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The City is a partner with Mentally Healthy WA, which operate the Act Belong Commit Program:
Act – to stay active mentally, physically, socially, spiritually and culturally
Belong – keep connected to friends, family and community
Commit – participate in activities that are meaningful to you
The Health & Wellbeing Guide has been created by the City of Mandurah to connect you to services that encourage and improve mental health and wellbeing.
View the Health and Wellbeing Guide
The City of Mandurah has a blender bike, for hire, to schools, sporting clubs, community groups, residents and local businesses. The blender is powered by the cycle motion and is a fun way of encouraging people to get active whilst they blend their smoothie drink. It is a colourful, interactive and fun way to promote and encourage both healthy eating and physical activity.
Please be aware that the City only supplies the blender bike, we do not supply the smoothie ingredients. Please refer to booking form.
Play if Food Safe
The ‘Play it Food Safe’ public campaign, which aims to reduce the number of foodborne illness cases by changing behaviour and culture around food preparation and storage. For more information please visit Healthy WA Food Safety.
Grow it Local
Grow it Local is an initiative to encourage people to grow, share and eat locally grown foods. It’s a celebration of backyard, balcony, community and window-sill farmers across Mandurah. It aims to reuse, reduce waste to landfill and connect the local community. To find out more and registered your local patch, please visit Grow it Local.
We all feel better when we belong.
All Mandurah residents are encouraged to get neighbourly and connect with their neighbours.
There are a number of tools and resources available to help residents connect with their neighbours. Check out some tips and programs below and commit to touching base with your neighbours today.
Research has shown connecting with your neighbours is important for a number of reasons, including:
The City of Mandurah has developed 'Street Mates Mandurah', a neighbour resource with tips and ideas for connecting with your neighbours.
The Neighbour Resource Brochure contains:
View the Street Mates Mandurah brochure
To collect a hardcopy of the brochure email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit your local library.
If your neighbours need help while isolating or some support occasionally, you can pop one of our Friendly Neighbour Support Postcards in their letterbox or by their front door and let them know you are are available to help.
Pick up Support Postcards from one of our City libraries at Falcon, Lakelands and Mandurah or download from this page.
The City of Mandurah supports a Multicultural Networking Group that meet quarterly. For further information and to join the group please email email@example.com
The City's libraries also host conversational English classes across the Library facilities. For further information on session times, please contact a staff member at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 9550 3650.
Harmony Week runs from 15–21 March every year and encourages everyone to experience, explore and appreciate WA's wealth of cultural, religious, linguistic and ethnic diversity.
Harmony Week is a State Government multicultural community relations initiative.
Cultural diversity’s benefits
Harmony Week is an opportunity to consider the many benefits Mandurah gains from its culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) communities.
Benefits include job creation, improved skill levels, the introduction of new skills and networks, and improved economies of scale.
The economic advantages are also many. Our diverse communities link us strongly with the rest of the world and increase our competitiveness in this global market.
Harmony Week is an opportunity for all Western Australians to celebrate our diversity while working to remove barriers that still exist in the community.
What's on during Mandurah Harmony Week
Within each community there are people who want to step up and make a difference. Through our Community Ambassador program, we identify and support local bi-cultural and bi-lingual people to better connect their communities to mainstream services, support, and useful information.
In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic there has never been a more important time for Community Ambassadors than now! Five local people in the Mandurah area took up the volunteer role in 2020 to help connect the community. Each Community Ambassador has been provided a series of training sessions, on-going support from Multicultural Futures, and the City of Mandurah, and has in turn provided culturally appropriate workshops within their cultural community.
Have you recently checked your intercultural readiness?
Would you like to improve your engagement and connection with people from a migrant or refugee background?
Whether or not you think you are an ace when it comes to other cultures, or there is room for improvement, this is a great opportunity to check your intercultural readiness, up-skill and have fun while intercultural trainer extraordinaire, Rika Asoaka, takes you through the following topics.
More information on Free, See Me, See You! Training’ March and April 2022
As an addition to our fantastic Volunteer Lifeguard Services from our local surf clubs, Surf Lifesaving WA will be patrolling Mandurah's beaches again this summer.
This service has been designed to increase beach patrol services for the community in order to keep families, community members and visitors safe at our local beaches.