The City of Cockburn is progressive, community minded and focused on sustainable living. Find out more including the latest news around town, Cockburn history, the economy and our demographic profile, business and technology, and issues and projects you can comment on.
Supporting and developing our community is important to us. Find out about our community services and programs which encourage participation, connection, wellness, happiness and success.
Health and Safety
Find out about public health, fire safety, emergency management, crime prevention and animal management in the City, including dogs and cats.
Building and Development
Find out about residential, commercial and city development, including town planning, building permits and development applications, as well as transport, traffic and parking in the City.
Waste and Environment
Protecting our natural environment is very important to us. Find out about rubbish and waste management, recycling, water, sustainable living and protecting our environment.
Recreation and Attractions
Looking for something to see or do? Find out what events are on and things to do, local attractions in the City, facilities and venues for hire, sport, recreation and leisure facilities in the City.
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The National Broadband Network (NBN) will bring high speed broadband to all Australians. Some parts of Cockburn have access to the NBN already and work is underway in other areas. Contact NBNCo if you have any queries regarding progress or service commencement dates.
Developers are responsible for providing telecommunications infrastructure in their developments. To provide this infrastructure, they need to contract a carrier to install telecommunications infrastructure in their new development.
NBN is the infrastructure provider of last resort in larger developments (100 lots or more). This means NBN is obliged to service the development on commercially agreed terms if you apply to NBN. Telstra is the infrastructure provider of last resort in smaller developments (less than 100 lots) until NBN publicly identifies an area as ‘ready for service’ in its fixed line rollout region. You can view the roll out map on the NBN website.
Developers are asked to apply at least six months before the required date of service, to ensure a connection is ready when residents move in.
If you have a new or recently approved development application lodged with the City of Cockburn please visit the NBN website to register your development and ensure it is NBN ready.
Contact NBNCo for up-to-date information on NBN in your area or to make a query.
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Po Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965