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Residents who are unable to physically move their bins to and from the kerbside due to a disability or illness can apply for a gopher or assisted bin collection service.
Once approved, the driver of the collection vehicle will collect the bins from an agreed location on the resident’s property, wheel the bins out to the truck for collection and return the bins to the original location. The assisted service is provided at no additional cost to residents.
The resident must make written application to the City for an Assisted Bin Collection service (gopher service) and include a letter of support from their medical professional.
For more information and/or to lodge your request for this service please contact the Waste Management Team at the City on 9550 3777 or by email email@example.com. You may also lodge your request in person at 3 Peel Street in Mandurah or by mail to City of Mandurah, PO Box 210, Mandurah 6210
To improve beach access, beach matting is located at:
Beach matting is installed for use during September until May (dependent on weather and storm surges).
Hippocampe Beach Wheelchair:
Track and Trail Beach Wheelchair
Note: The maximum weight limit for the chair and walker is 130kg.
A Hippocampe beach wheelchair, track & trail beach wheelchair and beach walker are available free for community use.
Bookings can be made by completing an application at the Mandurah Ocean Marina Chalets - where pickup and dropoff details will be provided.
The City of Mandurah supports Bins4Blokes, a national campaign promoting the installation of incontinence bins in male public toilets. For more information call 1800 330 0666 or visit www.bins4blokes.org.au.
Locations of male incontinence bins around Mandurah:
A Changing Place is a secure and clean bathroom specifically designed for people who need space and assistance to manage their bathroom needs while in the community and for whom universal access toilets are not suitable.
The Liberty Swing is designed for people who use wheelchairs, to experience the fun of being on a swing. Our two swings are located at the Eastern Foreshore on Mandurah Terrace and at Caterpillar Park on Park Road. A loan key can be borrowed from the Mandurah Visitors Centre. All Companion Card holders in Western Australia are eligible to receive a free MLAK key - the key used for opening most Changing Places Toilets and operating Liberty Swings. To find out how to get your free MLAK key contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1800 617 337.
The City interprets an accessible and inclusive community as one in which all functions, facilities and services are accessible to people with disability, providing them with the same opportunities as other people in the community.
With this in mind, the City of Mandurah Recreation Centres ensured that the redevelopment of the aquatic facilities allowed for accessibility features, such as:
We also provide specialised programs and welcome you to contact us to discuss which programs are available.
City of Mandurah MARC Accessibility Brochure
Accessible Word version - MARC Accessibility Brochure
The centre has an Adult accessible change room, with adjustable hand basin, hoist and wash down bed.
We offer 4 x Wet wheelchairs and ramps to all pool, and a portable hoist for all pools and spa
We accept Assistant Dogs to all areas of the Centre.
Assistant Dogs must have their identification vest on.
For access to the pools, please see the Aquatics Management Team for the health and well-being of your dog.
At the MARC, we have a fully accessible gym with
We cater for all abilities with our lessons. We are able to modify our class numbers should a student wish to participate in a group lesson and is able to do all the skills.
Our swim teachers also provide private one -to -one swimming lessons. We can arrange to do these when the pool is quieter if needed. Students can enter using the hoist, ramp or side of the pool.
All teachers have access and inclusion qualifications. We are able to adapt the stroke to teach survival skills no matter what the ability of the swimmer.
We aim to provide quality Children’s activities for all, including Children from a variety of different backgrounds and abilities, as well as those who may need additional support.
Feel free to speak to any of our instructor’s about your child’s progress and needs.
We ask to be advised prior to your child’s class if your child has any medical or learning needs that we may need to be aware of.
The MARC often holds different events at the Centre where all abilities are welcome to participate.
Past events include Wheelchair Basketball, Wheelchair Rugby and Water polo.
The City has a diverse range of beautiful parks, stunning foreshore areas and natural reserves to explore.
To access reviews of local parks, and to share your own experiences, download Spinal Life’s Accessible Australia mobile app or visit https://www.accessibleaustralia.com.au/
The following parks include a range of features to increase participation for people with disability so that everyone can enjoy Mandurah’s beautiful outdoor spaces.
The National Toilet Map displays toilets on an interactive map according to your location or preferences with the best match at the top of the list. Use the Find tab to search locations and to change preferences. Alternatively, if you would like a view a list of public toilets, please visit the Public Toilets page.
View the National Toilet Map of public toilets
The Universal Access Map displays Central Mandurah’s bus routes, ACROD parking and accessible toilets.