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Promoting Mental Wellbeing in Mandurah

mentalwellbeing.org.au

Wellness Wednesday

for Mental Health Week

Coming up on 5th October 2022

10am to 2pm

on the Mandurah Eastern Foreshore Reserve

Public Notice

A look back at Wellness Wednesday 2021

6th October 2021
10am to 2pm

Countdown to Peel Wellness Wednesday 2021

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Wellness Wednesday has happened for 2020 - get in touch if you would like to participate in Wellness Wednesday 2021!
Days
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Wellness Wednesday has happened for 2020 - get in touch if you would like to participate in Wellness Wednesday 2021!

for our mental wellbeing

Supporting mental health and participating in events like Wellness Wednesday helps our community

Let’s make the world a better place for ourselves and each other

Get involved, get informed and let’s get together!

Information Stands

Health & community services will be providing information from their stalls

Entertainment

Music, dancing and family fun activities will be provided during the event

Market Stalls

Crafts and produce from local businesses and organisations
MC Graham Carter

Event MC: Graham Carter

Graham will be roaming the event and chatting with visitors and event participants during the day.

Event & Mental Health Information

Located on the Mandurah Eastern Foreshore

Event Map

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Getting there

Public Transport

The Wellness Wednesday event is located at the northern end of the Eastern Foreshore Reserve, next to Mandurah Terrace.
Save the bother of parking and catch pubic transport to our event.

The 582 bus runs from Mandurah Train Station to the Mandurah foreshore.
Bus departs from Mandurah Bus Station Stand A2 to Mandurah Tce Before Hackett St (bus stop 17704).

Where to Park

  • Mandurah Terrace – Diagonal parking bays available along the foreshore area. 2 hour limit. ACROD parking.
  • Mandurah Foreshore carpark – opposite Murphy’s Bar. Central parking, 3 hour limit.
  • Mandurah Terrace carpark – small carpark next to Tods Café – Northern end of foreshore between Hackett and Cooper Streets. 3 hour limit. ACROD parking.
  • Mandurah Terrace Carpark – between Peel St and Hackett St.  Parking for buses, electric car recharge point, close to public toilet and changing place, 3 hour limit. ACROD parking.
  • Mandurah Performing Arts Centre carpark – access via Ormsby Terrace.  Very large carpark. All day parking, 5 min scenic walk to event along the boardwalk. ACROD parking.

There is more parking available throughout the area. To find more parking options, click on the link below to view the City of Mandurah’s parking information brochure. 

There is more parking available throughout the area. To find more parking options, click on the link below to view the City of Mandurah’s parking information brochure. 

Accessibility and Facilities

Accessible Unisex Public Toilets

Eastern Foreshore Toilet Facility near Mandurah Tce and Tuckey Street

Mandurah Foreshore Public Toilets located behind the Mandurah Visitor’s Centre near Mandurah Tce and Hackett Street.

Changing Places

Changing Places – includes an adult sized changing table, ceiling hoist, a peninsular toilet, privacy screen, and additional circulation space to meet the needs of people with complex disabilities and their carers.

Mandurah foreshore Public toilets and Changing Places is located behind the Mandurah Visitor’s Centre.

A key is required to access Changing Places. You can request a key from the Mandurah Visitor’s Centre.

For more information about changing places, go to this City of Mandurah website page:

Changing Places – includes an adult sized changing table, ceiling hoist, a peninsular toilet, privacy screen, and additional circulation space to meet the needs of people with complex disabilities and their carers.

Mandurah foreshore Public toilets and Changing Places is located behind the Mandurah Visitor’s Centre.

A key is required to access Changing Places. You can request a key from the Mandurah Visitor’s Centre.

For more information about changing places, go to this City of Mandurah website page:
https://www.mandurah.wa.gov.au/explore/getting-around/Changing-Places

Wellness Wednesday Organisers

working together to create this event
Peel Consumer Advisory Group logo -
Peel Consumer Advisory Group
Nidjalla Waangan Mia logo
Nidjalla Waangan Mia
WA Gov - Mental Health Commission - South Metropolitan Health Service logo
Peel Mental Health

Learn about the organisers behind Wellness Wednesday here

Our Awesome Supporters

Supporters of this event for mental wellbeing.

Our Event Participants

helping to make it a great day for everyone
Rotary Club - Mandurah Districts logo
Rotary Club of Mandurah
WAOH logo
Western Australia Ostomy Association
Filipino Health Workers Association
Filipino Australian Health Workers Peel
atWork Australia
Inclusive Mandurah
Inclusive Mandurah
Peel Community Legal Services logo
Peel Community Legal Service
Just Joey Marsupial Care
Mandurah Just Joey Marsupial Care
K9 Rescue Group
K9 Rescue Group
Lions Club of Mandurah logo
Lions Club of Mandurah
Mandurah Southern Districts Volunteer Bush Fire Service
Mandurah Southern Districts Volunteer Bush Fire Service
Peel Multicultural Association
Peel Multicultural Association
Street Net Youth Services
Street Net Youth Services
Heart Weaves logo
Megan Reda: Heart Weaves
Ermentrude Community Care
Eventrude Community Care

Wellness Wednesday Videos

See more videos of the event and information about mental health on our YouTube channel.
Play Video

Song: Open Up Your Heart by Jack River

Do you need help now?

Listed below are website links and phone numbers for essential
mental health emergency support services.

Metro callers – Phone 1300 555 788 (local call)

Peel callers – Free call 1800 676 822 (free from land line only)