Mandurah Estuary Bridge Duplication

Mandurah Road

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Construction of a second bridge alongside Mandurah Estuary Bridge.

Mandurah Bridge over river surrounded by trees

What's happening

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Our MySay Transport survey has recently closed and we’re now reviewing the feedback received to help inform the ongoing design and development process.

Project development activities continue 

Activities include:

  • Environmental and heritage investigations and approvals
  • Project scoping and concept design
  • Stakeholder consultation
  • Project procurement and contract preparation

Originally constructed in the 1980s, Mandurah Estuary Bridge was designed to be duplicated when required due to increased traffic.

With population growth in Perth, Mandurah, Peel and the wider South West regions increasing since this time, this demand has now been reached.

Project development for construction of a second, two-lane bridge, on the south side of the current one, is underway. The project will also include construction of a new shared path to improve connectivity and a universally accessible recreational fishing platform.



connectivity & safety


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