City of Mandurah's public facilities now closed

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Read the statement from the City.

The City of Mandurah’s public spaces including leisure, recreation and other outdoor facilities are now closed following new social distancing measures announced by the Federal and State Governments around public gatherings, to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

The closures will include playgrounds, outdoor exercise equipment, community centres, skate parks and barbecue areas, with barbecues being turned off and unavailable from tonight. Some public ablutions and drinking fountains will also be closed.

These measures will help to protect our community from COVID-19 through social distancing.

For the latest information on COVID-19, City of Mandurah residents can go to, the Healthy WA website ( and Facebook page, or

The following websites are very useful, including the actions community members can take to prevent the spread of infection:

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