Access and Inclusion

Project Overview

Creating an accessible community, a place where everyone belongs

Shire of Mundaring is committed to ensuring our community is welcoming, accessible and inclusive for all.

Together with the Shire’s Inclusion and Disability Access Advisory Group we are seeking feedback to learn how to improve access and inclusion across the shire.

We particularly invite people living with a disability; their families and carers; people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds; the LGBTIQA+ community; and people with mental health conditions to share their experiences.

How can you provide comment or find out more information?

Read information available in the ‘Document Library’ and via the ‘Project Links’ (see right hand side of project page).

Tell us what is important to you by:

  • completing the survey online via the ‘Survey’ icon below, or
  • complete a downloadable survey available via the ‘Document Library’ and submit via the submission icon below, or
  • share your suggestions via the ‘Ideas Wall’ icon below.

For more information call 9290 6682.

Feedback is due by 30 June 2022.

  • Review current DAIP

    April 2022

  • Community Consultation

    April to June 2022

  • Develop draft Access and Inclusion Informing Strategy

    June 2022

As a public authority in Western Australia the Shire is required to plan for people with disability under the Disability Services Act 1993.

Currently the Shire has a Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2017-21 which is under review and we are working towards development of an Access and Inclusion Informing Strategy (AIIS) 2022-26.

Development of the AIIS is in line with priorities within the Shire Strategic Community Plan:

     1.  Community

          1.3  Everyone belongs

                 1.3.7 Ensure Shire facilities and infrastructure are accessible for people with disability.

The Shire’s role and responsibility under the Disability Services Act 1993 is to:

  • Lodge a plan that covers a period of maximum five years with the Department of Communities and maintain a current plan;
  • Include actions that address the seven Outcome areas listed in the Act;
  • Consultation with internal and external stakeholders during the review and development of a plan;
  • Implement actions within the plan; and
  • Report annually to Department of Communities on progress of the plan.
  • Creating an accessible community, a place where everyone belongs

    The Shire together with the Inclusion and Disability Access Advisory Group is seeking community feedback to learn what is important to our residents and how as a local government we can plan to increase access and inclusion within our community. Please provide your comment via this online survey.

  Idea Wall

What can the Shire do to make the region more welcoming, accessible and inclusive?

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