Major Strategic Community Plan Review - Engagement Phase Two

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Two people riding bikes in Kwinana with chat bubble 'Love my Kwinana'

Love my Kwinana is a project created to unearth a new community vision for the future.

Help create a prosperous future for Kwinana by participating in the major review of the City’s Strategic Community Plan.

What is a Strategic Community Plan?

The Strategic Community Plan outlines the vision, aspirations and objectives of the community over the next 10 years. It's a strategic roadmap of where the community want to go and what it will look like when we get there.

The City has had a Strategic Community Plan since its original adoption in 2013, now with the exciting growth experienced by Kwinana and the abundant opportunities, now is the perfect time to reset the vision.

You can view the draft Strategic Community Plan 2021-2031 on this page. The draft strategic direction is also included in the Consultation Document.

The Strategic Community Plan must also be activated by a Corporate Business Plan, both of which should be informed by a Long Term Financial Plan, Infrastructure Strategy and Workforce Plan.

Why do we have to review it?

The State Government sets the requirements for a Local Government’s Strategic Community Plan through legislation, regulations and the Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework. The Local Government Act 1995 requires that the Strategic Community Plan undergo a major review once every four years. This review must take into account the community’s aspirations for the future.

What can I do to get involved?

Love the Kwinana that you live in? So do we! Love my Kwinana is a project designed to unearth a new vision for the future. To get involved with this phase of enagagement, please complete the survey below, complete the feedback form attached to the consultation document or attend one of our workshops.

Love my Kwinana is a project created to unearth a new community vision for the future.

Help create a prosperous future for Kwinana by participating in the major review of the City’s Strategic Community Plan.

What is a Strategic Community Plan?

The Strategic Community Plan outlines the vision, aspirations and objectives of the community over the next 10 years. It's a strategic roadmap of where the community want to go and what it will look like when we get there.

The City has had a Strategic Community Plan since its original adoption in 2013, now with the exciting growth experienced by Kwinana and the abundant opportunities, now is the perfect time to reset the vision.

You can view the draft Strategic Community Plan 2021-2031 on this page. The draft strategic direction is also included in the Consultation Document.

The Strategic Community Plan must also be activated by a Corporate Business Plan, both of which should be informed by a Long Term Financial Plan, Infrastructure Strategy and Workforce Plan.

Why do we have to review it?

The State Government sets the requirements for a Local Government’s Strategic Community Plan through legislation, regulations and the Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework. The Local Government Act 1995 requires that the Strategic Community Plan undergo a major review once every four years. This review must take into account the community’s aspirations for the future.

What can I do to get involved?

Love the Kwinana that you live in? So do we! Love my Kwinana is a project designed to unearth a new vision for the future. To get involved with this phase of enagagement, please complete the survey below, complete the feedback form attached to the consultation document or attend one of our workshops.

Kwinana's Future

Here is your opportunity to let your imagination run wild. Tell us, what does Kwinana look like in 30 years time?

Thank you for sharing your story with us and helping to shape the Strategic Community Plan review. 

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

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    Clean and tidy

    by City Engagement Team, 4 months ago

    Clean and Tidy.


    Obtained from engagement at Bertram Community Centre.

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    Playgrounds

    by City Engagement Team, 4 months ago
    Big playgrounds, taekwondo place, musical arena, art and craft club, tech club.


    Obtained from engagement at Bertram Community Centre.

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    Green and shady

    by City Engagement Team, 4 months ago
    Green, shady, people walking, cycling everywhere. Bertram shops - alfresco dining all around. Cross country walk and color art on walls.


    Obtained from engagement at Bertram Community Centre.

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    Inclusive

    by City Engagement Team, 4 months ago
    A place where all ages can find what they want to be involved in, in their own shire and not have to go to another shire for this!!!


    Obtained from general engagement.

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    Oasis

    by City Engagement Team, 4 months ago
    An Oasis of bushland

    A vibrant creative environmentally aware community


    Obtained from general engagement

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    Christmas Market

    by City Engagement Team, 4 months ago
    Christmas Market


    Obtained from Multicultural Action Group

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    Vibrant

    by City Engagement Team, 4 months ago

    A multicultural vibrant City inclusive of people with disabilities.


    Obtained from the Multicultural Action Group.

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    Cinema

    by City Engagement Team, 4 months ago
    A permanent outdoor cinema (Koorliny Centre)

    Mountain bike track

    keep it green, plant more trees

    24/7 public transport


    Obtained from Multicultural Action Group

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    Sustainable

    by City Engagement Team, 4 months ago

    Populated, best secure City, more big shopping centres, sustainable City, well maintained public transport, more job opportunities, university, agriculture and farming centre. Population grow within the City, hiking places, baking centre.


    Obtained from the Multicultural Action Group.

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    Green

    by City Engagement Team, 4 months ago

    Still green and a lot of trees and public open spaces.

    An inclusive, welcoming place with community spirit and community spaces, events and mindset.


    Obtained from the Multicultural Action Group.