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Mindarie is an outer northern coastal suburb of Perth, the capital city of Western Australia, and is located 36 kilometres (22 mi) from Perth's central business district. Its Local Government Area is the City of Wanneroo.
Mindarie is named after Mindarie Lake, a Noongar Aboriginal name possibly meaning either "the place near which is held a ceremony" or "green water", and was first recorded by Alexander Forrest in 1874. The actual lake is located just off Delich Road in Carabooda, some 16 km away. There is also a Mindarie in the Murray Mallee region of South Australia, which claims origin from a Dieri word meaning "festival to invoke peace".The Mooro group of Noongar were familiar with the area, and several of their traditional stories and legends refer to local land features, including Waukolup (Waugul) Hill in neighbouring Tamala Park, although evidence suggests that they lived much further east, closer to modern-day Wanneroo Road. Mindarie remained unpopulated until the 1980s, when a developer proposed the name Clarkson for the area. In 1985, the name Mindarie was chosen and gazetted, and Clarkson was allocated to an area further inland. In the same year, plans for two developments at Mindarie - the marina ("Mindarie Keys"), subject to a Project Agreement with the State Government