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The City of Kwinana is encouraging local residents to join in Clean Up Australia Day on Sunday 4 March 2018. The City will be hosting a cleanup at the Wildflower Reserve in Orelia.
9 February 2018 - The Alcoa Children’s Festival is set to be the ultimate day out for families with young-ones under twelve.
Residents and ratepayers within the City of Kwinana are being invited to have their say from Thursday, 1 February to 15 March 2018, on a draft Local Planning Policy on the future planning for the Mandogalup area.
30 January 2018 - The Kwinana Citizen of the Year for 2018 has been awarded to 83-year-old Abram Ziegelaar, president of the local St Vincent de Paul, at the City of Kwinana’s annual Australia Day event on Friday, 26 January 2018.
Opening hours of Kwinana facilities over the Australia Day public holiday.
Library lovers will soon be able to enjoy extended opening hours as the Kwinana Public Library trials opening on Sundays, commencing 4 February 2018.
Whether Ben Morton likes it or not, the resounding win by WA Labor in last year's State election ended the Roe 8 saga once and for all.
10 January 2018 - The Community Liaison team is made up of four team members who patrol the Kwinana central business district on a daily basis.
8 January 2018 - Kwinana families will stay cool amongst the trees at the Kwinana Adventure Park this Australia Day with water slides, a DJ and a visit from native Australian animals.
A new year message from Mayor Carol Adams.
18 December 2017 - The City of Kwinana has shone at the Local Government Children’s Environment and Health Policy Awards, winning three categories.
20 December 2017 - The festive season is well and truly underway in Kwinana, with our giant Christmas tree lighting up the City Centre...
Kwinana YAC (Youth Advisory Council) is getting into the Christmas spirit this festive season by giving out lollies bags to the community.
The City of Kwinana would like to congratulate the recipients of the 2017 LyriK Educational Scholarships.
The famous Kwinana Lolly Run will hit the streets again this year, with Santa and his helpers delivering lollies from 7:30am on Christmas morning.
1 December 2017 - The Christmas tree is up and Kwinana is ready to celebrate the festive season with a series of free events.
Several City of Kwinana facilities, including the Administration Office, Zone Youth Space, Library and Community Centres, will run on reduced hours over the Christmas period.
22 November 2017 - The Kwinana community have been enjoying live performances in unexpected places this month as part of the Act-Belong-Commit Rock Symphony Pop Ups and School Program.
A City of Kwinana youth worker has taken out one of the highest honours in Western Australia at the 2017 WA Youth Work Awards held on Friday 10 November.
15 November 2017 - Minister Rita Saffioti and Westport Taskforce Chair Nicole Lockwood briefed a wide range of local governments at a forum in Kwinana earlier today.