Road Closure

Due to railway crossing maintenance works, Gilmore Avenue will be closed between Mandurah Road and Wellard Road, Leda from 12am Saturday, 18 February to 6pm Sunday, 19 February.

During this time, detours will be in place via Wellard Road, Mandurah Road and Millar Road West.

The works are being conducted by Arc Infrastructure, for any enquiries please contact (08) 9212 2800 or We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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Graffiti Removal From Public Spaces

How to report and organise removal of graffiti from public spaces and buildings within the City of Kwinana.

Reporting and Removal of Graffiti

The City of Kwinana is responsible for removing graffiti from infrastructure managed or owned by Council. This includes footpaths, street furniture, sculptures, artworks and its buildings.

Our aim at the City of Kwinana is to reduce the effect that graffiti vandalism has on the community by:

  • erasing graffiti as soon as possible;
  • educating the community in graffiti management;
  • working in partnership with police;
  • increasing a sense of community ownership and pride; and
  • reducing the community's long term clean up costs.

The City is committed to employing a coordinated, multifaceted approach to graffiti tagging. At the core of this plan are the principles of prevention, reporting, rapid removal and education.

To report graffiti on Council property please contact the City of Kwinana on 9439 0200.

If you see someone in the act of graffiti vandalism, you should report it to the police immediately on 131 444.

The City can remove graffiti from private property, but it must first be reported to WA Police through the Goodbye Graffiti website. An Offence Report number needs to be obtained prior to requesting graffiti removal. This is to be quoted on the required waiver form listed below.

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