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Community Development


The City is committed to building the capacity of the local community through community development strategies and initiatives, all with the aim of making the City a great place to live.

The Community Development team works in partnership with residents, community organisations and business operators to develop community-driven sustainable projects.

The team is a link between Council and the community, and can offer assistance in many areas, including community skills training, funding opportunities, event management, creating networks, linking people to services, volunteering and advocating on behalf of the community.

For more information or to discuss potential community development projects contact the Community Development Team on 9397 3000 or email

Cultural diversity

We celebrate the rich cultural diversity of our community and support an array of diverse community development opportunities.


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Community Gardens

Community gardens are great places where people come together to grow food, foster good health, support life-long learning and cultivate vibrant communities.

Community Feedback

Click here to provide feedback and input on community development programs and initiatives.

Neighbour Day

Neighbour Day is an annual celebration of community and encourages people to connect with those who live in their neighbourhood.

Clubs and Community Groups Capacity Building

The City of Gosnells is hosting workshops to increase the knowledge and skills of local community groups and clubs. Each workshop is an opportunity to network and share ideas.


Held nationally each year in the first week of July, NAIDOC (National Aboriginal and Islanders Day Observance Committee) Week is a time for everyone to celebrate and show respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders cultures.

World Day of Remembrance

World Day of Remembrance is held to commemorate and recognise road traffic victims from around the world. This internationally recognised World Day of Remembrance is officially held on the third Sunday of November.