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Dredging at last!
Dredging of the Northern Entrance of the Port Mandurah Canals has finally commenced. The delay was caused by the major refit of
Coopers Dredge "Swan" which has started removing the accumulated
sediment adjacent to Henry Sutton Reserve and will progress toward the Cambria Island canal intersection.
The spoil is being piped to the Hook opposite Mandurah Offshore Fishing and Sailing Club. Small amounts of fine organic matter are mixed with the sandy sediment, and a screen has been

installed by the City of Mandurah to reduce any problems with visible plumes.
The dredge may be
working at night and may present a boat hazard so please take a little extra care and a wide berth when using the Northern Entrance over the next few weeks.
Some noise and inconvenience is always
associated with the dredging but we hope that the benefit will outweigh any problems that you experience. We thank you for your patience.

Sunsmart IRONMAN 70.3
For the third consecutive year we will have some of the world's best triathletes in our midst. Please click here to view the canal closures and road closures in and around Port Mandurah on Sunday 9th November.




Please click here to find out about:
~ The Mandurah Local Policing Team
~ How you can help the police
~ FREE RoadWise bin stickers
~ Community Safety and Crime
     Prevention Partnership Plan Update
~ What's on in Mandurah

 

Mandurah Annual Sand Bypassing

To ensure safe navigation of the Mandurah Ocean Entrance Channel and maintain the beaches to the north, each year sand is pumped to the other side of the channel, continuing the natural flow of sand along the coast.
   1. Sand is excavated from the sand trap.
   2. Sand is fed directly into a mobile screening and pumping plant which
       mixes it with water to form a slurry.
   3. The slurry is pumped across the channel and along the coastline 600
       metres north.
   4. Sand is deposited on to the beach and naturally continues to move
       northwards along the coast.
The current bypassing target for Mandurah is 100,000 cubic metres per year which is moved between June and November. In the interest of safety, sections of the beach will be temporarily closed to the public during
operations. Please note the warning signs and where necessary use the alternative beach access points.



Joint effort to stop hoons

Are you fed up with hoons disturbing your neighbourhood?
Not happening right now, but you want the police to know about it?
Did you know you can report a hoon online?
Information that you provide can assist police in targeting this problem.
Visit www.portmandurah.com.au/links and click on “Report a hoon”.


Found in Picaroon Place
A pilot light cover off a 160L Rheem gas water heater.
Please email info@portmandurah.com.au if you think it might be yours and we'll pass on your details.

 Are you ready for the festive season?
Then please keep on reading....


Camp Quality Christmas Cruise
On 18th December Mandurah Offshore Fishing & Sailing Club is hosting a party for the Camp Quality kids, families and carers. This fun-filled event culminates in a boat cruise to see the Port Mandurah Christmas lights. Camp Quality supports children living with cancer, and this will be a night to remember for those brave young people who have suffered so much. Please give them a big wave as they pass by.



Santa Afloat
Don’t forget, Santa will be cruising past again this year on Christmas Eve
between 5.30 and 7pm, distributing bags of treats for children on the canals.
Listen out for the Santa's bell ringing and be waiting on your jetty.
If you are able to help at this event, or beforehand to help pack the goody
bags, then please email us at info@portmandurah.com.au


We warmly welcome you to join us for
the PMRA Christmas Cocktail Party
at Peel Thunder Football Club
on Sunday 7th December from 6.30pm


Join us for a delicious selection of hot and cold canapés in the

well-appointed Members Lounge and on the al fresco deck.
Tickets are only $35 per person which include a welcome drink,
food throughout the evening, a small gift for the ladies from Santa
and a chance to win a door prize.

Get your party tickets now by hitting reply and then filling in the editable form below. RSVP by 25th November.
For further information please email info@portmandurah.com.au
This function is for Port Mandurah residents over the age of 18.


Christmas Cocktail Party Reply Form

I / we will be attending the Christmas Function at Peel Thunder Football Club in Dower Street on Sunday 7th December from 6.30pm.

Payee’s Name:

Names of Partner/Guests:

Address:

Email Address(es) :

Phone number (preferably a mobile):

Total number attending:                                    

Comments / special requests:

Total payment made: $                                    Please tick your method of payment below:

Cheque Please make cheques payable to Port Mandurah Residents Association and
mail to:
P.M.R.A., 27 Starfire Close, Halls Head, WA 6210.

EFT Or electronically transfer funds to the PMRA account:
Bendigo Bank BSB: 633000 Account No: 136986080 quoting your name as reference.
       Please include a copy of the electronic receipt with your application.
 

 

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