City of Kalamunda


Community Funding Program

Club Fundraising Application

Community Funding Program Information Pack

Kalamunda Sports Star Awards

Sport and Community Development Fund


Upcoming Workshops

City Clubs 4 Life – Get Funded Workshop 2021 TBA


City Clubs 4 Life

If you have any questions at all please feel free to contact us on 9257 9839.


Get Funded Workshop is aimed at Sporting Clubs & Community Groups to assist with completing grant applications.

Interactive and engaging the Get Funded workshop is designed to get your “creative juices” flowing about generating income and writing appealing grant applications.

This workshop will focus on developing grant applications or proposals.

Presented by Wendy Lamotte, Senior Governance and Strategy Consultant, from Making a Difference Enterprises. Wendy is a member of several national and state advisory and legislative committees and has wide experience in project management, business development, training and facilitation. Register here<>


City News

Contact Tracing for Clubs

From Saturday, December 5 2020, community and sporting facilities with indoor facilities will be required to maintain a mandatory contact register for all patrons. This includes clubrooms and licensed venues.

The WA Government has developed the free, SafeWA app<>, an online contact register system that uses QR Codes for patrons and staff to scan to register their attendance.

SafeWA can be downloaded from Apple App Store or Google Play. The app is being provided as a free, easy, contactless solution, however the use of Safe WA is not mandatory.

An alternative format for mandatory contact registers will also need to be available. A paper template is available here<>


Details required are location, date, name, telephone number and arrival time. Email addresses are optional.

Clubs and Groups must:

*   keep contact details for 28 days

*   store the information confidentially and securely.

Clubs and groups have the right to deny entry to anyone who refuses to provide their contact information.

Failing to comply with the new requirements to maintain a contact register could result in fines and penalties of up to $50,000 for an individual and up to $250,000 for a body corporate or 12 months’ imprisonment.



Club News

 Lesmurdie Mazenod Cricket Club (LMCC)<>

LMCC have signed up for Containers for Change.

In only 3 weeks LMCC in partnership with Lesmurdie Mazenod Junior Cricket Club returned 6 full 240L bins containing 1839 cans to their refund point. They raised $183.90 in that short time!

Community members are able to drop off their eligible containers to the clubrooms at Ray Owen Reserve on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons from 5-7pm.

Is your club registered for Containers for change yet?



Lesmurdie Tennis Club<>

Lesmurdie Tennis Club now has an online booking system with remote access to the tennis courts to enable community members to use the tennis courts, without having to pay a membership.

Casual day time rates starts at $10 per hour and night-time from $20.

A full range of services and information is also available on the club’s website<>.

Happy hitting!


Other News

 This Bay is Someone’s Day

 As of next week you might see some of the ACROD Parking Program‘s “This Bay is Someone’s Day” campaign materials popping up around the City of Kalamunda. These materials include ACROD bay stickers reminding people to ‘Park Right, Day and Night’ and ranger cards reminding drivers who misuse the bays of the real-life implications their actions can have on the lives of permit-holders. Don’t forget, the on-the-spot fine for illegally parking in an ACROD bay has increased from $300 to $500 while court imposed penalties have risen from $2000 to $5000.

Please follow and encourage your club members to follow the ‘This Bay is Someone’s Day’ Facebook page<> to see real life stories of ACROD permit holders and what having access to the bays means to them. Also keep an eye on the City of Kalamunda’s social media for more information about this campaign.


How good does the new paving look? Kalamunda Water Park has opened for the Summer season. Kalamunda Water Park makes for a fantastic venue, offering you a brand new way to celebrate. The picnic grounds can cater for 10 – 800 guests. Call the friendly water park staff on 9293 4432 with any enquiries you may have.



Fundraising Opportunity!

Perth Trail Series invite clubs to assist at their events, help with registration and handing out of medals at the finish line and in return Perth Trail Series will donate money to your club. Read this information sheet<> that highlights how Perth Trail Series work with Clubs. This could be your next Fundraiser sorted.

They have really easy sign up forms<> for getting in touch.



Community TAB Sports Grant 

Community TAB has launched a new opportunity for metropolitan and regional sporting clubs in WA to receive grants of up to $2,000.

Community TAB will provide two grants each month to support grassroots clubs.

Clubs can apply for one of two grants:

*   Level 1 – $2,000 grant

*   Level 2 – $1,000 grant




Managing Alcohol in your Club

Good Sports have released a really useful guide to managing alcohol in your club. 

Topics covered include: 

*   Drinking behind the bar

*   Drinking games, alternative options

*   Unlimited/free drinks, lower alcohol content beverages

*   Drinking in areas outside of the bar

*   Consuming alcohol on a bus

*   Does your liquor licence extend to your changerooms?



Activ8ed for Asthma

Asthma WA recognises sports clubs that have Activ8ed for Asthma with an ongoing loyalty program and a free Asthma Action Kit for emergencies.

Activ8 for Asthma encourages kids to participate in sports and not let asthma hold them back!

The Activ8 for Asthma program is for people who work with children in sports, such as coaches, trainers, volunteers, parents and teachers. Through the program you will gain confidence, knowledge and skills to best support kids with asthma in their pursuit of playing sports.