The area comprising Aveley was once part of the suburb of Ellenbrook. In 1897, George Hardey Barrett-Lennard purchased a large tract of land and named the property “Belhus”, after the family estate in Aveley, England. The name Aveley was approved in 2006.
Find your bin and verge collection days
Download your Waste Recycling Guide
Tel: 9267 9267
The City encourages you to be a 'Litter Reporter' to help keep our City clean. To find out more visit the Keep Australia Beautiful website.
1094 Toodyay Road, Red Hill, 6056
Tel: 9574 6235Fax: 9574 6300
Opening Days & TimesMonday to Friday, 7.00am - 4.00pm
Saturday, 8.00am - 4.00pm
Sunday, 10.00am - 4.00pm
Regular free tours are conducted of the Red Hill Waste Management Facility. To find out more visit the EMRC website.
Customer Advocate (Ranger): 9267 9267
Graffiti Hotline: 1800 44 22 55
Vandalism: 131 444
Anti-social behaviour: 131 444
Telephone: 9222 1513
2 Civic Terrace, Ellenbrook, 6069
Tel: 9297 9800Fax: 9297 9898
Your local place office can help with general City services including: community development and funding matters; fire and community safety concerns; bush care and environmental queries; land use queries; business development and tourism; environmental health; building queries; youth matters; local events; community planning; animal matters and much more.
Ellenbrook Place Office
90 Main Street, Ellenbrook
Place Manager: Janelle Easthope
Youth & Community Development Officer:
0400 671 810
Community Development Coordinator:
0417 830 266
Opening Days & Times
Please contact the Ellenbrook Library on 9297 9604 for more information on opening hours and how to book appointments.
Ward: Ellenbrook WardMobile: 0433 288 953Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ward: Ellenbrook WardMobile: 0428 882 778Email: email@example.com
Ward: Ellenbrook WardMobile: 0418 222 541Fax: 9297 3614Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow the links to find your local representatives.
House of Representatives
Visit the Department of the Attorney General website to find your Local Justice of the Peace (JPs)
Book Clubs provide an opportunity to discuss books and literature in a relaxed and friendly environment.
Book Club sessions are held regularly throughout the year at several library branches.
We also have Book Club Sets available for loan if you have your own Book Club or would like to start one.
Your Local Library Presents are sessions that provide the opportunity to hear talks on some fascinating topics or take part in some great workshops.
Your Local Library Presents sessions are held regularly throughout the year at several of our library branches.
Visit the Ellenbrook Community Library details page and select the Our Events tab to see what events are on at this branch.
Your Local Library Presents sessions are free to attend unless stated otherwise.
Swan Family Connect is a free information and referral service for City of Swan families with children under 12 years of age.
Visit the Activities and Programs for Families page for more information about the service and contact details.
If you're a parent with a baby under 24 months come down to the Ellenbrook Community Library cafe space for the opportunity to meet others, have a chat and find out what is going on in the Ellenbrook area for families.
These sessions are organised by Swan Family Connect and the Ellenbrook Swan Perinatal Mental Health Working Group.
For further information contact:
telephone: 9297 9600 or 0417 242 017
Thursdays, 9.00am - 1.00pm
Free to attend.
Rhymetime introduces your baby to the joy of books, rhymes, songs and the library.
City of Swan Libraries also hold Rhymetime sessions at other library branches.
2 to 24 months old
Storytime involves stories, rhymes, crafts and lots of fun for parents and kids alike.
Storytime sessions are held regularly throughout the year at all library branches.
2 to 5 years old
Want to save your precious family photos so that they can be shared with future generations?
Book a one-on-one session with a staff member and learn how to scan and save your photos and documents.
All you need to bring along are some photos or family history documents (eg marriage certificates) and a USB drive to save them onto.
Places are limited so bookings are essential.
For more information or to book contact Ellenbrook Community Library on 9297 9600 or book online.
