Liberty Swing located at Stirk Park in Kalamunda

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Liberty Swing located at Stirk Park in Kalamunda

Liberty Swing

The Liberty Swing is an accessible swing for children who use a wheelchair. The City of Kalamunda has a Liberty Swing in Stirk Park, corner Kalamunda Road and Canning Road located off the Elizabeth Street entrance.

A key is required to access the swing and enclosure and may be purchased or loaned from the City of Kalamunda at 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda, Zig Zag Cultural Centre or the Kalamunda Library, Williams Street, Kalamunda.

Library Services

All City libraries provide a diverse range of services to allow all members to join our community! Facilities provided include:

  • Wheelchair access
  • Large print and audio CD options available on a wide selection of fiction and non-fiction books.
  • House-bound service for those with limited mobility
  • DVDs with audio description and closed captions
  • ClearView Desktop Magnifier
  • Activ Library

View the full range of library services available here

Community Wall

Resources

Some additional resources and services available include

Campanion Card LogoCompanion Card

The Companion Card is for people with a significant and permanent disability, who require attendant care support to participate at community venues and activities. Cardholders present their card when booking or purchasing a ticket from a participating business who will issue a second ticket for their companion at no charge.

The Companion Card website has more information on how to apply for a Companion Card and eligibility.

The City of Kalamunda is an affiliate of the Companion Card and offers free entry or participation at the following City of Kalamunda venues:

  • Kalamunda Water Park
  • Hartfield Park Recreation Centre
  • High Wycombe Recreation Centre
  • Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre

Department of Transport – Universal Access

The Department of Transport has information relating to Universal Access on their website.

Community Living & Participation Grants

The Community Living & Participation Grants assist West Australian individuals with a permanent disability. Grants of between $500 and $10,000 are available for equipment, resources, projects and activities that enable people with disability to participate in recreational and social activities; and improve the quality of life for people with disability and their families.

The information package and application can be downloaded from the Community Living & Participation Grants' website.

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