Mirvac – Mandurah

Mirvac’s Osprey Waters estate (previously known as ‘Bridgewater North’) is located on the edge of the Mandurah Estuary, immediately south of Mandurah Road Bridge.  CLE have been involved in the rezoning, structure planning and subdivision of the estate, including a recent comprehensive review of the Outline Development Plan to reflect changing market conditions.

 CLE were also appointed by Mirvac to review and revitalise the planning of Meadow Springs part way through the project.  This resulted in the preparation of a new Structure Plan and subsequent subdivision design.  Public open space provides a significant attribute within the estate, with the existing centrally located golf course complemented by a range of local open space areas including the award-winning Quarry Adventure Park.  The project is delivering a thriving residential community supported by local amenities and infrastructure including a K-12 school and neighbourhood activity centres. Meadow Springs was the recipient of the 2013 UDIA(WA) Award for Residential Development over 250 Lots.

 Both of these projects have received the strong support of the City of Mandurah.


City of Mandurah


Mandurah (Osprey Waters in Erskine – 2km south of Mandurah CBD, Meadow Springs – 5km north east of Mandurah CBD)


Osprey Waters – 36ha

Meadow Springs – 460ha


Osprey Waters – 450 lots

Meadow Springs – 3000 lots (1000 existing)


Meadow Springs –

1 K-12 Private School

2 Government Primary Schools


1 Neighbourhood Centre (8,000m2 gross leasable floorspace – existing)

Meadow Springs – 1 Mixed Use precinct


Osprey Waters –

3.8ha public open space (excluding foreshore)

5ha conservation (Estuary Foreshore (2.5ha existing) and tree retention within POS)


Meadow Springs –

13ha district open space (existing)

36ha public open space


Local Structure Plan / Outline Development Plan

Subdivision Design

Rezoning / Amendment

RCode Variations

Housing, Density & Lot Product Strategies

Local Development Plan

Development Application

Built Form Guidelines

Note that the information provided on this page is broad and indicative and should not be relied upon by any party.
All areas and yields are approximate only.
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