Mandurah Station Multi-Storey Car Park

Overview

The Mandurah Station multi-storey car park will help ease the growing demand for more passenger parking at Mandurah Station and encourage more commuters to use public transport. The project is joint-funded by the State and Federal governments.

More than 70 per cent of Mandurah Station passengers currently access the station by car, with the existing car park reaching 90 per cent capacity by around 9am on weekdays. The new ground plus two-level facility will increase the station’s parking capacity by about 700 bays, to around 1800 bays in total. 

The project, along with a new station at Lakelands and planning for another at Karnup, will future-proof access to the public transport network for communities in these areas, as well as for those in the wider Peel region. 

Construction on the project will start later this year. 

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Project Features

The new multi-storey car park will be built within the footprint of the existing northern station car park and will include: 
  • Three levels of parking (ground level plus two storeys) totalling around 1300 bays,
  • An open top deck and staircases, 
  • Adequate lighting for pedestrians,
  • CCTV cameras,
  • Lifts,
  • SmartParker machines,
  • A mixed-screen façade to provide visual amenity. 
The car park will be designed to maximise security, making use of natural light and ventilation, while providing protection from the elements where possible. Use of the new multi-storey car park will cost the same as parking at any other Transperth station, which is currently charged at $2 per 24hr period or part thereof.  
The project will also include:

  • Modifications to Galgoyl Road to create dedicated access to the new multi-storey car park, as well as a new emergency access point to the existing bus depot,
  • Relocation of the existing Transperth staff parking compound from the northern station car park to the southern station car park, and
  • Consolidation and upgrade of the station’s bike parking facilities. 
Construction on the project will start later this year. 

Mandurah Multi-level Carpark Map

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Construction

Existing entry and exit roads to Mandurah Station will remain open during construction; however, the northern station car park, where the new multi-storey facility will be built, will be closed. Prior to the closure, a temporary passenger car park will be established in the vacant block of land bordered by Morfitt Street and Galgoyl Road. The temporary car park will not offset all of the bays to be closed during construction, so passengers will be encouraged to find alternative means of accessing the station where possible (e.g. by bus, getting dropped off, carpooling, cycling or walking).    

Passengers will be notified well in advance of the car park closure, with more information about specific Transperth bus routes servicing the surrounding suburbs.   

Nearby residents and businesses will receive information about potential construction impacts as they become known.  

Community

Keeping the community informed is a key project priority. Community members can stay up to date in a number of ways:

  • Register for project updates
  • Follow METRONET on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube
  • Email info@metronet.wa.gov.au or call 9326 3666 with your queries

Your feedback on Mandurah Station Multi-Storey Car Park

We’d like to thank the 772 people who took the time to complete our recent survey and provide their thoughts on the project. 

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Security, accessibility and cost of parking were also of high importance to the community,  download our fact sheet to find out how we’re addressing these points.

Your feedback is being shared with the project team to consider as the project progresses.


Project Documents

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