Fred Stubbs Park at Quinns Beach is scheduled to reopen to the public next week as coastal protections works near completion.
City of Wanneroo councillors last night voted to revoke a previous decision to remove 13 Fig trees.
City of Wanneroo councillors last night voted to support a change in the way the City processes its recycling.
The City of Wanneroo's award winning Customer Relations Centre has done it again, as they were announced winners in another prestigious awards program.
Transport Minister Dean Nalder's decision to put the Yanchep rail extension on hold is a massive blow to Perth's northern communities according to City of Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts.
Two Rocks' youngest residents are already making the most of the new playground at Mitchell Park.
The City of Wanneroo was recognised by an independent judging panel for its innovative practices through a statewide awards program and will now compete at the national level.
In a first for the Yanchep Community Centre, the City of Wanneroo will host a Golden Games event for seniors this week.
Want to win a dream holiday to a tropical island getaway or trip to New Zealand's stunning south island?
The City of Wanneroo has appointed its new Planning and Sustainability Director to replace the outgoing Len Kosova.
If the cold is getting you down this winter, here's something to warm you up – take a sneak peek into the City of Wanneroo's summer season of events.
Feedback from residents has prompted City of Wanneroo councillors to reconsider the decision to remove 13 fig trees on Russell Road in Madeley.
German Shepherd Caddie, with her handler Wanneroo resident Valeta Pethrick, is set to secure the title of Western Australia's first Track and Search Dog Grand Champion.
Seven long term residents were today honoured with Pioneer status of the City of Wanneroo.
Camp sites aimed at tourists and nature loving locals is one option being considered by the City of Wanneroo as part of the future development of the Quinns Rocks Caravan Park.
City of Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts has called on the State Government to provide funds to help manage coastal erosion at Quinns Beach.
Life can be 'ruff' for a pet, so the City of Wanneroo's annual Dogs Breakfast brings the whole family together for a day of fun and pet pampering.
The City of Wanneroo will be well placed to inform its residents ahead of the upcoming 2014/15 Bushfire Season thanks to a Western Australian first.
Almost $63 million is expected to be invested in capital works projects and programs including roads, footpaths, community facilities and safety initiatives as a development boom pushes population growth even faster than previously predicted in the City of Wanneroo, one of Australia's fastest growing areas.
A new community centre at Koondoola, major roadworks at Flynn Drive, the start of works to make Connolly Drive a dual carriageway from Neerabup Road to Hester Avenue and stage two of construction on Lenore Road are the centrepieces of the City of Wanneroo's 2014/2015 budget.Council adopted the budget at a special meeting last night.
The City of Wanneroo's phenomenal growth rate has surpassed previously forecast rates, latest statistics have revealed.
The City of Wanneroo is developing a series of Master Plans for each active reserve within the central, south and coastal zones of the City.
More than 60 seniors from the City of Wanneroo attended the City's inaugural Seniors Forum last month to discuss issues ranging from mental stimulation to housing.
The renovated and lowered Yanchep Boardwalk construction is nearing completion, with construction and rehabilitation works to be complete for the start of the spring season.
Bush tucker tasting, loom band making and dreamtime storytime are just some of the exciting activities the City of Wanneroo will host to celebrate NAIDOC Week early next month.
The redevelopment of Yanchep Beach Lagoon is progressing with the second stage of the Brazier Road realignment set to commence next week, and the City of Wanneroo urges its residents to take note of public safety signs in the area.
Mayor Tracey Roberts thanked almost 100 volunteers from the City of Wanneroo's Emergency Services on Friday evening.
Girrawheen Library will be closed for one week during July, to allow for the installation of new shelving and maintenance.
The City of Wanneroo is calling on its community to help in the fight against hoons by reporting all cases to Police.
Atlantis Marine Park is remembered by many as a much loved icon of the City of Wanneroo.
The City of Wanneroo's Planning and Sustainability Director Len Kosova is set to take up a new post as CEO with the City of Vincent.
If you have ever wondered what you may discover in your family history, now is your chance to find out.
This is the final week young fans of the popular Billie B Mysteries series have the chance to become the next character in an upcoming book.
Jeremy Kirwan-Ward was the overall winner of the 2014 City of Wanneroo Art Awards, taking home $7500 for his piece titled 'Surface to Air (Flora Terrace)'.
Get your hands dirty for a good cause by taking part in the City of Wanneroo's annual winter planting events.
Fire Services volunteers from the City of Wanneroo were acknowledged for their tremendous efforts at a special appreciation dinner on Friday evening, ahead of National Volunteer Week (12 – 18 May).
With well over 500 volunteers helping in a variety of roles, the City of Wanneroo knows the value of volunteers to a community.
