Community members will be wowed by a stunning light display when the new Mandurah Bridge lights up during a celebration event this Sunday.
From 4.30pm this Sunday residents are invited to attend a Mandurah Bridge celebration picnic to mark the completion of the traffic bridge replacement project.
The $53 million project wrapped earlier this month with a new grassed area on the Halls Head side.
Stories and pictures that celebrate Mandurah’s rich social history will also be incorporated into the celebration with an exhibition at the Mandurah Community Museum and guided walking tours on offer.
Families can hear talks from Mandurah MLA David Templeman and Mandurah Mayor Rhys Williams from 5.30pm with the light show expected to get underway from 7.00pm.
There'll be live music, market stalls and children's activities on offer with free parking available on Hall Park.
The Old Mandurah Traffic Bridge Replacement project is a joint project led by the State Government (Main Roads WA and Royalties for Regions) with support from the City of Mandurah.
A commemorative plaque will be unveiled by Hon Rita Saffioti MLA Minister for Transport, Planning and Lands.