Learn about Peel Wellness Wednesday and find out where things are.
Let’s start the walk through of the event with where it is. The Wellness Wednesday event will be held on the Eastern Foreshore. This is the side of the foreshore where all of the cafes are.
You can park at Tod’s Café, on Hackett Street, or on Mandurah Terrace.
There are ACROD parking bays available along Mandurah Terrace and also at the parking area near Tod’s Café.
You can also catch the bus to the event or have someone drop you off.
The Wellness Wednesday event will have market stalls, activities, entertainment and community groups will be providing information about the services they provide.
There will be a man walking around and speaking into a microphone. You do not have to speak to this man. This man is called the Master of Ceremonies, or just MC for the event.
You will be able to walk/wheel from one side of the foreshore (bridge end) to the other end (Tods Café end).
The main area of the event will be at the Eastern Foreshore Reserve.
There will be other people walking on the footpaths.
There are public toilets on the Eastern Foreshore that will be open for use.
There are separate male and female toilets.
There is a wheelchair accessible toilet on both the male and female side of the toilet block.
There is a Changing Places facility near Tods Café (next to the Mandurah Visitors Centre).
A Changing Places facility has an adult change table as well as a shower and a wheelchair accessible toilet.
You will need a key to open this facility. You can contact the City of Mandurah to request a key (Fiona.Allen@mandurah.wa.gov.au, 9550 3256) or, you can borrow a key from the Mandurah Visitors Centre.
There are also male, female and a standard wheelchair accessible toilet at this toilet block.