Parking in Mandurah is free, however some parking stations and streets have time limits and is indicated by signage. It is the drivers responsibility to park safely and adhere to parking requirements.
Vehicles must not stop in these areas unless required by an authorised person or traffic control device.
Vehicles may stop to immediately pick up or drop off goods or persons. The driver must not move away from the vehicle any more than 3 metres and must not stay in the No Parking area for more than 2 minutes.
You cannot stop a vehicle in a loading zone unless it is:
These bays are for people with disabilities and issued with an ACROD permit, which must be current and fully visible. ACROD permit holders are given twice the amount of time shown on the sign.
Restrictions apply. The Forum security staff have the authority to issue fines for parking offences in the Centre's car park.
Did you know there are five all day/all night, untimed car parks within six minutes walk of the Marina? View the parking map here.
Parking stations and some streets have sign posted time limits. A vehicle must leave the area after the time limit and not return before a 2 hour period has elapsed. Moving a vehicle within the same parking area or facility to avoid time detection is an offence.
Vehicles must not stay in excess of 24 hours without approval from the City (otherwise they may be deemed as abandoned).
Vehicles are not to stop within 10 metres of the carriageway at an intersecting road unless required to do so by an authorised person.
Vehicles must park facing the same direction as the traffic flow.
Vehicles must not park on or over any footpath or pedestrian crossing.
Pedestrian vehicles are not to stop within 18 metres of these locations unless required to do so by an authorised person or traffic control device.
Vehicles are not to stop within 9 metres at the above locations unless required to do so by an authorised person or traffic control device.
Vehicles must park within a marked bay. Where the vehicle or trailer is longer than the bay, it must be parked in no more than two bays.
Vehicles are not permitted to be parked on a street or parking facility if the vehicle is exposed for sale or for the purpose of effecting repairs to it, other than the minimum repairs necessary to enable the vehicle to be safely moved.
You must not park on a verge without the consent of the owner or occupier. You cannot stop a vehicle (other than a bicycle), bus, trailer or caravan unattached to a motor vehicle when any portion of it is on a verge. This does not apply to the person if they are the owner or occupier of the premises or are authorised by the owner or occupier of the premises to stop the vehicle with any portion of it on the verge.
This does not apply to commercial vehicles being loaded or unloaded for reasonable purposes (but not for any period exceeding 3 hours), provided no obstruction is caused to any vehicle or person using a carriageway or path.
A vehicle that is left unattended and stationary on any public land may be deemed to be abandoned.
What can be done if I see an abandoned vehicle?
The details of the vehicle and location can be reported to the City of Mandurah Ranger Services.
Rangers will attend and place a sticker on the vehicle requesting it is removed within 24 hours. If it is not removed it will be towed to the impound facility at the vehicle owners expense.
Contact Ranger Services to advise of an abandoned vehicle.
A person shall not park a vehicle or any combination of vehicles that is 7.5 metres or more in length or exceeds a GVM of 4.5 tonnes on a:
No licensed or unlicensed commercial vehicle should be parked or remain stationery fro more than two hours on any land zoned Residential, Urban Development, Canal, Rural Residential or City Centre Development, where the predominant land use is residential unless:
ACROD Parking Permits are managed through the National Disability Services ACROD Parking Program. You can apply for a permit and report lost ones through their website.
Please Note: ACROD Parking Permits are not assessed or approved by Ranger Services.
When a vehicle is impounded, City Officers contact the last known registered owner to advise of the vehicle's whereabouts. Should the owner wish to reclaim their vehicle, they will be required to pay the necessary fee prior to release. An infringement may be issued.
$150 Day one (includes recovery of towing costs) plus $30 per day thereafter
All fees can be paid at the City of Mandurah Administration Offices or by direct arrangement with a Ranger out of business hours.
Visit the impounded vehicles page for currently impounded vehicles.
The use of trail bikes, quads and other off-road vehicles is prohibited on public land in the City of Mandurah. Trail riding on beaches, foreshores and bushland is also prohibited. These activities should be reported to Ranger Services immediately on 9550 3777.
Riding on private property is allowed provided you have written permission from the land owner and is restricted to 2 hours per day.
Riding unlicensed vehicles on the road or footpath is extremely dangerous and should be reported to police immediately on 131 444 or via Crime Stoppers online.
Parking infringements can be paid online or in person at one of the following locations.
It is a legal requirement that all appeals be submitted in writing.
You can do this in the following ways:
Please include copies of any receipts, permits and information relevant to your claim.
The City's Parking Officers patrol school zones daily to encourage the safe flow of traffic.
Common complaints at schools are stopping/parking: