The Sustainable Mandurah Home sets a benchmark for the future of housing in the Mandurah and metropolitan area. Visitors to the home learn how to reduce their environmental impact without compromising the fantastic lifestyle that they enjoy.
It is an affordable, ecologically responsible and stylish home that is close to the City and provides hands-on examples of more sustainable ways of designing, building and living.
Unlike other similar demonstration homes in WA, the Sustainable Mandurah Home was the first to be specifically designed as a replicable project and display home that you can buy off the plan. More cost-effective, environmentally-sensitive design and living is becoming a core part of our lives in Mandurah.
The Sustainable Mandurah Home is closing. After 9 years of advocating and demonstrating the benefits of sustainable housing design, the Sustainable Mandurah Home will open its doors to the public for the final time on June 28th and 29th, between 1 and 5pm. The Home has been one of the most successful and awarded sustainability focused projects that the City of Mandurah has undertaken and over the 9 years has attracted more than 20,000 visitors.
So come along for the final time to see first-hand just how easy and affordable it can be to live in a sustainable home.
The Sustainable Mandurah home is at 18 Grandmere Parade in Meadow Springs.
Opening Hours are:
Saturdays and Sundays from 1- 5pm. (Tours are free).
For tours outside of these hours, or if you would like to bring a school group through, please contact Janneke Greenham on 9550 3777, or email firstname.lastname@example.org