The City of Kalamunda values its volunteers and aims to create an environment which promotes and sustains effective volunteering and builds community capacity. Volunteers make an extraordinary contribution to our community by actively enhancing significant
community service programs such as Library Services, Environmental groups, Visitor Centre and Woodlupine Coffee Lounge.
All City of Kalamunda volunteers are police checked (this is paid by the organisation), orientated, placed according to skills, interests and expectations.
Volunteers can work across different programs or work through multiple programs to find the most suitable position for them.
If you wish to volunteer, please download the following forms:
Once completed, please email both to either firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively post it to:
People Services,City of Kalamunda,PO Box 42,Kalamunda,W.A. 6926
Located: Cnr. Mead Street and Canning Road Kalamunda
Volunteers are utilised at the Jack Healey Centre in Kalamunda. We are seeking friendly volunteers to assist with Podiatry Services.
Volunteers provide support in the area of administration, secretarial and reception within a Health Department subsidised service for persons over 62 years of age. If you would like to help out, the following lists some of the duties involved.
Interested / Need more information?To get more information and an application form please contact Community Services - Community Development Officer - Inclusive CommunitiesPhone: (08) 9257 9958Email: email@example.comView more information about Jack Healey Centre
Located: 88 Hale Road, Forrestfield (Off Woolworths Drive)
Do you enjoy socialising over a cup of tea? Can you spare a few hours each week?
We are seeking friendly volunteers to work in the Coffee Lounge which is open on Thursdays between 10am-12pm.
The Coffee Lounge is a place for community members to meet, make friends and find out more about the great range of activities available at the Woodlupine Family and Community Centre. Rosters are developed according to availability of the volunteers.If you
would like to help out at the coffee shop the following lists some of the duties involved.
Interested / Need more information?To get more information and an application form please contact Community Development Officer Inclusive CommunitiesPhone: (08) 9257 9958Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgView more information about Woodlupine Community Centre
Located: 50 Railway Road, Kalamunda
Passionate about where you live? Want to share your local knowledge with visitors to the area?
Why not consider volunteering at the Perth Hills Visitor Centre in Kalamunda. You will meet and greet visitors from near and far, helping them to get the most out of their visit to the Perth Hills. The Centre also houses a boutique retail
area which showcases artisan talents, and an art gallery, so practical duties can range from re-stocking brochures to making sales of local products and even assisting with merchandising! We have regular visits to venues and attractions in the area
and have quarterly meetings/morning teas. The Visitor Centre already has a number of volunteers so you would soon become part of this friendly team.
We are currently only seeking volunteers to assist on the weekends, however weekday shifts may become available in time. Full training is provided by our friendly staff.
To get more information and an application form please contact Perth Hills Visitor Centre.
Please complete both the Volunteer Application Form and Volunteer National Police Check then contact the Visitors Centre to arrange a time to meet.
Phone: (08) 9257 9998Email: email@example.comView more information about Perth Hills Visitor Centre
Volunteer Driver for Book on Wheels
The Books on Wheels delivery run takes place on alternate Wednesday mornings, and Thursday afternoons. The run generally takes 2-3 hours to complete.
The Kalamunda Library is seeking a volunteer to assist in delivering library items to housebound residents in Kalamunda, Lesmurdie, Gooseberry Hill and surrounding suburbs.The volunteer must hold a current “C” class drivers licence and be prepared to drive a small van. They will be required to lift crates, and carry up to 5kg bags of books. They will be working as a team with another volunteer.
Housebound readers usually enjoy a friendly chat with volunteers, so a cheerful and helpful disposition is also required.
Volunteers must undergo a National Police Clearance check, and need a certificate to show they have had a recent flu vaccination.
Contact: Vanessa Murphy Phone: (08) 9257 9969Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
View more information about the City Library services here
Calling all young people aged 12 – 25!
If you are looking for an opportunity to contribute to your local community (and have some fun along the way) then go no further than Youth Action Kalamunda.
This group of young people work together to develop and run various youth events and activities throughout the City of Kalamunda. These include music concerts, competitions, events, film festivals and school holiday programs.
If you are an interested young person and would like to contribute then there are many opportunities to do so either through volunteering at one-off events, at our continuous engagement activities or by joining our youth council.
To get more information please contact Youth & Community Development Officer
Please complete both the Volunteer Application Form and Volunteer National Police Check then contact the Youth Services to arrange a time to meet.
Phone: (08) 9257 9968Email: email@example.comView more information about Youth Services including YAK
The City of Kalamunda is proud to offer the Community Bus for use by local seniors groups, people with disabilities and for use of the service clubs who donated to its purchase.
To get more information please contact Community Services.
Phone: (08) 9257 9957Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
View more information about Transport Services
Located: 56 Railway Road, Kalamunda
Are you a bit of a history buff?
Volunteers of the History Village assist with the hands on activities for school students visiting the Village and the multitude of tasks which make it a local history museum of distinction.
If you would like to help out, have an interest in local history and like meeting people we would like to hear from you. Volunteers assist in maintaining exhibits and the grounds of the museum.
Volunteers are required weekdays and weekends. Full training is provided by the Kalamunda and Districts Historical Society.
To get more information and an application form please contact Kalamunda Historical Society.
The City of Kalamunda recognises the value that committed volunteers make to the conservation and maintenance of the natural environment.
There is a variety of active local environmental community groups that are supported by the City. They range from Friends Groups who assist the City in the maintenance of City managed reserves, to larger Catchment Groups, that operate over particular
landscape areas and across tenure. Some of the groups include:
Interested / Need more information?
To get more information please contact Parks & Environment Services.
Phone: (08) 9257 9999Email: email@example.com
View more information about Environment Volunteering Opportunities
The WayFairer Project work with individuals who want to contribute to community life, promoting the involvement of older residents and the development of a stronger Kalamunda community.
The WayFairer Project addresses two important community issues directly related to belonging in the City of Kalamunda.
The ageing population being better connected, contributing and having a greater sense of belonging in the Kalamunda community. Addressing the gaps and pressures across community based organisations
The WayFairer Project will strategically utilise the knowledge, talents, skills, experience and interests of residents aged 50 and above (WayFairers).
Further Information or get involved please contact:
Inclusion Solutions - Erin TaylorPhone: 08 9443 7226 | 0430 306 166Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.