Mandurah Aquatic and Recreation Centre officially opened

Cannning MHR Andrew Hastie and Mandurah Mayor Marina Vergone.
Cannning MHR Andrew Hastie and Mandurah Mayor Marina Vergone.

THE City of Mandurah celebrated the official completion of sporting, aquatic and recreational facilities on Saturday that will meet the needs of Mandurah’s booming population and beyond.

The redevelopment of Mandurah Aquatic and Recreation Centre was officially opened by Mandurah Mayor Marina Vergone and Canning MHR Andrew Hastie.

The celebrations included a tour of stage 2, a VIP cocktail function and an SBL basketball game.

Stage 2 of the overall $42 million redevelopment includes two new multi-purpose sports courts including entry, foyer, administration, office, café and first aid facilities, a new gymnasium and group fitness facilities, a new main entry, foyer, reception, cafe, retail and meeting facilities, new staff administration facilities, new creche facilities, new toilet and change room facilities, renovated existing squash court facilities and new building faces.

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