City of Cockburn
City of Cockburn, PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC, Western Australia, 6965
Telephone: (08) 9411 3444

35 years in the city of cockburn

LATEST REFORM NEWS - City of Jervoise bay

Cockburn and Kwinana will amalgamate to become the City of Jervoise Bay.

The City of Cockburn welcomed the Minister for Local Government's long-awaited announcement to create a new City of Jervoise Bay by amalgamating the cities of Cockburn and Kwinana.

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SENIORS WEEK - 9 November to 16 November 2014 

Take a look what is coming up for Cockburn's Seniors week!

  • Bush poetry, Free morning Tea and Craft demonstrations
    Monday 10th November
    VENUE: Cockburn Seniors Centre,
    9 Coleville Cres, Spearwood
  • Experiencing Nyungar Culture for Seniorsclick to read more
    DATE: Tuesday 11 November
    TIME: 10am  -2pm
    VENUE: Cnr Gwilliam & Progress Drive, Bibra Lake
  • Have a Go Day Outing
    Wednesday 12 November
    BUS TIMES: 9am returning 3pm
    Departing: 9.30
    COST: $8.00

More info on how to book:




Join now with $0 joining fee or a FREE MONTH available on all 12 month memberships!

CALL NOW!  9411 3355

Offer expires 31 Oct 2014

*Valid for new members only



City of Cockburn

News & Upcoming Events

SUSTAINABLE LIVING EXPO 2014Sustainable living Expo banner

See the latest technology in lighting, rainwater tanks, solar, skylights, cooking appliances and more.

Free event

WHEN: Saturday 15 Nov
TIME: 10am to 4pm
WHERE: Memorial Hall,
Cnr Carrington St, & Rockingham Rd, Hamilton Hill

MORE INFO: Sustainable Living Expo Website
or Phone: 08 9360 6667



click to read more about Your Move programsGlow Ride
When: 8 Nov 2014
TravelSmart and get your glow on!

Bike Maintenance Summer Session
When: 8 Nov &
6 Dec 2014 + more dates

Join the Commuter Revolution
15 Oct 2014
Ride2Work Day


Magpie Breeding Season Is Here

Please note that magpies will display aggression towards the public to defend their young and may try to forcibly take food from people in parks. Avoid areas where this is occurring by changing cycling and walking routes and picnic areas frequented by magpies in the short term. It is likely that this behaviour will cease by the end of November.

The City does not act upon these incidences due to it being a natural occurrence.

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