Latest News - Landscaping works progressing
Landscaping at Mandurah Junction is progressing well. Just a friendly reminder that from Wednesday, 8 May, parking won't be allowed on the verges along Galgoyl Street and Stirling Grove. We'll be busy with landscaping works. If you have any parking questions, you can call Transperth on 13 62 13, or LandCorp on 1300 730 435.
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House and land packages are available through Impressions - The Home Builder. These single storey home designs offer a choice of 1 or 2 bedrooms complete with stylish open plan living, modern facilities and a functional floorplan.
We are transforming a 15ha site located next to Mandurah train station into a high quality residential development for up to 2,000 people, offering a vibrant community with a distinctive laid-back Mandurah vibe.
The development will be pedestrian and bicycle-friendly and retain significant public open space featuring creative public art.
A variety of housing choices will be offered with high sustainability and efficiency standards to help in reducing ongoing household energy. Mandurah Junction’s proximity to the train station will assist in reducing household transport costs.
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Landscaping of Mandurah Junction is now underway
The landscaping works will create three new parks and recreation areas at Mandurah Junction.
The landscaping works will create:
• Barbeque and picnic areas
• Interactive public art
• Walking and cycling tracks
• A future community garden
• Kickabout area
There will also be extensive street-scaping in Mandurah Junction along the roadways.
The landscaping works will commence in November 2012 and we expect completion in mid 2013.
Approximately 650 new trees – mainly native species such as paper bark, jarrah and tuart - will be planted throughout the public open space and streetscape in Mandurah Junction over the duration of the project. This is in addition to the trees which have been retained on site. A large proportion of the new trees will be planted during Stage One of the project.
For more information, view our Q&A's
For key project dates, visit the development update page