Neighbour Day is an annual celebration of community and encourages people to connect with their neighbours. Being neighbourly breaks down social barriers, reduces isolation and improves wellbeing. Connected people feel safer, happier and live healthier lifestyles.

Neighbour Day is celebrated annually on the last Sunday in March.

This year Neighbour Day: Create Belonging is on Sunday 26 March. Help create belonging across in your neighbourhood and build the inclusive communities you want to live in, one relationship at a time.

Safely introduce yourself and check on your neighbours well-being

If you would like to connect with your neighbours, the City has ‘Meet your neighbour' cards available for free download.

Download: Meet your neighbour cards and look after your Neighbours.

More information: Community Development and Safety on 08 9397 000 or email

Neighbourhood Watch WA

Neighbourhood Watch WA is a program to help neighbours watch out for neighbours. Getting involved is easy. It is as simple as getting to know your neighbours and exchanging contact information. Neighbourhood Watch aims to increase communication amongst neighbours, prevent crime, encourage reporting of suspicious activity in your neighbourhood and improve the level of personal and home security in the community.

Street Meet and Greet program

The Street Meet and Greet Program encourages residents to be proactive in meeting and engaging with their neighbours. Gosnells District Neighbourhood Watch supports the program by providing hosts with sports equipment for hire and safety information kits.