It is important that people who experience access difficulties let their concerns be heard. By speaking up you can also benefit others who may be experiencing a similar barrier. Describe the access issue clearly, including dates, times, location and names
of staff, if relevant.
Good access benefits everyone in the community including people with disability and their families, friends and carers, people pushing prams and seniors. The City of Kalamunda seeks to create an environment where people can access services and facilities
The WA Disability Services Act 1993 (amended 2004) requires State Government agencies and Local Governments to ensure that services, information and facilities are accessible to all community members by implementing a Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP).
The City’s DAIP (also known as Inclusive Kalamunda - Social Inclusion Plan) helps to identify access issues and develop strategies to overcome these.
Feedback on access and inclusion is essential to the development and progress of the DAIP.
If you would like to comment on how you think the City could improve access to buildings, facilities or services for everyone, including people with disability, please complete the online form below, alternatively you can download the form, telephone,
email or write to:
The Community Development Officer - Inclusive CommunitiesPost: City of Kalamunda, PO Box 42, Kalamunda WA 6926Phone: 9257 9958 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you require assistance filling in this form please contact us during office hours on 9257 9958.
If you require an interpreter please contact 131 450.
The City will respond to your feedback within five working days.
If you would like to pursue your issue at any time please phone or email the Community Development Officer - Inclusive Communities at the City of Kalamunda.
If possible, please specify the location and details to which this feedback relates to e.g. a particular location, request, event
Please provide any further information in relation to this feedback.
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.