Lakelands Station


Residents in Lakelands, Madora Bay and surrounds will have a new travel option to choose from with the newest Mandurah Line station being built in Lakelands.

Located on the Mandurah Line between Warnbro and Mandurah stations, which are 23 kilometres apart, Lakelands Station will help ease the growing demand for public transport in the southern suburbs by reducing the need to travel significant distances to access train services.

More than 2,300 passengers are expected to board at Lakelands Station each day in 2023, growing to 3,500 in 2031.

The project will be jointly funded by the State and Commonwealth Governments, with 80 per cent funding coming from the Commonwealth.

Work is expected to begin in 2021.

Project Features

The station will be built on land specially set aside when the Mandurah Line was built and will include passenger parking, drop-off area, bus interchange and lockable cycling storage.

Lakelands Station will be accessed off Lake Valley Drive, with upgrades to part of it to allow for extra traffic movements in the area.

When the Mandurah Line was built this area was identified as a future location for a station. The rail alignment allows for the modular build of the station and platforms. To keep impacts to a minimum, more planning will continue to develop a simple design and construction approach.

More details of the construction method, station design, and managing impacts will be developed when the contractor is appointed in 2020.


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