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Lakelands Station open for business

It's all systems go for southern suburbs commuters, with the Lakelands Station officially open for business. 

Lakelands Station is an addition to the Mandurah Line, taking pressure off nearby Mandurah and Warnbro stations. It is supported by an enhanced bus network, connecting surrounding suburbs to the new station.

The station offers an entry building adorned with Aboriginal artwork, a pedestrian overpass, two platforms, kiss-and-ride facilities, a bus interchange, a 400-bay car park, and secure cycle storage facilities. 

Free travel is being offered across the entire Transperth network all day to mark the occasion, with a community event being held at the station from midday to 2pm, featuring children's entertainers, face painting, live music, giveaways and a sausage sizzle.

The first weekday city-bound service will leave Mandurah Station at 4.47am tomorrow, arriving at Lakelands at 4.51am. 

The $72 million project, which has supported about 200 jobs since construction began in November 2021, was jointly funded by the Commonwealth and Western Australian Governments under an 80:20 funding arrangement.

To view the new timetable, visit the Transperth website –

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