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Welcome to the City of Nedlands

The City of Nedlands is situated just 7km from Perth and stretches from the banks of the beautiful Swan River to the edge of the Indian Ocean. A population of more than 21,000 lives in the suburbs of Nedlands, Dalkeith, Mt Claremont, Swanbourne, Karrakatta and parts of Floreat and Shenton Park. Information for new residents is available to help you settle in comfortably. Please note: documents on this website are available in alternative formats on request.

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28/01/2022

The annual Summer Concerts in the Park are back for 2022, bringing fun, laughter and great music to the City of Nedlands - from 5.30pm-7pm every Sunday in February.

Presented by the City of Nedlands, the Summer Concerts in the Park series is now in its 24th year, providing popular, free, outdoor gigs with a family-friendly atmosphere for the community. Bring the family and pack a picnic or check out the food trucks that will be cooking up a delicious snack or meal. This is the best, free fun you’ll have all summer.

For the first concert of the season, Councillor Olinka Combes...

28/01/2022

Following a Council Resolution of 14 December 2021, the City has now completed its recruitment process for new Directors of Corporate and Strategy, and Planning and Development.  

The successful candidates are Mr Michael Cole, who will commence on 14 March 2022 as Director of Corporate and Strategy, and Mr Tony Free who has been Interim Director Planning and Development since early 2021.

Michael Cole has an outstanding reputation in the local government sector, most recently as Chief Financial...

27/01/2022

The State Government needs your help to find European wasps in our City!

European wasp is considered one of the world’s worst and most aggressive wasp species, with summer to autumn being considered the best time to locate nests.

The European wasp’s distinctive features include that it is drawn to fish and meat, have black antennae, have shorter legs that are raised during flight, and can be seen flying in and out of a hole in the ground – the entry to their nest.

If you see something that makes you wonder, don’t second guess – contact 9368 3080, via...

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