Lakelands Station

Lakelands Station (Yaakanap)

Lakelands Station will be located between Warnbro and Mandurah stations, which are 23km apart, and will provide residents with an expected journey time of 50 minutes to the Perth CBD.

The Noongar place name for Lakelands is Yaakanap (Yark-an-up) and the narrative is ‘place of the Yaakan (turtle)’.

The station will have an entry building, two marginal platforms connected by a pedestrian overpass, an eight-bay bus interchange, and passenger car park with around 400 bays.

Lakelands Station will be ‘future-proofed’ to allow additional facilities such as escalators, more lifts, a kiosk, fare gates, and a customer service office to be installed in the future, once demand requires these.

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Community asked for feedback on bus services for new Lakelands Station

Community asked for feedback on bus services for new Lakelands Station

As the METRONET Lakelands Station Project continues taking shape, the local community is asked to have its say on changes to the bus network servicing the area.

METRONET Lakelands Station on track to open mid-2023

METRONET Lakelands Station on track to open mid-2023

18 new staff – including additional railcar drivers, transit officers, customer service officers, and communication systems personnel – will support operations at the new METRONET Lakelands Station.

Lakelands Station building shell nearing completion

Lakelands Station building shell nearing completion

METRONET Lakelands Station Project is taking shape with the installation of fluted wall panels.

Artwork set to impress at Lakelands Station

Artwork set to impress at Lakelands Station

Artwork integrated into the new METRONET Lakelands Station Project will reflect local Noongar symbols and cultural themes in a contemporary, abstract design.

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