connect you to the information and services you need.
  • Carer Gateway is an Australian Government program providing free services and support for carers. To book a planning session with a local Carer Gateway representative please contact Kahla Bonthuys - Email:  - Phone: 0431287807

Support and service providers

Ethnic Disability Advocacy Centre
Phone: 9388 7455

People with Disability WA
Phone: 9420 7279 / 1800 193 331 (Country Callers)

Developmental Disability WA
Phone: 9420 7203

Phone: 9535 5139
Address: 1/15 Sholl St, Mandurah WA 6210

At Work
Phone: 1300 080 856
Address: 1/3 Dower St, Mandurah WA 6210

Match Works
Phone: 6350 4786
Address: 77 Pinjarra Rd, Mandurah WA 6210

Status Employment
Phone: 9586 1435
Address: Unit 1/58 Anstruther Rd, Mandurah WA 6210

Halls Head Community College ESC
Year 7 - 10
Phone: 9581 0613
Address: 1 Casuarina Drive, Halls Head WA 6210

John Tonkin College ESC
Phone: 9583 7333
Address: Mandurah Education and Training Campus, Education Drive, Mandurah WA 6210

Coastal Lakes College, Inclusive Education Support Hub
Phone: 9583 2800
Address: 135 Badgerup Ave, Lakelands WA 6180

Coodanup College, Specialised Learning Program - Autism
Phone: 9581 0900
Address: Wanjeep St, Mandurah WA 6210

Riverside Primary School ESC
Phone: 9534 0328
Address: 1 Minilya Parkway Greenfields WA 6210

Meadow Springs ESC
Phone: 9584 7450
Address: 320 Oakmont Avenue, Meadow Springs WA 6210

North Mandurah Primary School, Specialised Learning Program - Autism
Phone: 9586 0800
Address: 98 Park Rd, Mandurah WA 6210

Bluebird Mental Health
Psychologist facilitated peer support group in Mandurah for adults 25+ experiencing Anxiety and Depression. No referrals, no fees, no waitlist.


Neami National Mandurah

Type of service: Mental Health Support Service
Phone: 08 9535 9326
Address: 6 Davey Street, Mandurah

Commonwealth Psychosocial Support Program - Chorus

Description of service/program: The Commonwealth Psychosocial Support Programs (CPS) offers community-based mental health support through one-to-one coaching and group activities. Our skilled recovery facilitators help people with enduring mental illness who are not eligible or have not applied for NDIS or Commonwealth Continuity of Support services and are not in other programs.

Phone: 1800 264 268

Uniting Church Mandurah - Well-Being Lunch

Description: The Well-being lunch is designed for people who have a mental health condition. The  lunch is every second Wednesday, gathering at 11.30am and concluding by 1pm. This is a safe space to socialise over a simple meal with a gold coin donation. Support workers and family support are welcome.

Phone: 9581 1743

Social Centre, Community Access, Daily Living Support (check website for full list of services)
Phone: 1800 264 268
Address: Ability Arts (Chorus – Social Centre) 6 Cumberland Street, Greenfields WA 6210

Diversity South
Phone: 9582 6105

Phone: 9792 7500
Address: 2 Cooper Street Street, Mandurah WA 6120

Phone: 6169 1220
Address: 8 Cumberland Street, Greenfields WA 6210

Phone: 9329 9399
Address: 2 Elizabeth Street, Mandurah WA 6210

Kern Health
Phone: 1300 122 155
Consulting Rooms: Level 1, 273 Pinjarra Road, Mandurah WA 6210

Community Access, Daily Living Support, Accommodation Support (check website for full list of services)
Phone: 9535 5500
Address: 6 Galbraith Loop, Mandurah WA 6210
Postal Address: PO Box 2043, Mandurah WA 6210

Peel Home and Community Supports
In-home support, domestic support, community access, gardening and yard maintenance
Phone: 0418785231
Address: 100 Allnutt Street, Mandurah

Rocky Bay
Therapy support, home and community support, accommodation and short-break support, finding and keeping a job
Phone: 9537 5300
Address: 220 Lakes Rd, Greenfields WA 6210

Social support, skills support, employment transition planning
Phone: 14300 100 767 (Free call)
Address: Room 8, The Parent’s Place, 63 Ormsby Terrace, Mandurah WA 6210

Spectrum Space
Awesome Group Mandurah - for 10-15 year olds
Awesome is a place where young people can have fun, meet new friends - and most importantly - be yourself. This group focuses on strengths and interests to help to explore social skill development in a natural social environment.
Phone: 9431 2111

Providing therapy supports to children and adults living with a vision impairment or blindness.
Phone: (08) 9311 8202
Address: Mandurah Lotteries House (by appointment only)

APM Communities
For 7 years and above
Phone: 1300 276 522

For early years (0-7 years)
1300 969 645

Inclusive Sport and Recreation in Mandurah (PDF)
Helpful document listing clubs and groups that provide pathways to inclusion opportunities for people with disability to participate in sporting and recreation activities in Mandurah.

Ability Arts
Ability Arts is an innovative and individualised arts- based program for people with disability based in Mandurah. Currently participants require NDIS funding or other individualised funding arrangements to participate.

Facebook page: 
Phone: 1800 264 268
Address: 6 Cumberland Street, Mandurah WA 6210

Act One Drama Group
Act One is an inclusive drama group for people with disability who love to perform. Weekly sessions during term time at the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre. Please get in touch for sessions dates and times.

