The first design images for Lakelands Station were unveiled on Tuesday.
Perth-based ADCO Constructions was awarded the contract in January to design and build the station, which will be located 7km north of Mandurah Station off Lake Valley Drive to service the suburbs of Lakelands, Madora Bay, Meadow Springs and surrounds.
The new station will include a pedestrian overpass connecting platforms on either side of the rail line, cycling facilities, bus interchange, toilets, about 400-bay carpark, pedestrian and cyclist-friendly pathways, and landscaping featuring native species.
Work will begin in July and 200 jobs are expected to be created during construction.
Meanwhile, the $32 million Metronet Mandurah Station multi-storey carpark is underway, with construction at the halfway mark.
Concrete pours are currently underway on levels 1 and 2 and are expected to continue until July. Once complete, work can begin on installing services. When complete the carpark will increase parking capacity at the station to about 1800 bays.
The project is being delivered by local Balcatta company PS Structures and is estimated to support up to 120 local jobs.
Both projects are jointly funded by the state and federal governments. The federal government has contributed 80 per cent of funding towards Lakelands Station and 50 per cent of funding to the Mandurah Multi-Storey Carpark project.
Federal Canning MP Andrew Hastie said he was excited for both projects.
"I grew up catching two trains and a bus to school every day, so I understand how access to public transport will provide greater mobility and opportunity for people in Mandurah," he said.
Premier Mark McGowan said he was a regular user of the Mandurah Line.
"I try and catch the train from Rockingham as often as I can, so I know how popular the Mandurah Line is with commuters," Mr McGowan said.
"Adding a new station at Lakelands and increasing parking capacity at Mandurah Station will mean more people will be able to access and catch the train to and from Perth.
"Combined with our election commitment to cap fares at two zones, these Metronet projects mean better access to public transport while also creating and supporting local jobs."
WA Transport Minister Rita Saffioti said it was important to have a pipeline of work available for local businesses and local workers, coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic,
"When construction starts in July, Lakelands Station will be our 10th Metronet project," she said.
"The Mandurah Line completely transformed the way commuters from the southern suburbs travel and a new station at Lakelands and new multi-storey carpark at Mandurah will encourage more people onto our trains."