Mandurah Matters campaign moves forward

The Mandurah Matters campaign is preparing to move forward, with the local community and businesses again invited to take part. 

More than 1,600 people have already had their say through the online survey.

A number of Think Tank workshops will be held in late January and early February to further explore what matters most to our community by looking deeper and prioritising the focus areas already identified – environment, economic, social and health.

The workshops will be open to all community members, but spaces will be limited so residents are encouraged to reserve their place as soon as possible.

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A workshop on Tuesday, January 29 from 2pm-4pm and another on Wednesday, February 6 will focus on environment and economic themes.

A workshop on Tuesday, January 29 from 6pm-8pm and another on Wednesday, February 6 from 2pm-4pm will focus on social and health themes.

All workshops will be held at David Gray's Arena (formerly Bendigo Bank Stadium) at the Rushton Park Facility on Dower Street, Mandurah.

Mandurah Matters was launched in October last year to encourage the community to share their thoughts and aspirations for the city and facilitate the creation of a shared future vision for Mandurah.

For more information, or to register for a workshop, visit the Mandurah Matters website.