Coastal protection works at Quinns Beach are forging ahead, with construction of the sand bag and rock revetment designed to safeguard the area against severe erosion.
City of Wanneroo residents have an opportunity to join in the fight for safer City roads through the RAC's Risky Roads campaign.
Residents of Koondoola and its surrounding suburbs are set to benefit from a new multi-purpose community centre catering for people of all ages.
Wanneroo Aquamotion is turning five and everyone is invited to the celebrations.
The City of Wanneroo hosted its annual Blessing of the Roads ceremony on Thursday, to pray for the safety of road users during the Easter holiday period.
Drivers are being urged to take care over the Easter Break and the Roadwise Driver Reviver volunteers will be on hand to help, offering motorists the chance to take a break.
Over the next four months, the City of Wanneroo will be lowering the elevated section of the Yanchep Boardwalk, between Foreshore Vista and Compass Circle.
More than 8,000 people descended on Liddell Park in Girrawheen for the City of Wanneroo's annual Global Beats & Eats festival, presented by LiveLighter.
The City of Wanneroo wishes to advise there will be a full pool, spa and sauna closure at Wanneroo Aquamotion between Monday, 14 April and Thursday, 17 April.
The City of Wanneroo's commitment to road safety will be displayed at this year's Blessing of the Roads ceremony.
Hit the road and explore the City of Wanneroo behind your camera lens with photography workshops for young people aged 12 and over.
The City of Wanneroo is temporarily closing Dewars track (known locally as "Durrs") at the end of Damepattie Drive in Two Rocks, amid concerns for safety.
This month, the Yanchep/Two Rocks Library has plenty on offer for the whole family, with regular storytime sessions for children and family history workshops for anyone interested in researching their ancestry.
A capacity crowd is expected at the City of Wanneroo's next free community event, Global Beats & Eats presented by LiveLighter.
More than 4000 people descended on Yanchep National Park on Saturday to step back in time for Retro Rewind.
The City of Wanneroo, together with WALGA's RoadWise Program, is calling for nominations for the Human Spirit Awards.
August 2014 marks 100 years since the outbreak of World War One, and the Wanneroo Regional Museum is running a series of projects, events and exhibitions to commemorate the centenary.
Parents and their young children are encouraged to attend the Banksia Grove Community Centre for 'It's All About Play', which begins next Wednesday (12 March).
Young people within the City of Wanneroo have an opportunity to help shape the City's future, by voicing their opinions as part of a youth engagement study.
The Greens Recycling Facility has a mountain of mulch to give away, offering it free to City of Wanneroo and City of Joondalup ratepayers.
Australian nurses have been going to war for well over 100 years, but their important contribution to Australia’s overseas military operations often goes unreported.
Artists across the state are invited to enter the annual City of Wanneroo Art Awards, which this year boasts almost $17,000 in prize money.
The City of Wanneroo will focus on the suburb of Tapping for this year's Clean Up Australia Day on Sunday, 2 March.
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Hot on the heels of the City of Wanneroo's first Pop Culture Fest, the Wanneroo Library will host superstar graphic novelist Justin Randall in a special 'Meet the Author' evening.
City of Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts welcomes a new $140,000 Light Tanker fast response fire appliance, to replace an existing appliance that well utilised and fought many fires over the years.
Drilling works will be conducted at Fred Stubbs Park this week as part of the investigations into future coastal protection works at Quinns Beach.
City of Wanneroo's older residents, young people with a disability and their carers are invited to a community consultation regarding Home and Community Care (HACC) services.
Take a step back in time and immerse yourself in the fun of Retro Rewind, a brand new event on Saturday, 8 March with entertainment flashbacks for the whole family to enjoy.
Get your creative juices flowing, show off your camera skills and join in the fun with the City of Wanneroo's annual photography competition.
The City of Wanneroo will host Western Australia's largest citizenship ceremony on Australia Day, with almost 700 people from around the world becoming citizens.
The City of Wanneroo is proud to release the latest Visitor Guide and Business Listing, an informative guide to local attractions and activities for both residents and tourists alike.
City of Wanneroo councillors have endorsed the recommendation to construct a revetment over a 280m section of Quinns Beach between the southern groyne and the artificial headland to the south.
Volunteers from a variety of community service and conservation groups were honoured at a function held by the City of Wanneroo on Friday, 6 December.
Selected residents of the City of Wanneroo will be receiving a special Christmas card in their mailboxes, designed by Alkimos Baptist College student, Harpreet Kaur.
Spend time viewing Within These Walls, a free combined exhibition collated by the Wanneroo Museum and Art Collections, on display at the Wanneroo Library and Cultural Centre's Gallery from 14 December 2013 to 2 February 2014.
