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The Liberty Swing is an accessible swing for children who use a wheelchair. The City of Kalamunda has a Liberty Swing in Stirk Park, corner Kalamunda Road and Canning Road located off the Elizabeth Street entrance.
A key is required to access the swing and enclosure and may be purchased or loaned from the City of Kalamunda at 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda, Zig Zag Cultural Centre or the Kalamunda Library, Williams Street, Kalamunda.
All City libraries provide a diverse range of services to allow
all members to join our community! Facilities provided include:
View the full range of library services available here
Some additional resources and services available include
The Companion Card is for people with a significant and permanent disability, who require attendant care support to participate at community venues and activities. Cardholders present their card when booking or purchasing a ticket from a participating
business who will issue a second ticket for their companion at no charge.
The Companion Card website has more information on how to apply for a Companion Card and eligibility.
The City of Kalamunda is an affiliate of the Companion Card and offers free entry or participation at the following City of Kalamunda venues:
The Department of Transport has information relating to Universal Access on their website.
Living & Participation Grants assist West Australian individuals with a permanent disability. Grants of between $500 and $10,000 are available for equipment, resources, projects and activities that enable people with disability to participate
in recreational and social activities; and improve the quality of life for people with disability and their families.
The information package and application can be downloaded from the Community
Living & Participation Grants' website.
Disability Access & Inclusion Plan (2017 - 2022)
All Abilities Forum