Mandurah residents have chance to grab timber from Old Mandurah Traffic Bridge

Members of the public are being offered timber from the Old Mandurah Traffic Bridge.
Members of the public are being offered timber from the Old Mandurah Traffic Bridge.

RESIDENTS have a special opportunity to take home a slice of Mandurah’s history, with pieces of timber from the Old Mandurah Traffic Bridge being offered to the community.

City of Mandurah has determined the amount of reusable wood reclaimed from the Mandurah Traffic Bridge Replacement project, some of which will be used in parks and gardens for everyone to enjoy.

As promised throughout the bridge replacement process, the City will now be able to share some of the timber with individuals and groups in the community, to secure a special part of Mandurah’s past.

Mandurah residents, and those who own property in the City, are invited to register their interest for a piece of the limited commemorative timber.

The amount of wood available to each person will be determined once the City confirms how many people are interested.

To register your interest, go to haveyoursaymandurah.com.au and make sure to include your name, address and email address in order to be considered.

The terms and conditions of registration are listed on Have Your Say Mandurah.

Community members will have until Friday, May 18 to register.

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