Following the WA Government's announcement on Friday, July 9, the City of Swan has returned to pre-lockdown conditions for all services and facilities from Monday, July 12.
City's response to COVID-19
All City of Swan libraries and administration centres will be closed for the Queen's Birthday public holiday on Monday September 27, 2021. Urgent assistance is available on 9267 9267. Bins and bulk verge collections will be collected as normal.
The area comprising Aveley was once part of the suburb of Ellenbrook.
The name “Baskerville” was the namesake of an estate owned by prominent Perth landowner William Tanner in 1831.
Ballajura derives its name from the farm originally pioneered by the Kerruish, Eaton and Creer families.
The suburb now known as Beechboro dates back to 1877, when Henry Brockman divided the land into several large lots.
Bellevue is a variation of “Belle View”, which was the property name used by Edward Robinson when he built a homestead in the area in 1897.
This suburb takes its name directly from the name given to the Swan Valley property “Belhus”, acquired by George Hardey Barrett-Lennard in 1897.
A new suburb for the City, Bennett Springs encompasses the residential estates of Orchid Park and Bennett Springs.
The suburb of Brabham was created in May 2011.
Long before its name became the title of a 1947 musical, the area was owned by the Brigadoon Pastoral Company.
Please note: the City makes every attempt to keep this webpage up to date, however some Structure Plans published may have been more recently superseded by the WAPC.