Mandurah Forum drives tourism with free petrol

Centre manager Jacqueline McKenzie and Mayor Rhys Williams at Mandurah Forum.
Centre manager Jacqueline McKenzie and Mayor Rhys Williams at Mandurah Forum.

A CLEVER campaign is encouraging visitors from further afield to spend summer days in Mandurah.

Mandurah Forum is attracting people living at least 40km outside Mandurah into town by offering more than $30,000 worth of fuel vouchers.

On Sundays throughout December and January, the first 75 visitors to Mandurah Forum who live more than 40km away will receive a complimentary $50 fuel voucher.

Centre manager Jacqueline McKenzie said the offer was designed to make it as easy as possible for people to visit Mandurah.

“Mandurah Forum is a hub of shopping, dining and family entertainment, with major and specialty retailers like David Jones, Seed and Decjuba to which people living outside Perth and its northern suburbs have fairly limited access,’’ Ms McKenzie said.

“We are offering free fuel to cover the trip and with our free shaded parking, it’s an incredibly cost-effective day out for families to visit and spend some time together this summer.

“Mandurah is a much-loved summer destination and we want to share it with those who may not have visited for some time because of the travel involved.”

Visitors to Mandurah Forum, regardless of where they live, will also have the chance to win a 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe, valued at more than $40,000, if they visit before December 20.

“With your fuel paid for and the chance to win a brand new SUV, there are so many reasons to make the trip to Mandurah this summer,” Ms McKenzie said.