Alcohol Related Initiatives

Mandurah Liquor Accord

The City of Mandurah supports the Mandurah Liquor Accord. The Accord began in March 2012 with current members including taverns, bottle shops, bars and sporting clubs.

The aim of the Mandurah Liquor Accord is to help local licensees work better together, to reduce alcohol related crime, violence and anti-social behaviour in Mandurah.

Members aim to develop safe and well-managed areas in and around licensed premises. They adopt a range of strategies to create a safer Mandurah.


How to join:

All local licensees are invited to join the Mandurah Liquor Accord. To join, complete a membership form then scan and email the form to the Safer Mandurah team. You can also download a copy of the Terms of Reference, Strategic Outcomes and our latest newsletter.


The Mandurah Liquor Accord goals are:

  • To facilitate, administer and evaluate the effectiveness of the Accord under the direction of the Committee.
  • To promote well-managed licensed premises to provide environments that prevent drunkenness and anti-social behaviour
  • To promote the responsible service of alcohol in licensed venues
  • To minimise social disruption, anti-social behaviour, crime and violence around licensed venues and within the CBD and surrounds

Current members:

  • Brighton Hotel
  • Bouvard Tavern
  • City of Mandurah
  • Cobblers Bar and Cafe
  • Greenfields Liquor Store
  • Liquor Barons - Port Mandurah
  • Liquorland
  • Mandurah Cruises
  • Mandurah Offshore Fishing and Sailing Club
  • Mandurah Taxis
  • Murphy’s Irish Pub
  • Oceanic Bar and Grill
  • Oyster Bar Mandurah
  • Peel Ale House
  • Peel Thunder Football Club
  • Players Bar
  • South Metro Population Health Unit
  • Stage Door Waterfront Restaurant
  • The Monkey Bar and Lounge
  • The Sebel Mandurah
  • The Peninsular Bar and Restaurant
  • Toucan Club

Supportive Agencies:

  • Australian Hotels Association
  • Department of Racing, Gaming and Liquor
  • Mental Health Commission (previously Drug and Alcohol Office)
  • WA Police – Mandurah station and Liquor Enforcement Unit