Community Services Directory

The Community Directory was created by the City of Kalamunda to provide links for the community to access services and community groups which are local, not for profit and low-cost/free to participate in. These groups and services also comprise of local non-profit sporting clubs, education facilities such as schools and other arts, cultural and leisure activities.

Transport, Aids & Equipment

  • Community Bus – City of Kalamunda
    The City of Kalamunda provides an 18-seater Community Bus and fuel free of charge to local seniors groups and charitable organisations arranging outings for senior citizens. The bus seats 17 passengers and can hold 2 wheelchairs which will reduce the passenger numbers to 15.
    Address: City of Facilities Booking Officer  2 Railway Road KALAMUNDA WA 6076 
    Phone: 9257 9957
    Website: Community > Community Support > Senior Services > Transport
  • RISE Network – Peter Anderton Respite Centre
    Address: 12 Anderson Road,  FORRESTFIELD WA 6076
    Phone: 6274 3680
  • RAC Repairs and Insurance
    Provides a free repair service for electric wheelchairs. Register your chair by telephoning RAC Insurance. If a breakdown occurs, phone the Breakdown Line and a serviceman will attend to any punctures or minor electrical problems to get you going. While staff will repair punctures, they do not routinely carry spare tubes, so remember to keep a spare or two at home.
    Phone: 9436 4444 Breakdown Line: 13 11 11
  • Hospequip
    Hospital, Aged Care, Home Care and Rehabilitation Equipment
    Mobility Equipment Hire and Continence products. Attractive rates for seniors and pensioners. Metro wide delivery Small cost incurred.

    Address: 21 Tulloch Way, WA 6155
    Phone: (08) 9456 1661 1800 251 463 freecall number
  • Royal Perth Volunteer Transport
    A volunteer transport service to patients who have met eligibility criteria—subject to an assessment.
    Address: Wellington Street Perth WA 6000
    Phone: 9224 2054
  • Smartrider
    SmartRider is Transperth’s electronic ticketing system. An embedded microchip enables the smartcard to communicate with processors located on board Transperth buses and ferries and at train stations. It enables value to be stored onto your SmartRider card, journey details to be recorded, and the value of the fare of each journey to be deducted from the stored value on your card. The SmartRider system is simple to use and the most important two things to remember are: 1) Add value to you card (money) 2) Tag on and tag off whenever you travel If your SmartRider goes into debit, you will not be able to use your SmartRider to undertake a new journey until you add value to your SmartRider card. Alternatively, you can purchase a cash ticket.
    Phone: 13 62 13
  • Taxi User Subsidy Scheme
    Passenger Services Department for Planning and Infrastructure 
    Taxi travel at a reduced rate for people who have a severe disability that prevents them from using a conventional public transport bus service.

    Phone: 1300 660 147
  • Volunteer Taskforce – Transport
    Volunteer Taskforce is an agency that seeks to provide subsidised cost effective transport for the frail, aged and disabled. Bookings: must be made at least two days before the journey; require up to a week’s notice when around the date of a public holiday; cannot be used as same day or emergency service.
    Address: 43 Planet Street  CARLISLE WA 6101 
    Phone for bookings:  9318 5700

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Documents are available in alternative formats. To request an alternative format or a printed hard-copy please contact Community Development on 9257 9841. * can also have the directory placed on a USB

Further Information

To be directed to: Community Development Administration Support Officer on 9257 9841 or

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