Our City of Wanneroo

The City of Wanneroo is one of the fastest growing and largest local government authorities in Australia, and includes 32 kilometres of coastline, natural environments, agricultural and bush land. The City has 36 suburbs, across 685.1 square kilometres1, stretching from Girrawheen in the south to Two Rocks in the north, and lies on the north-eastern urban corridor of the Perth metropolitan area, about 12km from the Perth CBD at its nearest point and 62km at its farthest point.

The City is bounded by the Shire of Gingin in the north, the Shire of Chittering and the City of Swan in the east, the cities of Stirling and Joondalup in the south, and the Indian Ocean to the west. The City is characterised by a diverse mix of urban, rural and industrial land uses, as well as a significant area of natural bushland and state forest, including Yanchep National Park, Neerabup National Park and Yellagonga Regional Park.

A natural wetland system runs through the City, dominated by the pristine Lake Joondalup that separates the City of Wanneroo from the City of Joondalup. Urban land is predominantly residential, with a number of commercial centres providing jobs and services, along with the established industrial centre of Wangara and the newly emerging Neerabup Industrial Area site.

Beyond the Central Ward

North Ward
  • Supporting local businesses up in Jindalee at the Jindalee Beach Shack with the Wanneroo Business Association.

North-East Ward
  • Volunteering through networking and keeping attendees company at the Wanneroo Christmas Day Lunch 2021 in Butler.

  • Supporting the Lukin Drive extension at a community rally with the North Wanneroo Residents Association in Nowergup.

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Central-West Ward
  • Attended the Opening of the Belhaven Park Pavilion, Quinns Rocks on the 18 November 2021.

  • Supporting the V8 Supercars at the Wanneroo Raceway promoting tourism in Neerabup.

  • Supporting home-based and small business Eco-Bread based in Quinns Rocks

Central-East Ward
South-West Ward
  • My first visit to the Northern Suburbs Men's Shed in Landsdale meeting the executive committee and members.

  • Supporting local sporting groups Olympic Kingsway and local businesses in Madeley

  • A visit to the Wanneroo Men's Shed in Wangara showcasing the talent and skills around computer refurbishment.

South Ward
  • Supporting the local Newpark Bar and Bistro in Girrawheen enjoying a great meal.

  • Working cooperatively with Councillor James Rowe attending his community coffee catch-up in Girrawheen.