What is the Wanneroo Way?
If you know of a City of Wanneroo resident who has done something to help you or another person in our community, we want to know.
From Girrawheen to Two Rocks, we want to celebrate you, our local people, for all the incredible things you do to help each other and make our community great every day - whether it's an act of kindness or bravery, fundraising or volunteering efforts, or a creative way of helping others.
Our amazing people are what make the City of Wanneroo a place people want to live, work and play, and we want to give a shout out to people who show the #WannerooWay.
From 12 April to 12 July 2023, when you nominate someone from our community, you could win them a $100 voucher to spend at one of the City’s amazing local businesses!
Nominate someone now using our online nomination form.
Local seniors are wielding paintbrushes, clay and pencils, all in the name of creating art and social supports.
From improved self-confidence to increased strength, Julie Osborne helps people with disabilities through the power of horse riding.
An empty Yanchep lot has been transformed into a lush garden by a group of dedicated volunteers who love a good yarn.
Marcia and Lorraine
Making sure people feel welcome is a key ingredient to a successful senior citizens club according to Wanneroo resident Marcia Dinnie.
Saving lives is all in a day’s work for volunteer bush firefighter Greg Pobar.
Volunteer surf lifesaver Richard Lissett has helped bring a local club into the twenty-first century, using the power of the cloud to upskill members.
Clay and Damien
Two mates have cycled a gruelling 200km journey to honour family members whose lives were touched by cancer.
Tam and Cal
Tam and Cal chose to stay and defend their property in the Yanchep bushfire.