Phone: (08) 9550 3900

Adult Social Group
Relax, meet people and try new activities. Activities alternate between the Mandurah Rocky Bay Hub and in community. People not supported by Rocky Bay are welcome to attend but must provide their own support and there are costs incurred with this activity.

Phone: (08) 6282 1900

BAM (Basketball All-Abilities Mandurah)
This program runs for 8 weeks each term from 1pm to 2pm on a Wednesday. Participants are offered coaching and encouraged to participate at their level in an inclusive environment. There is no registration or ongoing commitment, just attend the hour-long sessions when you can for $5.

Facebook page: 
Phone: 9550 3849

Cycling without Age - Mandurah

Cycling without Age (CWA) - Mandurah provides free rides at scenic locations in the Mandurah area for older adults and people with disability. CWA helps prevent to loneliness and assists people to be active in the local community by taking people out on bike rides. CWA Mandurah meets next to Tods Cafe on the Eastern Foreshore between 9am and 12 noon each Friday (dependent on weather).

Facebook page: Cycling Without Age-Mandurah
Phone: 0493 566 400

Dance Inclusion
A hip and happening dance/music and movement program for people with varying abilities and ages.

Facebook page:

Phone: 0428 880 059


A welcoming and inclusive social event in Mandurah providing a pathway for inclusion for people with disability who would like to make social connections in their local community. Bi-monthly events held at The Brighton Hotel.

Search 'EasyBeatz Mandurah' in the Eventbrite website

Fishability provides a range of programs and plays an advocacy role in promoting inclusive participation in recreational fishing for people with disability.

Facebook page: 
Phone: 0439 916 721

Live Laugh Craft  
Fun and inclusive art and craft group. $5 per class.

Phone: (08) 9582 6105

Mandurah CoderDojo
Coding club for neurodiverse young people. Neurodiversity covers a range of diagnosis including autism, ADHD, dyslexia, tourettes, just to name a few.
The group meets Saturdays 10am to 12noon during school terms at the library at Mandurah Catholic College.

Facebook page (private): 
Phone: 0450 152 403

Mandurah Filipino-Australian Multicultural Community Incorporated

MFAMCI free 'Cook & Eat' program on Thursdays from 10:30am to 12pm in Greenfields Family and Community Centre, 2 Waldron Boulevard, Greenfields. Everyone is welcome and anybody can volunteer to cook. Cooking different dishes and eating together is one way of keeping everyone socially, physically and mentally active.

Phone: 0414739188

Manta Rays Disability Swim Program
The Manta Rays swim program assists people with disability to learn to swim, develop an awareness of personal safety around water, socially connect with others and supports a healthy lifestyle with optional pathways for competition. $16.00 per lesson on a fortnightly direct debit of $32.00. Tuesdays 4.40pm (7 yrs to 12yrs) and Wednesday 6pm (13yrs and over) at the MARC.

Phone:9550 3610

Mandurah Mustangs Integrated Football Club
Integrated AFL opens the doorway to people with intellectual disability aged 16+ to enjoy Aussie Rules Football.

Facebook page:
Phone: 0439 398 336

Mandurah Starfish Nippers Club
For all children, with disability to participate in the nippers style program and learn the skills of beach and water safety while having fun with friends and family.

Facebook page:
Phone: 0448 342 205 (Tash)

Meet and Make
Meet and Make provides inclusive and accessible creative workshops and art groups for adults and teenagers.

Contact Elli for more information.
Facebook page:
Phone: 0410 699658

Music Jam 
Fun and inclusive music session. Connect through movement, rhythm games and a song circle. $10 per class.

Phone: (08) 9582 6105

North Mandurah Junior Football Club - Starkick Program
Starkick is an All Abilities AFL Auskick program for both boys and girls 5 – 13 years of age.

Facebook page:
Phone: 0450 997 007 (Paul)

Pro-Active Dance ‘n’ Move 
Fun and inclusive dance class incorporating movement and exercise, while interacting with others. $15 per class.

Phone: (08) 9582 6105

Rotary Sail into Life Peel provides access to sailing for people of all ages and abilities who would not otherwise have opportunity to enjoy sailing. Supported by Rotary and Mandurah Offshore Sailing and Fishing Club. Sessions take place every other Sunday from 9am-11.00am.
Operates within the normal sailing season (generally October - April).

Facebook page:
Phone: 0416 082 426 (Phil) / 0419 906 330 (Ben)

South West Rollers
South West Rollers is a program for people who are blind or who have low vision to play lawn bowls and the Mandurah Bowling and Recreation Club.

Facebook page: 
Phone: 0498 508 644
Date and Time: Every fortnight on a Friday from 9.30am to 11.30am.

Urban Discovery Group
The Urban Discovery group supports people with disability to learn how to access public transport independently and provides positive social experiences. Participants must provide their own support and there are costs incurred with this activity.

Phone: (08) 6282 1900

Village Morning Tea

A fortnightly community morning tea where everyone is welcome for a chat, peer support and some arts and crafts. People with disability, family members and support workers encouraged to attend.

Address: Lakelands Library and Community Centre

Youth Social Group
For young people 10-17 years. Activities are chosen by young people with different activities each week. Fridays 3.30pm to 6.30pm in Mandurah. People not supported by Rocky Bay are welcome to attend but must provide their own support and there are costs incurred with this activity.

Phone: (08) 6282 1900

City events or programs and activities may have more recreation suggestions and activities.

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Useful resources

Peer led support groups (PDF - 100.4KB)
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Inclusive Sport and Recreation in Mandurah (PDF - 7.7MB)
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