Currently Covid-19 lockdown regulations are NOT in operation and meetings are continuing according to the July program. From the 1st July 2021 anyone wishing to attend the U3A  meetings, must be a current member of the Mandurah Seniors Centre. All enquiries should be directed to the Secretary (Pat Bentley) via email:


Mandurah U3A meets two times a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with a different subject offered on each day of the month. Meetings are always held in the same place at the same time, at 1.30pm, in the comfortable surroundings of the Mandurah Seniors and Community Centre, formerly known as Ac-cent. Our academic year is divided into two semesters, each of five months, February to June and July to November. Subjects are listed on the Program Page. There are no booking fees, no set commitment in advance required, and no exams. Attend when you can, to a topic of your choice. Members pay $2 at the door.


General Meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of alternative months, in the Craft Room of Mandurah Seniors and Community Centre, 41 Ormsby Terrace, Mandurah, from 1.30 pm – 3.30 pm.  Member cost is $2 or $3 for visitors who are always welcome.
The names of the Guest Speakers and their topics are listed on the Program page.

General Meetings:   March 2021, May 2021, July 2021, September 2021, November 2021

Annual General Meeting:   23rd March 2021


Committee Meetings are held, at Mandurah Library at 10.00 am, on alternative months, to be advised in the monthly Program. Anyone wishing to attend will be welcome but please confirm date and venue with a committee member first.



MEETING PLACE locationmap

On the Coast, in the Peel Region, in the South-West of Western Australia, approximately 74 kilometres south of Perth. Less than an hour’s drive from Perth, 50 minutes on the train.

Our meeting place is on the banks of the Peel Estuary, 150 metres south of the Peel Street/Ormsby Terrace roundabout. Access is from a large car park on Ormsby Terrace, next door to the Cinema and Performing Arts complex. The building is set well back from the road and marked “Mandurah Seniors and Community Centre”.