Shire of Boddington

Economic Development

Welcome to Marradong Country

A landscape rich with diverse and distinct flora and fauna, with vast skies that surround the undulating hills, winding rivers and open pastures, this is life in the hand of nature. Discover and explore the reserves and open spaces all to be freely enjoyed and available to walkers, picnickers and travellers.

Located just 90 minutes drive south east of Perth, the region encompasses the townships of Boddington, Wandering and Williams, all of which have a long history of farming and grazing. Marradong Country is now emerging as a gourmet food and wine region, with several wineries, olive groves and producers of preserves and homemade delights available to tantalize your taste buds.

Take a stroll along the Hotham River in Boddington, walk the main street and talk to the locals while taking in some of our historcial buildings such as our Old School or the original Road Boards building or visit the talented ladies in our local Arts and Crafts Centre to admire their handiwork and purchase some handmade gifts for your loved ones. Boddington has lots to offer…

civic precinct master plan- detailed drawings

The MasterPlans for the Civic Precinct (Foreshore Revitalisation) that include the Skate Park, Pump Track, Nature Play Space and extensive landscaping for the foreshore area are now available by clicking on the link below.

 Copies of the plan can also be viewed at the Boddington Public Library (Open Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 4pm) and at the Shire of Boddington Administration Building (Open 9.00am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday).

 Please direct any comments and questions  on these plans to Tahnee Forbes, Community and Economic Development Officer - Phone 08 9883 4999 or email cedo@boddington.wa.gov.au.

 Tahnee is also interested to talk to with local community groups who may wish to host a viewing of the plans. Please call to book in if you wish for this to happen.

 A public meeting is scheduled for 11th September 6:30pm at the Boddington Community Resource Centre Gallery to give the community the opportunity to discuss the plans with the Shire.  

Civic Precinct Masterplan

INDICATIVE Boddington Civic Precinct Masterplan

 

Council seeks feedback on draft Civic Precinct masterplan.

 Please tell us what you like or what we might improve upon. Your comments would be appreciated and ideally received by Council before the end of March either by post or email to records@boddington.wa.gov.au

 Chris Littlemore

Chief executive Officer

Please click on this link to view the masterplan

MAIN STREET VISION

Council has adopted the Main Street Vision a significant aspect of which is to concentrate streetscape infrastructure at key nodes of activity, to bring existing pedestrian activity together, to maximise incidences and opportunities for social interaction. These nodes would be located where most beneficial to adjacent businesses and/or community facilities.

 The nodes will define the boundaries and heart of the town centre precinct, physically define the threshold of the town centre precinct at its four key entry/exit points, establish a point of difference, prioritise pedestrians and slow vehicle traffic.

 They also reduce apparent width of Main Street - reduce the width of road pavement at strategic points to bring the sides of the street closer together and to support the above strategies, road pavement width at points of constraint to be to suit 2 unescorted heavy vehicles passing, and/or a max width escorted vehicle across both lanes.

Click here for plans

MAIN STREET VISION - KEN AUSTIC SQUARE NODE

The first node to be developed will be installed in Ken Austic Square.  Each node will be designed to offer a welcoming, shaded space with seating to invite visitors and residents to sit and enjoy the space for longer.  As plans for the main street progress it is hoped that public art and wayfinding will also be introduced into each node to further enhance our main street and to connect the main street  to the foreshore and other significant sights or points of interest around town.

To view the latest plans for this node please click on the link below.

Click here for plans

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