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Connect Wanneroo

Connect Wanneroo is a community campaign endorsed by the City of Wanneroo to promote priority projects that need funding and policy support by key politicians and decision makers.

City of Wanneroo Advocacy

The City of Wanneroo recognises the role advocacy plays in influencing political support, decision making and funding of critical infrastructure and social services. 

The City’s first initial Advocacy Strategy in 2014 set the agenda over the years until 2020, when strong community support resulted in funding being secured for a range of key projects spanning road, rail and community facilities.

Following this, a new Advocacy Plan was endorsed by Council in May 2021. The revised Advocacy Plan is centred around three themes - liveability, sustainability and productivity – and nine key projects.

In August 2022, Council endorsed a fourth theme - 'wellbeing' - and four key projects. This expands the City's advocacy to include social infrastructure and services.


Alkimos Aquatic and Recreation Centre fact sheet

Cycling Wanneroo fact sheet

Regional Open Spaces - Alkimos and Yanchep fact sheet

Wanneroo Recreation Centre fact sheet


Flynn Drive fact sheet

Freight fact sheet

Yanchep Strategic Metropolitan Centre fact sheet


Neerabup Waste Innovation Precinct fact sheet

Water and Agribusiness fact sheet


Family and Domestic Violence Support and Accommodation Services

Family Support Services - Child and Parent Centre

Homelessness Support and Accommodation Services

Youth Diversionary Services - PCYC

Working together

The City of Wanneroo works collaboratively with a range of stakeholders, each with an interest in the advocacy journey. The community plays a key role in helping to identify projects and support collective action.

National Growth Areas Alliance (NGAA)

The City is a member of the National Growth Areas Alliance (NGAA), a membership organisation made up of high growth outer metro councils across Australia. Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts is Deputy Chair of the NGAA. 

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National Growth Areas Alliance (NGAA)

Growth Areas Perth Peel (GAPP)

This group has a WA membership of Local Governments that are high growth and outer metro, and share issues in common. For example, providing the necessary sporting and recreational facilities required for a growing population.

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Growth Areas Perth Peel (GAPP)

Connect Wanneroo enquiries

If you have any enquiries about the Connect Wanneroo campaign, please click below to fill out our online form.

Connect Wanneroo enquiries