What's Happening in my Suburb?

New suburb - Lake Coogee

As of 30 March 2020, Cockburn's newest suburb, Lake Coogee will replace parts of Munster. A residual section of Munster to the east of Rockingham Road remains.

What are the changes?

•    The part of Munster west of Stock Road/Rockingham Road, east of the Lake Coogee lake, and north of Frobisher Avenue will be renamed Lake Coogee
•    The part of Munster west of Stock Road/Rockingham Road, west of the Lake Coogee lake, and south of Frobisher Avenue, will become part of Henderson.
 The City also supported an extension of the boundary of Henderson northwards to include land zoned for future development as Marine Related Industry.

For more information please read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) below.

Munster, Lake Coogee, Henderson boundary change FAQ opens in a new window


Search by suburb or project type to view projects that have commenced or will be starting in 2019-20.

Select the suburb(s), type of project(s) and financial year(s) you are interested in and search.

The number of projects by suburb varies each year. New suburbs require new parks and facilities, and larger suburbs usually have more projects. All assets have the same renewal period regardless of the suburb.

If you have any feedback on 'What's happening in my Suburb', email customer@cockburn.wa.gov.au, For more information visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) page.

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    • Community and sports facilities
      Atwell

      CCTV installation

      Community and sports facilities | Budget $23k | Year 2018-19

      CCTV to be installed at Atwell Community Centre. 

      Address: 9 Lombe Gardens, Atwell
    • Parks and Environment
      Atwell

      Cockatoo Orchard, Goodwill Park improvements

      Parks and Environment | Budget $20k | Year 2018-19

      Artwork and cockatoo roosting perch to be installed at Goodwill Park. 

      Address: Harvest Lakes Boulevard, Atwell (Goodwill Avenue adjacent)
    • Parks and Environment
      Atwell

      Extension of boardwalk

      Parks and Environment | Budget $85k | Year 2018-19

      Extension of boardwalk to create a loop at Eco Park. 

      Address: 32 Aurora Drive, Atwell
    • Roads and paths
      Atwell

      Footpath extension

      Roads and paths | Budget $30k | Year 2019-20

      Footpath extension along Harmony Avenue.

      Address: Harmony Avenue, Atwell.
    • Roads and paths
      Atwell

      New footpath

      Roads and paths | Budget $28k | Year 2019-20

      New footpath to be installed along Lombe Gardens from Dunnage Court to Waters Avenue. 

      Address: Lombe Gardens, Atwell
    • Parks and Environment
      Atwell

      Playground renewal

      Parks and Environment | Budget $43k | Year 2019-20

      Playground renewal at Kurrajong Park. Project completed

      Address: Kurrajong Approach, Atwell
    • Parks and Environment
      Atwell

      Playground renewal

      Parks and Environment | Budget $42k | Year 2019-20

      Playground renewal at Goodwill Park. Project Completed.

      Address: Harvest Lakes Boulevard, Atwell
    • Parks and Environment
      Atwell

      Playground renewal

      Parks and Environment | Budget $27k | Year 2018-19

      Playground renewal at Kennack Park. Project completed.

      Address: Kennack Vista, Atwell
    • Roads and paths
      Atwell

      Road resurfacing

      Roads and paths | Budget $72k | Year 2019-20

      Tapper Road to be resurfaced from Bartram Road to Sedge Link. Project completed. 

      Address: Tapper Road, Atwell 
    • Parks and Environment
      Atwell

      Shade sail installation

      Parks and Environment | Budget $20 | Year 2019-20

      New shade sail to be installed at Zodiac Park playground. Project Completed 

      Address: Zodiac Loop, Atwell

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    Spearwood 6163

    PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
    Western Australia, 6965

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