Media Releases

31 January 2021

COVID-19 Important Community Update

The City of Kalamunda will close all facilities effective from 6pm on Sunday, 31 January 2021 until further notice.
Pile of four open library books
13 January 2021

City Libraries to Trial Extended Opening Hours From 18 January

The City of Kalamunda libraries are trialling extended opening hours for each location at least one evening a week from Monday, 18 January.
12 January 2021

Walliston Transfer Station Closed When Total Fire Ban Declared

With the extended hot weather and strong easterly winds of last week delivering multiple days of Total Fire Bans, the City of Kalamunda reminds residents the Walliston Transfer Station is closed when a Total Fire Ban is declared.
Girls at end of slide with arms up
11 January 2021

Family-friendly Australia Day Celebrations at Kalamunda Water Park

Residents, friends, family and visitors are invited to the City’s Australia Day Pool Party at Kalamunda Water Park with two-for-one entry from 9am to 6pm on Tuesday, 26 January.
Councillor Gavel
4 January 2021

Notice of Meeting - Annual General Meeting of Electors

*** This event has been cancelled in line with WA Government COVID-19 5-day lockdown. Rescheduled date TBC ***
Artists Impression of Kalamunda Community Centre from the  South West side
22 December 2020

City Seeking EOI for Significant Public Art

The City of Kalamunda is calling for expressions of interest (EOI) from the art community for a public art commission opportunity at the Kalamunda Community Centre.
Mayor Margaret Thomas cutting the ribbon for Kalamunda Railway Heritage Trail in December 2020
15 December 2020

A ribbon cutting moment!

The Kalamunda Railway Heritage Trail – Perth Hills Trail Loop Stage 1 was officially opened today, 15 December 2020. Thank you to everyone who joined us on this momentous ride and to our awesome Western Trails Alliance Ltd (WTA) volunteers who spent over 1000 hours creating a safe recreational space for our community to enjoy. The Kalamunda to Pickering Brook Trail took a substantial amount of hard work by so many people, thank you!
Planning Development
15 December 2020

City’s Latest Building Stats Back Up Boom

The City of Kalamunda received a record number of both planning and building permit applications across the second half of 2020.
Mosquito sitting on a green stem of a plant
15 December 2020

City Backs Microbats to Keep Mozzies Away

A City of Kalamunda partnership with a local men’s shed and education support centre is delivering amazing learning and environmental outcomes for the community.
15 December 2020

Keep your cool this summer with a compliant swimming pool

Summer time is here and as it heats up the City of Kalamunda is encouraging residents to stay cool by ensuring their swimming pool or spa is safety compliant.
From left Peter Hanson, Mayor Margaret Thomas and Saxon Marrell cutting the 2020 Thank a Volunteer Day cake
8 December 2020

City Celebrates Local Heroes and Volunteers at Annual Thank You Event

More than 100 local heroes and volunteers attended the City of Kalamunda’s 2020 Thank A Volunteer Day celebration at the Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre on International Volunteer Day (5 December).
Walliston Map Layout
7 December 2020

City’s Waste Facility Upgrades On Track

The City of Kalamunda will improve the Walliston Transfer Station over the next three years to better manage the City’s waste and comply with the site’s recent 20-year license renewal conditions.
Graphic promoting the KalaCash Keeping it Local campaign using Eftpos type cards
30 November 2020

Local Businesses get ready to accept ‘Kala Cash’

More than 60 local businesses have registered to accept ‘Kala Cash’ gift cards, an EFTPOS based gift card program, launched this week in the City of Kalamunda. Businesses throughout the City have jumped on board this buy local initiative funded and established through a partnership developed between Community Bank Forrestfield and High Wycombe Bendigo Bank and the City of Kalamunda, in response to effects of COVID 19 on local business.
An open book with Christmas present, pine cones, candy cane and a glass of milk
19 November 2020

City launches 2020 Festive Events Program

This week the City of Kalamunda launched its Christmas Festival Events Program featuring a number of marquee events including concerts, markets, arts and crafts, film nights and story telling.
Stirk Park - View of lake from under trees facing playground area
13 November 2020

City Wins Consultation Award For Stirk Park Upgrade

The City of Kalamunda has been recognised for giving local youth a voice in planning the Stirk Park Playground Upgrade at the 10th annual Local Government Policy Awards.
View from Zig Zag area in Gooseberry Hill - Perth City visible in distance
10 November 2020

Update: Temporary measures for Zig Zag Scenic Drive

Council has resolved to extend the closure of the Zig Zag Scenic Drive to vehicles as a temporary measure.
4 senior people with their arms out with blue sky behind them
5 November 2020

City Wants To Connect Seniors Through Song

The City of Kalamunda, Music Focus WA and Kalamunda Rotary have teamed up to launch a five-week Senior’s Choir as part of this year’s Senior’s Week celebrations.
A member of the DFES team in front of their vehicle on a bush track
4 November 2020

Residents Urged To Prepare For Looming Bushfire Season

City of Kalamunda residents are being warned against complacency as we head into bushfire season.
A tabby kitten laying down on a fluffly white blanket
2 November 2020

Cat Owners Reminded to Keep ‘Purry’ Friends Happy At Home

City of Kalamunda cat owners are being reminded of the obligations and benefits of being a responsible cat owner and keep their ‘purry’ friends contained at home.
The four Whoosh Performers
27 October 2020

Whoosh! World acclaimed Sensorium Theatre returns home to Kalamunda

Whoosh! an immersive work that puts children living with a disability at the centre of the action using all their senses to journey through space and back to Earth has travelled a full circle and returned home to the City of Kalamunda.
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