Friday August 22, 10am - 11am
Meet and Hear—Sean E. Avery (Author & Illustrator)
Celebrate Children’s Book Week with a special ‘meet and hear’ event at Ellenbrook Library with children’s author Sean E Avery. Sean’s first picture book, All Monkey’s Love Bananas is currently in its second print run and has had rights purchased for publication in foreign markets. It is a sweet story about friendship and trying new things.
His next book, Treefrog, is an animated iBook due for release later this year by Desert Island Publishing. Sean is also a talented graphic designer and sculpter and has recently had some of his sculptures purchased by Ripley’s Believe it or Not for display in their Hollywood and Baltimore museums.
Children of all ages are welcome at this special author visit. Places are limited for this FREE event, so bookings are essential.
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Saturday August 23, 10.00am - 11.00am
Join us at Ellenbrook Community Library as local author Esme Park brings to life her family history with childhood scenes, voices and personalities.
Mulberry Tree: Growing up in Merredin is a memoir of times lived with imagination and curiosity.
This is a story of striving, sometimes failing, laughing and crying, loving and being loved and making the most out of every opportunity.
Refreshments provided. Places are limited so bookings are required.
Tuesday August 26, 10am
Friday August 29, 10am - 11am
The Swan Economic Development Forum, Expanding your horizons into Singapore, will profile opportunities for trade and investment engagement with Singapore. The major focus will be toward the agri-tourism sector.
Cr Charlie ZanninoMayor of City of Swan
The Hon Alyssa Hayden MLCMember for the East Metropolitan Region, Parliamentary Secretary to Deputy Premier; Health; Tourism; Workforce Development & Training
Mr Ch'ng Poh TiongEditor of the Singapore Wine Review
Mr John OsbornRegional Director Singapore, Department of State Development Western Australia
Mr Arjen BlomOwner, Wine Directions Singapore
Monday September 1, 2014
3.45pm for a 4pm start - 6pm
City of Swan Libraries invites all Kanga Readers Club members to attend our Storytime session on the first Wednesday of the month.
Meet friends, listen to stories, enjoy craft, games and prizes!
This is a fantastic opportunity to encourage children to read and have fun.
Places are limited for this FREE event so bookings are essential.
For further information or to book contact Ellenbrook Community Library on 9297 9600 or book online.
Wednesday September 3, 3.30pm - 4.30pm
Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum! Come along and join the fun!
Dads and granddads are invited to bring their children and grandchildren along to enjoy an interactive storytelling session.
There will be fun action rhymes and songs followed by a craft activity.
Suitable for children aged 3 to 7 years old. No bookings required.
For more information contact Ellenbrook Community Library on 9297 9600.
Saturday September 13, 10.30am - 11.30am
Use secret agent powers like those of Geronimo Stilton to solve a mystery during this interactive workshop for children.
Analyse evidence from the scene of a crime and use your super sleuth science skills to uncover the guilty suspect.
Suitable for children aged 9 to 12 years.
Places are limited so bookings are required.
For further information on this event or to book contact Ellenbrook Community Library on 9297 9600.
Presented by Scitech
Saturday September 20, 11.30am - 12.30pm
Use science inquiry skills to investigate evidence collected from the scene of a crime. Then make observations, analyse results and develop explanations to solve a crime.
Workshop content will be based on real past crimes and developed with real forensics scientists from The University of Western Australia. The names have been changed to protect the innocent.
For further information on this event or to book contact Ellenbrook Community Library on 9297 9600 or book online.
Wednesday September 24, 6.30pm - 7.30pm
Fred Rutter will be speaking about Sir Arthur Conan Doyle inspiration for his famous character, university lecturer Dr Joseph Bell.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created a character that used the process of observation, crime scene protection and science that was 120 years ahead of his time. Elements of Sherlock Holmes methods can be seen in modern crime scene investigations techniques.
It is “Elementary my dear Watson”
For more information or to book contact Ellenbrook Community Library on 9297 9600.
Friday September 26, 10.00am - 12.00pm
Wednesday October 1, 3.30pm - 4.30pm
Wednesday November 5, 3.30pm - 4.30pm
Wednesday December 3, 3.30pm - 4.30pm
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