"Our community is our strength and we encourage you
to stay in touch and support each other at this time."


Frequently asked questions 


Following the advice of the Federal government and the WA Department of Health, Shire of Mundaring has introduced changes to slow the spread of COVID-19 in the community.

Changes will be in place until further notice and may be extended as required.

We cannot promise business as usual but we will be doing our best in what is an evolving situation.

Click here to see our list of COVID-19 FAQs.


Latest News 


15 April 2020 - Council adopts COVID-19 Financial Hardship Policy.                          

A new financial hardship policy endorsed by Mundaring Shire Council this week will offer fair, dignified and consistent support to ratepayers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more...


7 April 2020 - A message from the Shire President
Watch the video here

6 April 2020 - Community Connect program supports vulnerable community members

Shire of Mundaring has launched a new initiative to encourage community members to connect with, and support, their neighbours. Read more...


3 April 2020 - Relief and recovery strategies adopted to counter COVID-19 crisis      

Shire of Mundaring Council has adopted a raft of relief and recovery strategies aimed at supporting community members and groups, local businesses and industry through the
unprecedented challenges presented by the COVID-19 crisis.


30 March 2020 - Special Council meeting to address response to COVID-19

Shire of Mundaring will hold a Special Council meeting on Thursday 2 April 2020 commencing at 6.00pm via video conference.

Shire President Cr John Daw said the meeting was called to determine Council's response to the COVID-19 crisis, with a particular focus on two key matters. Read more...


27 March 2020 - Shire considers financial relief measures in response to COVID-19

Shire of Mundaring is urgently developing plans to help support local community members and businesses through the economic and social turmoil caused by COVID-19. Read more...

Shire President Cr John Daw said a range of short and medium term measures are being considered. Read more...


25 March 2020 - Administration Building and Operations Depot now closed to public

The Shire of Mundaring Administration Building and Operations Depot has been closed to the public until at least the end of April.

This decision was made following Commonwealth and the State Government announcements yesterday to close all non-essential local government facilities, maintain social distancing guidelines and for people to 'stay home unless absolutely necessary'. Read more...


25 March 2020 - A message from the Shire President. Watch the video here...


Shire Services


Changes will be in place until further notices and could be extended as required.
We cannot promise business as usual but we will be doing our best in what is an evolving situation.

Affected services/ facilities will be published below in line with government announcmenets:


Bilgoman Aquatic Centre

Boya Community Centre

Boya Oval Change rooms

Brown Park Community Centre

Bruce Douglas Pavilion

Chidlow Oval Pavilion

Darlington Hall & Lesser Hall

Darlington Oval Pavilion

Elsie Austin Oval Pavilion

Glen Forrest Hall

Glen Forrest Oval Change rooms

Grab n Go @ Coppin Road

Grab n Go @ Mathieson Road

Harry Riseborough Oval Pavilion

Hub of the Hills

Lake Leschenaultia Park

Mount Helena Aquatic Centre

Mundaring Arena

Mundaring Hall

Mundaring Oval Pavilion

Mundaring Hardcourts

Parkerville Hall

Parkerville Oval Pavilion

Sawyers Valley Hall

Shire of Mundaring Administration Building:
still operating but closed to members of the public

Shire of Mundaring Operations Depot:
still operating but closed to members of the public

Swan View Youth Centre

Wooroloo Hall

All playgrounds, skateparks, dirt jumps and outdoor exercise equipment



Child and Parent Centre: Swan – Middle Swan – Clayton View
Group family activities and health services are suspended until further notice.

Mundaring Visitor Centre – telephone and internet service only

Face-to-face customer service has temporarily been suspended.

Staff will continue to assist people with their enquiries via phone and email

Mundaring Visitor Centre operating hours for phone and email enquiries:
Monday to Saturday: 9.30am to 4pm
Sunday and Public Holidays: 10am to 2.30pm
Phone: 9290 6645

Facebook: @perthhillsmundaring           
Instagram: @perthhillsmundaring

Effective from Wednesday 18 March 2020.

Libraries – Libraries provide a vital community service and whilst face to face service can not continue at this time, we will be offering a range of non-contact services. 

For further information related to alternative ways to connect with Library services, including a new Click 'n' Deliver service, see the Libraries page of our website or call 9290 6780 to reach the Mundaring Library or 9290 6755 for Boya.  Alternatively, follow the Library on Facebook.

You can also check for online resources on our eLibrary page.

Library staff are still available by phone or email to answer queries from 9am to 5pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from 9am to 7pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and from 9am to noon on Saturdays.



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