About your City

Get to know the new place that you call home by discovering some of the things to do and places to see that are unique to the City of Gosnells.

The picturesque Ellis Brook Valley, featuring the landmark Sixty Foot Falls and extensive walking trails, is a major drawcard, and the Wilkinson Homestead Museum is preserving our cultural heritage.


Your Council

Meet Mayor Terresa Lynes and Councillors, find out about our Ordinary Council Meetings, which are open to the public, stay informed about Council decisions, read the latest Annual Report and learn more about your City rates.


Stay up to date with your City

Find out how to connect with us on social media and sign up to our eNewsletters, to keep up to date with what's happening in your City.

Don't forget to tag us with #cityofgosnells when you are out enjoying our City.


Programs and events

The City offers a broad range of programs and events for residents of all ages. Our programs run during school terms and holiday periods, providing opportunities to learn and develop skills and make new friends in your local community, and our events ensure local people don't have to travel far from home for entertainment and engagement.


Libraries, recreation and leisure

The City has many excellent activities for recreation and leisure, whether you want to be active and keep fit or you appreciate relaxing in a pleasant environment. We also have four libraries, located for easy access by residents throughout the City. Find out the latest programs and activities on offer via the links below.

You can also search for venues for hire and parks in your neighbourhood.



At the City of Gosnells, we know how much pets mean to our residents, and we give priority to encouraging responsible pet ownership. Use the links below to register your cat or dog, transfer council registration, or report a lost pet.

You can also find out about dog exercise areas within the City, and view animals currently held at our pound.


Waste and recycling

The City of Gosnells encourages its residents to reduce, reuse and recycle right. You can find out when your general waste and recycling bins are collected via the links below, along with important information about what can and can't be recycled.

You'll find information about our green waste and general junk collection services, and how to dispose of hazardous waste.


Online services and payments

We offer a range of ways for you to request information, report issues and make payments online.

You can register to pay your rates electronically, submit a building application online, book our halls, meeting rooms and other facilities, make a planning enquiry, obtain a fire permit and more.


Planning and building

Our website includes electronic copies of our Annual Reports and planning strategies.

You can also track a building application, find out all you need to know about swimming pool and spa approvals and fill in forms for building and development applications.


Careers and volunteering

The City of Gosnells employs over 600 people in a wide range of occupations and work locations.

We also offer a variety of opportunities for volunteers to make a contribution to the local community. View current employment and volunteering opportunities available within the City via the links below.



The City offers an online, interactive mapping tool that allows you to access our mapping database.

You can search by address to find relevant information plus view parks, City facilities, property, zoning areas and heritage sites. There's also a user guide to get you started.


Your Say Gosnells

We welcome feedback from our community, and the City offers a number of ways that you can contact us.

You can also use the link below to read latest Public Notices relating to the City's activities.