Forget-Me-Not Memory Café
When: on the 1st Wednesday of every month
Located at 45 Berkshire Road in Forrestfield, this venue provides a safe, inclusive, non-judgmental and welcoming environment for people living with Memory Loss or Dementia, their family, friends and carers.
The is a social event, a place to come together with others who are travelling similar life paths: to share a coffee, a laugh and a chat.
The Liberty Swing is an accessible swing for children who use a wheelchair. The City of Kalamunda has a Liberty Swing in Stirk Park, corner Kalamunda Road and Canning Road located off the Elizabeth Street entrance.
A key is required to access the swing and enclosure and may be purchased or loaned from the City of Kalamunda at 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda, Zig Zag Cultural Centre or the Kalamunda Library, Williams Street, Kalamunda.;
The City of Kalamunda has secured funding towards stage one of the Stirk Master Plan, which includes the construction of a new nature play space and skate park. The developments will see the northern
area of the park transformed into a modern and accessible area for families of all ages and abilities.
The City is planning to relocate the Liberty Swing at a later stage to Fleming Reserve in High Wycombe. The City is also working on a new all abilities playground concept
All City libraries provide a diverse range of services to allow
all members to join our community! Facilities provided include:
View the full range of library services available here
Some additional resources and services available include
The Companion Card is for people with a significant and permanent disability, who require attendant care support to participate at community venues and activities. Cardholders present their card when booking or purchasing a ticket from a participating
business who will issue a second ticket for their companion at no charge.
The Companion Card website has more information on how to apply for a Companion Card and eligibility.
The City of Kalamunda is an affiliate of the Companion Card and offers free entry or participation at the following City of Kalamunda venues:
Over 400,000 Western Australians are living with disability and there are a wide range of services and supports available. However, searching for information can sometimes be difficult and complex, especially if you live in rural and remote areas.
The Disability Gateway is a free Australia-wide service to help people with disability, their families, friends and carers find trusted information and services.
Visit www.disabilitygateway.gov.au or call 1800 643 787. The Disability Gateway phone line is available Monday to Friday, 8am to 8pm AEDT.
The Department of Transport has information relating to Universal Access on their website.
Disability Access & Inclusion Plan (2017 - 2022)
All Abilities Forum
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.