Corporate Partners

Mandurah Performing arts Centre gratefully acknowledges the following partners in supporting its management and operation for the residents and visitors of the Mandurah and the Peel Region. These partners enable the presentation of excellent public programs, inclusive, diverse and high quality exhibitions, events and performances as well as taking care of our first class facility.

If you are interested in aligning your business with a leading artistic and cultural institution such as MPAC, you will be afforded the opportunity to take part in a range of new program developments giving maximum exposure to your company.

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We look forward to working together towards the vision of becoming a leading centre for the arts in Australia.


“Both Peel Health Campus and MPAC are deeply focused on enabling the wellbeing of the residents of our region, with PHC focusing on the physical aspects through health, and the MPAC on the artistic and cultural. These are complementary aims with strong linkages and we just thrilled to be working with Margaret and her team at Peel Health Campus to deliver this partnership program.”


“It’s a concept that we had long envisaged, and thankfully we have been able to bring the right people together to make it happen. The benefits for the senior citizens to get out and enjoy the selected shows that will come under the Lane Ford $15 ticket initiative will be many: not only will they have the anticipation of a welcome social outing, but experiencing great theatre shows always sets your spirits soaring.”


“Healthway has enjoyed a successful partnership with the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre since the year 2000.

The current sponsorship of the MPAC “Get in the Swim” Public Program 2015, enables Healthway to engage with Priority Populations being; Aboriginal people, Children and Youth aged up to 17, people who live in a rural and/or regional location and those people who are considered disadvantaged and/or isolated within the Community. The activities provided within the Program enable participants to engage in the Arts and for Healthway to promote a vitally important health message, Act-Belong-Commit, aimed at educating and assisting people to act upon being part of their Community and forming a commitment which leads to creating positive mental health.”



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