Find out more how our parks and reserves are maintained.
Find out more information about programs such as Commemorative Planting Day, Plants for Residents, Community Gardens, Adopt-a-Spot and other programs operating by or within the City.
Find more information about how the City verge and street trees are managed.
Information about bush forever sites to protect significant areas, threatened fauna and environmental sensitive areas.
Information and resources of waterwise, monitoring and resources to reduce your household water use.
The City takes illegal dumping seriously as there are significant financial implications for the removal of items, in particular hazardous items such asbestos, batteries and chemicals. Find out more here
Find resources, information and tips on managing some of the pests, invasive animals, diseases and weeds in our City.
Find out more information and resources aimed at environmental projects.
This strategy provides the framework to manage environmental pressures and
improve sustainable practices over the next decade and beyond. It will assist in
protecting the cherished landscape character of Kalamunda and guide improvements in the City’s own operations and its work with stakeholders and community groups.
The City of Kalamunda manages nearly 300 local natural areas in Kalamunda, Lesmurdie, Forrestfield, Wattle Grove, Maida Vale and High Wycombe. This section highlights active local natural area management.
Our interactive In My City mapping tool permits any property within the City of Kalamunda to be navigated to or found using the address search tool. Information given includes parks and reserves.
Friends Group are made up of volunteers who undertake activities which help protect and enhance our natural areas.
Part of Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions who works with, and on behalf of, the people of Western Australia to protect and conserve the state’s parks, wildlife, forests and other natural assets.
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.