The Big Picture

Our community facilities are ageing, and the way we use them is changing.

A new approach is required to meet the needs of current and future generations across the entire City of Kalamunda, which is why the City of has drafted a Big Picture Vision for Community Facilities.

This vision is driven by two aspirations:

  • To provide modern 21st Century facilities that are effective, efficient and serve the needs of current and future generations.
  • To reduce, over time, the cost burden to ratepayers from the City operating, maintaining and renewing poorly utilised aging facilities, and to remove duplication of services.

The community have been asking for new facilities for the past decade, evidenced through the many strategic community engagement processes the City has undertaken. It’s now over to you to let us know what you think of the City’s Big Picture Vision.

Stay up to date!

The City sought feedback on the draft Plan and this stage of consultaton has now closed. You can stay up to date on future consultations and feedback by visiting the Big Picture page on the city's Engagement Portal

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Waste education pop-up – Hawaiian's Forrestfield

06 September 2023 : 10:00 AM - 06 September 2023 : 2:00 PM

FOGO stands for Food Organics Garden Organics and refers to the collection of food scraps and natural material from your garden to create high quality compost through a three-bin system. FOGO is currently best practice for waste management and recycling and previous implementation shows it will double, at a minimum, the amount of waste diverted away from landfill (though this may be much larger depending of the area and bin system currently in place).

Get ready to FOGO in 2024! 

The City of Kalamunda will push ahead with plans to implement for residents a Food Organic and Garden Organic (FOGO) kerbside collection and processing in 2024.

Our Waste Education and Community Engagement team will be popping up at Hawaiian's Forrestfield, to answer any questions you may have on waste and recycling and the incoming FOGO (Food Organics / Green Organics) system.

Please come along and meet the team:

FOGO pop-up - Hawaiian's Forrestfield

Wednesday 6 September 2023 (10.00am-2.00pm)

ℹ️ For more information visit our FOGO page.


20 Strelitzia Ave,
Western Australia
Our pop-up stall will be located outside of Woolworths.

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08 9257 9999

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NOTE: Cost estimates below correct as at 2021/22 Financial Year. All details subject to change. Costs subject to escalation at delivery date.

North West Ward

  • Kalamunda Road Upgrade ($17m)
  • Scott Reserve ($7.4m - partially funded)
  • Fleming Reserve Development ($1.65m - Funded)
  • Civic Facility ($18m)
  • High Wycombe Community & Aquatic Node ($60m - funded)


South West Ward

  • Magnolia All Abilities Play Space ($1m - funded)
  • Whistlepipe Gully Tourism Development
  • Cambridge Reserve & Aged Care ($7m - funded)
  • City-wide Cycle Infrastructure Upgrade ($17m)
  • Hartfield Park Stage 2 ($15m - partially funded)
  • Woodlupine Hub ($16m)
  • Living Stream Forrestfield ($1.7m)

North Ward

  • Zig Zag Scenic Drive Development Tourism Development
  • Stirk Park ($3m - funded)
  • Hill Trails Loop
  • Kalamunda Tourism
  • Kalamunda Town Centre Activity Plan ($20m - partially funded)
  • Maida Vale Reserve Master Plan ($12.4m - partially funded)

South East Ward

  • Walliston Waste Hub ($10m - partially funded)
  • Pickering Brook Hub ($8m)
  • Lions Lookout Tourism Development
  • Ray Owen Master Plan ($29m)
  • Lesmurdie Hall Expansion ($2m - partially funded)
  • Whistlepipe Gully Tourism Development

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