We’d like to welcome all new residents to our growing City. To help you get started in the, we've compiled all the essential information required to help you navigate your early days with us in the City of Kwinana in our Welcome Pack.
The second fastest growing local government area in Western Australia, Kwinana is a unique community set among extensive native bushland and public open space.
Kwinana is one of the most culturally and linguistically diverse areas in the Perth metropolitan region.
In response to the rapidly increasing multiculturalism in Kwinana, the City has developed a Multicultural Action Plan. This Plan outlines actions to work with Kwinana’s diverse community to strengthen multiculturalism through participation, equity and promotion.
Committed to providing equal access to its buildings, facilities and services for people with disbailities, the City’s Disability Access and Inclusion Plan provides information on disability services in Kwinana and the improvements being made to improve access to municipal services.
If you’re new to Australia, the Department of Social Services website provides a fantastic information booklet – ‘Beginning a Life in Australia’.
The City of Kwinana also has a young population. The City is home to a range of schools, catering to young families and nurturing our future society.
City of Kwinana households, schools, community groups and local businesses are set to join over 400,000 people across the country on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 November as part of the 10th annual Garage Sale Trail.
The City of Kwinana, local service providers and the community celebrated NAIDOC Week from 2 to 6 November – a week earlier than the official NAIDOC Week to allow our community to participate in other celebrations across the State and metro area.
The City of Kwinana has completed construction of a bus stop bench on Matson Street in Medina.