Mandurah set to ring in the New Year in spectacular fashion

Mandurah’s eastern foreshore.
Mandurah’s eastern foreshore.

MANDURAH’s eastern foreshore will come alive on Sunday with a range of entertainment, activities, two spectacular firework displays and free family fun for all ages.

The City of Mandurah’s community New Year’s Eve celebrations will see more than 25,000 people welcome in the New Year and join in a safe, family friendly environment from 6pm until midnight.

The line-up includes a live DJ, disco lights, roving entertainment and amusement rides.

The kids will be kept entertained with the popular youth area with activities including amusements, totem tennis, WiiU games, air hockey, photo booth and oversize games.

The first firework display will light up the sky at 9am with the second show at midnight.

A free shuttle bus will be doing the rounds from Mandurah train station to Mandurah Visitors Centre every 20 minutes from 6pm until 1am with a wheelchair-accessible bus every 40 minutes.

The event is a family-friendly, alcohol, and smoke free event and police will take a no-tolerance approach to anyone consuming alcohol on the foreshore.

Road and water closures will be in place with Mandurah Terrace closed between Cooper Street and Pinjarra Road between 5pm on Sunday and 1am on January 1.