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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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03/08/2020

A blocked sewerage pipe at Lawler Park on Wednesday 29 July 2020, has caused a back-up flow in a City of Nedlands building situated in the park.  This has been reported and is being repaired by Water Corporation crews.

The damaged building is owned by the City of Nedlands and under a management agreement with the operators of the Hackett Playgroup and Floreat Toy Library.

The building is being cleaned and sanitised and will be closed until work is completed. 

 

31/07/2020

Join a Natural Area Friends Group and see how your assistance can make a difference to the natural environment within the City of Nedlands.  Contact a coordinator for more details:

Friends of Allen Park 

The Friends of Allen Park meet every Tuesday, and monthly on the first Saturday of each month from 9am to 11am to undertake activities to conserve the bushland. Please contact Lesley on 0431 728 230 if you are interested in participating.  

Friends of Hollywood Reserve –...

31/07/2020

Ensuring a strong, sustainable tree canopy is one of the City of Nedlands’ highest priorities. For this reason it welcomes a recent study undertaken by the University of Western Australia,  RMIT University and CSIRO which establishes a credible method of predicting the extent of tree canopies for the future. 

Furthermore, the study undertaken by Alex Saunders, John Duncan and Bryan Boruff (UWA), Joe Hurley and  Marco Amati (RMIT), and Peter Caccetta and Joanne Chia (CSIRO) and published in the journal Landscape and Urban Planning 199 (2020), suggests Nedlands is doing well and will...

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