The economic impacts of the Coronavirus are hurting local businesses, which are all valued employers in the City of Kalamunda. Find out how the City is helping and support services available here
Many of the City's local businesses are continuing to offer take away and delivery services to serve patrons. Please check and continue to show support to these local businesses by checking with
them directly to find out how you can still enjoy their delicious treats and drinks.
Join our Facebook Group for the latest menus and delivery options in the Perth Hills
Download a copy of the City's local eateries here
Useful contacts and resources that are available if you are starting up, or running a business and require some assistance.
This support program has now concluded
The City of Kalamunda launched a confidential, advisory support program to help local small businesses through earlier part of the COVID-19 pandemic restriction period in Western Australia.
The confidential, one-hour sessions included a financial review, focus area clarifications, details on available government stimulus support and outlining of staged action plans.
There was also opportunity for owners/operators to discuss any additional questions or concerns regarding the impacts of COVID-19 on the business.
The support sessions were made available to businesses with less than 20 employees, a lease on a premise in the City of Kalamunda or registered owners of a small business in the City of Kalamunda.
The City of Kalamunda is in the process of becoming a Small Business Friendly Local Government which will recognise our commitment to actively supporting small businesses throughout our municipality. Some of the initiatives, which have either already
been introduced, or are under consideration for implementation in the very near future, include:
The City of Kalamunda has a key partnership with the Kalamunda Chamber of Commerce which delivers key elements of the City’s Economic Development Strategy
including business mentoring, workshops and training, business networking and support for business events & Business Excellence Awards.
The primary role of the SBDC is to encourage, promote, facilitate and assist the establishment, growth and development of small business in Western Australia.
The SBDC provides a range of business supports including:
Services from across the Australian Government to support your business. Connecting you to information, grants, registrations and support to help your business succeed in Australia:
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIWA) is the independent voice of business in WA. It provides for members:
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.