Visit:   7 April 2017
Taking it to the streets

The Subiaco Street Party is back this weekend – bigger and better for 2017!
Kicking off at 3pm tomorrow afternoon and continuing into the evening, the town centre is set to come alive with music, food and entertainment aplenty, as well as street bars, rides, live art installations and family-friendly attractions to celebrate Subiaco’s rich and unique culture.

The 2017 Subiaco Street Party is not to be missed!
 Find out what’s in store on Facebook and be sure to share the event with your friends and family.

Get a sneak peek below.


Join the conversation and and help shape the economic future of Subiaco. We want your feedback on the draft Economic Development Strategy 2017–2021.

The strategy outlines challenges and opportunities in building a strong, stable and diverse economy – an economy that has seen significant investment and experienced steady growth over the past several years.
Penny for your thoughts?
We’ll be at the Subiaco Street Party tomorrow, so if you see us out and about, say hello and share your thoughts on the strategy with us.


Do you have a big idea? Let us know!

Did you miss out on one of our Community Development Grants? Don’t worry, you can now apply for one of our rolling grants to fuel your big idea – any time of the year. Grants of up to $1000 are available to community members and organisations to assist with small projects and events in the city.
Or if you’re a young person aged between twelve and twenty-five, you can apply for a Youth Achievement Grant to help fund your participation in a community project, event or competition in Subiaco, around the country or even overseas.
What are you waiting for? Apply today!


Anzac Day services

Together with the local RSL sub-branches, we’re honouring the brave men and women who have served our country in times of war. We’ll be holding two services in Shenton Park and Subiaco.

25 April | Rankin Gardens | FREE

School holiday activities

We have the school holidays covered, with a jam-packed calendar of events and activities. With Lego club, craft activities and a very special storytime, there is something for everyone.

April | Subiaco Library | FREE

All ages skateboarding

Let the good times roll at a free skateboarding clinic with Skateboarding WA this month. Skateboards and helmets are provided so there is no better opportunity to get on board. Suitable for all ages.

19 April | Subiaco skatepark | FREE

Going behind the scenes

Go behind the scenes of As You Wave Me Goodbye, a documentary by local choir Voiceworks to commemorate the Anzac centenary. The moving documentary features musical performances and interviews with war veterans.

28 April | Subiaco Library | FREE


Have you ever heard of a baffle box?

We've just installed the biggest of its kind in Western Australia in one of our parks.

Click here to find out what it is

That's a wrap: Bike to Work Breakfast

Were you one of the near 500 people who celebrated Bike Week in Subiaco? Did you come along for a free breakfast, or perhaps ride to market over the weekend? However you celebrated, we'd like to say thank you for cycling in Subiaco.

Remember, if you spot yourself or someone you know in our photos, tag them.

Check out all the action on Facebook



When: Tuesday 11 April, 5.30pm
Where: Council Chambers, Administration Centre, 241 Rokeby Road
Members of the public are welcome to attend the April Council meeting and are given the opportunity to ask questions or make statements. For more information about Council meetings visit our website.



Subiaco Fallen Soldiers' Memorial
November 1923

At the end of World War I, a committee to raise funds for a memorial honouring local fallen soldiers was formed. Despite initial enthusiasm, a struggling post-war economy saw fundraising efforts slow. Construction on the E.H. Hamilton-designed memorial began in 1922 and continued until 1923, when the committee ran out of funds. With an incomplete memorial, Council agreed to cover the remainder of the cost. In November 1923, the Subiaco Fallen Soldiers' Memorial was officially opened to the public. Mayor Keene proclaimed in his annual report that ‘the Municipality has the finest Memorial to our Fallen Soldiers in the State...’
Image courtesy of Subiaco Museum


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