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For all the latest updates and facts on COVID-19, please visit the WA Department of Health, the WA State Government, or call the coronavirus health information line on 13 COVID (13 268 43).
28 January, 2022
City of Mandurah COVID-19 Update: Proof of COVID-19 vaccination required for high-risk venues.
From Monday 31 January, proof of vaccination requirements will expand to apply to venues and events state-wide, and now include new higher-risk venues.
Following these directions from the WA government, proof of vaccination will be required to enter the City of Mandurah’s recreation centres, seniors and community centre and larger community events.
The WA Government recently launched the ServiceWA app – a secure mobile application that will help with proof of vaccination requirements. Find more information on the ServiceWA app.
You can also show proof of vaccination either in a digital or paper-based form, along with acceptable forms of identification if you do not use the ServiceWA app to show proof.
All City of Mandurah facilities, including the MARC, Libraries, Seniors Centre, Museum, CASM, Youth Centre, Waste Management Facility have mandatory mask and sign-in register. It is recommended you wear a mask outdoors where physical distancing is not possible.
Other COVID safe protective measures, such as hand hygiene, staying home when unwell and physical distancing remain essential measures.
For more info, please visit the WA State Government website.
Last updated: 28 January, 2022
We will provide updates as operational details are finalised.
- All City of Mandurah facilities, including the MARC, Libraries, Seniors Centre, Museum, CASM, Youth Centre, Waste Management Facility have mandatory mask and sign-in register. It is recommended you wear a mask outdoors where physical distancing is not possible.
Please see individual webpages or City Facebook pages, or call the venue for more information.
Masks are mandatory indoors, on public transport. Mask-wearing mandatory except for primary school students and those who are exempt. Masks are not required outdoors, but people should use common sense and take a mask with them whenever they leave home. Other COVID safe protective measures, such as hand hygiene, staying home when unwell and physical distancing remain essential measures.
You are legally required to sign in at all City facilities using the ServiceWA app or sign the provided contact register.
For further details on the current restrictions please visit wa.gov.au:
What you can and can't do
Your bins will be collected as normal during the transition period. Please put your bins out on your verge by 6am on your normal bin day.