The Christmas season is already upon us. Find out what's going on.

'Tis the Season to be Jolly

Thank you to everyone who made our Christmas Party at MOFSC such a success.

Please click here for some photos.
We are grateful to Geoff Campbell aka Santa, to the MOFSC staff who couldn’t have been more accommodating, to our events committee and, last but not least, to the generous committee member (who would like to remain anonymous) for donating some amazing door prizes. Well done to the three lucky winners.

It's the Mandurah Christmas Pageant this evening (Friday) at 6pm followed by fireworks at 8.30pm.
Don't forget to have your Christmas lights on by 2nd December which is the date of the
Camp Quality Cruise.

Register your lights with Synergy to win a share of $10,000 worth of prizes.
Find out more here.


Santa on the Canals

The PMRA Committee will be packing hundreds of bags of lollies on 16th December in readiness for Santa's visit to the canals on Christmas Eve.

Both occasions are followed by a barbecue to thank all the volunteers who have helped. Please contact us if you'd like to assist with any of PMRA's activities.

Holiday Homes

Please consider your neighbours if you rent out your home to holiday makers.
Make it a condition of the bond that they won't get their money back if more than one neighbour complains about their behaviour.

Please click here for the City of Mandurah's Holiday Home Complaint Handling Procedure.

The Economics and Industry Standing Committee will investigate and report on the adequacy of the regulation of short-term holiday letting (such as AirBnB) in WA.
For more information visit the website here.
Thank you to Councillor Peter Rogers for alerting us to this.

City of Mandurah Jetties, Waterways and Marina Amendment Local Law 2018

Council adopted this proposal for advertising
on 13th November.
We will keep you updated.

Please support our sponsors
Volunteer fishers needed to help monitor Mandurah's artificial reef

Murdoch University researchers are looking for recreational fishers in the Peel region to help scientists monitor the artificial reefs located off local coastlines.

The reefs are designed to benefit recreational fishers by concentrating popular species such as pink snapper, trevally and samson fish. The only way to check they are working is by monitoring them.
Find out more about the Reef Vision project courtesy of the Mandurah Mail.

Need to be seen: vessel registration sticker and number

Skippers are being reminded to properly display their vessel registration sticker and number.
DoT has produced a new Vessel Registration brochure, providing information about the type of vessels that need to be registered and details on the type, size, colour and placement of the registration number and sticker.
Please click here for more information.


Old4New Lifejacket Upgrades

These are available at boat ramps and community events giving people access to lifejacket information and advice on maintenance. The next event in Mandurah is at the Breakwater Boat Ramp (next to the Water Police building) on 
Sunday 9th December from 9:00 am - 10:00 am.

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