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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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21/10/2019

It's a new day dawning for the City of Nedlands following Local Government elections held on Saturday, 19 October 2019.  

From a total of 15,407 eligible voters, only 5,070 (representing 32.9%) actually got their votes into the ballotbox.  This is a drop of 259 votes from the 2017 election.  Only 18 votes were rendered invalid. 

Election results:

Mayor – Cilla De Lacy

Dalkeith ward

Bill Hassell (...

21/10/2019

The City of Nedlands extends a warm welcome to newly elected Mayor Cilla De Lacy and councillors Fergus Bennett, Rajah Senathirajah and Rebecca Coghlan, along with re-elected councillors Leo McManus, Andrew Mangano and John Wetherall, following the 2019 local government elections held on Saturday, 19 October, 2019.

On behalf of the City, Chief Executive Officer, Mark Goodlet expressed thanks to outgoing mayor Max Hipkins who steps down after eight years in the role, and councillors Ian Argyle after 16 years’ service, Nigel Shaw (eight years) and...

18/10/2019

Citrus Gall Wasp, a pest of Citrus trees in commercial orchards and home gardens, arrived in WA in 2013 and is spreading rapidly. This wasp poses a threat to the citrus industry in WA. 

The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) require residents assistance to reduce the threat to the citrus industry in WA and advises that citrus tree owners can implement control measures on their property such as:

  • Check for galls from April to June
  • Prune-out galls by June 30 and place them in the sun to dry out (large galls should be chopped up)...

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