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The Mandurah Performing Arts Centre started around mid 1980s when members of the community started have the general notion for a cultural centre in Mandurah to serve the needs of the increasing rate on Peel Region. In 1994 the Western Australia State Government made a prioritized the funding and construction of a cultural centre in Mandurah.
The official opening of Mandurah Performing Arts Centre was in June 1997 which was funded by the State Government of Western Australia and the City of Mandurah. Architects Hames Sharley created the design and constructed by Cooper & Oxley Builders. The said Performing Arts centre amounting to $16m won some numerous awards like the Civic Design Award in 1997. The Performing Arts Centre was also featured in the International Architecture Year Book No 5 which showcases the best public buildings in the world.
The Performing Arts Centre’s facilities have been designed around glassed foyer areas which offer sweeping views over the city centre and Mandjar Bay. Comprising the Boardwalk Theatre, the Fishtrap Theatre and the Alcoa Mandurah Art Gallery, the Centre is an icon for the performing and visual arts in the Peel Region.
The centre also has some other facilities that includes a Dance Studio,executive and regular meeting/conference rooms, big dressing rooms for the performers and retreat areas.
This company is proud to be a part of such a exciting city.
Driving From Panton Road, Mandurah, WA to Ormsby Terrace, Mandurah WA
- Take Panton Rd and Canton Fairway to National Route 1
1 min (400 m)
- Turn right onto National Route 1
1 min (650 m)
- Turn left onto Gordon Rd
42 s (450 m)
- Turn left onto Mandurah Terrace
2 min (1.3 km)
- Take Ormsby Terrace to James Service Pl
3 min (1.7 km)
Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
Ormsby Terrace, Mandurah WA 6210, Australia