The long-awaited $42million Mandurah Aquatic and Recreation Centre Redevelopment is well and truly underway with the Stage One Aquatics completed in September 2015 and the commencement of Stage Two in January 2016.

What's included in the Stage 2 Dry Centre Redevelopment?

  • New multi-purpose sports courts (x 2) including entry, foyer, administration, office, kiosk and first aid facilities;
  • New/renovated gymnasium and group fitness facilities;
  • New/renovated main entry, foyer, reception, cafe, retail and meeting facilities;
  • New/renovated administration facilities for staff;
  • New/renovated crèche facilities;
  • New/renovated toilet and changeroom facilities;
  • Renovated existing squash courts (x 3) facilities; and
  • New/renovated building facades.


What's happening right now?

The gymnasium and group fitness studio at Mandurah Aquatic and Recreation Centre has been relocated to Court 1 in the Stadium and basketball competitions are now delivered from Halls Head Recreation Centre, to allow for the extensive stage two construction works to take place.


The new car park across the road from the Mandurah Aquatic and Recreation Centre has been completed and overflow parking is still available on Rigel Reserve throughout the construction phase. Access the overflow parking area from Rigel Road.

The car park directly outside of the centre is restricted to ACROD parking only to allow easy access to the centre.


The old gymnasium and group fitness areas are being cordoned off for renovations. Walls are being erected in the stadium and reception for patron safety.

Court 1 and court 4 of the Stadium are no longer available for public use, court 2 and court 3 are still available but access is limited due to sports court booking. Please call to confirm availability before visiting the centre.

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