The Coolbellup Community Association acknowledges the Whadjuk Nyoongar people as the traditional custodians of this land, and pays respects to Elders past and present.The general area of Coolbellup is recognised as a place belonging to Wardang (crow). The Coolbellup Wardang (Crow) Tree between Woolworths and Len Packham Reserve is a a modified tree, a ceremonial and mythological site.

The Coolbellup Community Association is a group of Coolbellup Community residents who volunteer our time to make our wonderful suburb even better. We were incorporated in 1983 and meet on the first Monday of every month at the Coolbellup Hub. We are now meeting virtually on Zoom. Just email us if you would like to attend as a visitor. We ask that members and visitors read and agree to our Code of Conduct in order to participate.

Wherever possible we seek to support projects and initiatives in Coolbellup and are always keen for people to get involved. Have a look at our About Us and Membership Page for more details about our objectives and how to join.

Here's our special COVID-19 edition of the newsletter

Here's a two minute video of some of the things we did in 2019!

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Community Heart Action Plan

In 2019 we developed the Cooby-Heart-Action-Plan visioning the kind of Cooby we could create together, and we are working our way through its ideas! You can also watch this short video summary of the Community Conversation event we convened to create the plan. We also successfully campaigned to get the BLISSCo bus back to the Cooby Skate Park through compiling this Community Survey.