Christmas Events in the Shire

Some of the wonderful upcoming events in the Shire of Kalamunda

Have Your Say: Disability Access and Inclusion Plan Review

Help make the Shire a more accessible and inclusive place for all.

Kalamunda Water Park is now open

The Sun is shining, the water is glistening...

Western Australian Young Achiever Awards

Nominations are now open for 2016/2017!

Friends Group

Committed volunteers are able to provide to the conservation & maintenance of natural environment .

FREE Information Sessions: Changing Bushfire Landscape

The Shire hosts 1-hour sessions throughout the year for community groups, street meets and functions.

Junior Sports @ Rec. Centre

Held throughout the year includes Sh'Bam, KindyGym, Music, Soccer, Squash



Check DFES Emergency website for latest fire information including Burns & Fire Bans

Council requests to become a city

Published on 7 December 2016

The Shire of Kalamunda Council has requested the Minister for Local Government and Communities, to issue an order under the Local Government Act 1995 for a change of designation from Shire to City.

Shire CEO re-enforces swimming pool safety message

Published on 7 December 2016

As the weather begins to warm up the Shire of Kalamunda strongly encourages all residents who own a swimming pool or spa to ensure enclosures are compliant with swimming pool safety standards.Playing in and around water is so much fun — but it’s important to learn about water safety and follow the rules so we can stay safe and enjoy the water for hours.

Swimming Pool

Western Australian Young Achiever Awards - Nominations are now open!

Published on 30 November 2016

Nominations are now open for the 2016-17 Western Australian Young Achiever Awards! The purpose of the Western Australian Young Achiever Awards is to acknowledge, encourage and most importantly promote the positive achievements of all young people up to and including 29 years of age as of 31st December 2016.

WA YAA

Shire to transfer NDIS services to Rise

Published on 29 November 2016

Shire of Kalamunda Council last night decided to transfer its services for National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) supported Community Care recipients to the Rise Network. The decision supports a belief an organisation like Rise, with core business operations focused around disability services, would provide better outcomes for Shire NDIS recipients. The decision comes after Rise presented the Shire with a proposal for consideration.

Rise Community Network
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Kalamunda Town Centre Capital Works

Published on 2 December 2016

The Shire of Kalamunda is pleased to announce the installation of a parklet on Haynes Street and will be undertaking a stormwater drainage upgrade in the Kalamunda Town Centre.

Libraries: Wednesday 14 December 2016

Published on 2 December 2016

The Kalamunda, Forrestfield and High Wycombe libraries will temporarily open a bit later than usual at 10am. Lesmurdie Library will be open for internet, photocopying and reader services.

Have Your Say: Disability Access and Inclusion Plan Review 2016

Published on 2 December 2016

The Shire of Kalamunda is reviewing its current Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) 2012−2017 and is developing a new DAIP for 2017 to 2022. We invite your feedback to help make the Shire a more accessible and inclusive place for all.

Woodlupine Brook Pedestrian Bridge – Wattle Grove

Published on 2 December 2016

Construction of a new pedestrian bridge across Woodlupine Brook near the intersection of Thorogood Avenue and The Promenade will start in January 2017.

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