Make Place to bring festive cheer at Christmas Party and Makers Lane launch

On Friday night, Make Place is hosting their community Christmas Party.

All members of the community are invited to join Mandurah’s coworking hub, who are putting on live music, food and drink.

The annual event was held last year for the first time with over 100 attendees who relaxed out in the laneway or danced the night away inside.

This year’s line-up includes local musicians Nate Lansdell, Dave Feenstra, John Read, Gavin Souness and Matt Hantler.

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Gourmet hotdogs with all the trimmings are on the menu, which is included in ticket price, with a $5 cash bar for drinks.

Make Place chief executive officer Rhys Williams said he was thrilled that Make Place would host another community Christmas party and hopes to see community groups and businesses take up the invitation.

“Both Christmas and Make Place are all about bringing people together to connect and celebrate achievements,” Mr Williams said. 

“There are so many great businesses and community members around Mandurah that deserve to let their hair down after a big year.

“I’d especially encourage those small businesses, consultants and start-ups that wouldn’t have a party themselves to take the time out and join ours, the more the merrier.”

The night will also celebrate the launch of Makers Lane, which is the laneway that sits beside Make Place.

Makers Lane was a place activation project that involved a massive mural collaboration with Emma Blyth, Mandurah Primary and community volunteers along with garden and seating donated by local businesses.

The party kicks off at Make Place at 7pm.

Tickets can be purchased for $20 from

For more information visit the Facebook event via