Get active and learn everything you need to know about nutrition with a free healthier lifestyle workshop by the City of Wanneroo.
Get active and learn everything you need to know about nutrition with a free healthier lifestyle workshop by the City of Wanneroo.
The City of Wanneroo has reopened Fred Stubbs Park, Quinns Rocks for public use following its closure due to beach erosion.
Christmas is just around the corner, so get your family into the spirit of the festive season with fun, interactive Christmas events at all four City of Wanneroo libraries.
Come down to the Hainsworth Community Centre on Wednesday, 27 November for a free community fun day.
The City of Wanneroo is urging road users to take care this festive season, joining forces with WALGA's RoadWise program in the White Ribbons for Road Safety campaign.
Over 10,000 people enjoyed the sounds of the City of Wanneroo Presents: Lisa Mitchell and Josh Pyke concert at Wanneroo Showgrounds on Saturday.
The City of Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts is imploring the State Government to reconsider pushing back the start of the rail extension from Butler to Yanchep and said the recent announcement is nothing short of outrageous.
The City of Wanneroo is urging residents to join its campaign calling on the State government to immediately fund medium and long-term solutions for the problem of erosion at Quinns Beach.
Over 4000 people and their four-legged best friends enjoyed a cloudless sky at Kingsway Regional Sporting Complex on Sunday for the City of Wanneroo’s Dogs Breakfast.
The allocation of tickets has now been exhausted for the City of Wanneroo Presents: Lisa Mitchell and Josh Pyke concert on Saturday, 9 November at Wanneroo Showgrounds.
Family history research is fun and addictive but knowing where to start can be difficult.
Central Ward Councillor Dot Newton JP has been elected by her peers as Deputy Mayor of the City of Wanneroo.
$8000 worth of prizes were given out to ratepayers at the annual Race in Your Rates function on Thursday night.
The City of Wanneroo has assisted more than 2000 children to participate in sport and recreation through its KidSport program.
There is only one month left of the City of Wanneroo's Spring Activities, so make sure you come along to one of the many events planned for November.
The City of Wanneroo is looking to contract a fitness instructor to take on the popular MOVE Fitness in 2014.
The City of Wanneroo welcomed five new and three returning Councillors in a traditional swearing in and smoking ceremony on Monday night.
Remember to head along to Kingsway Regional Sporting Complex this Sunday for the City of Wanneroo's annual Dog's Breakfast presented by ADVANCE.
Time is running out to get your nomination in for the City of Wanneroo's Student Scholarship.
The City of Wanneroo is inviting local residents to a community information session to discuss the future of Quinns Beach and outline what is being done to protect it.
Perth musicians Rainy Day Women, Riley Pearce and Room For Reason will rock Wanneroo, supporting at the City of Wanneroo Presents: Lisa Mitchell and Josh Pyke concert on 9 November.
Do you hate seeing litter in your local streets and parks? Help 'keep Tapping tidy' by joining your neighbours to clean up your community.
For more than a century Ngala have been providing support and guidance to WA families.
The October school holidays are just around the corner, why not fill yours with some fun activities from the City of Wanneroo?
While it may seem more like winter outside, the City of Wanneroo's annual Spring Activities are in full swing.
Just three years since the launch of its Healthy Communities program, the City of Wanneroo has been recognised as the State winner of the 2013 Heart Foundation Healthy Community Awards.
Iconic author and recognisable Australian, Judy Nunn will be visiting Wanneroo on Friday, 22 November to showcase her forthcoming novel Ellaine.
Are you interested in making a difference to your community? Consider joining one of the City’s committees or working groups.
Tickets will be available to the general public from Monday for the City of Wanneroo's free family concert on Saturday, 9 November.
If you are still chasing your political fix now that the Federal election is behind us, you will enjoy a new exhibition coming to the Gallery at the Wanneroo Library and Cultural Centre.
They are man's best friend, so why not have a day celebrating everything we love about dogs?
Lock heads with Lockie Leonard, sing a tune with Singenpoo, bump shoulders with Bugalugs Bum Thief and hear from the man who has brought them all to life.
The City of Wanneroo is thrilled to be recognised for its contribution to tackling heart disease, announced as the State winner of the 2013 Heart Foundation Healthy Community Awards.
The City of Wanneroo is inviting the local community to have their say on a potential extension of the Yanchep Dog Beach.
Australian music will again take centre stage at Wanneroo Showgrounds with the City of Wanneroo's free concert on Saturday, November 9.
Are you from an incorporated, not for profit community organisation? The October round of Community Funding is now open and you may be eligible!