Development of the City's new Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2023 – 2028

Project Overview

The City is about to kick-off an extensive community consultation process to obtain feedback on the current barriers and strengths relating to accessibility and inclusion in Bunbury.

Throughout September, the community will have the opportunity to complete an online or in-person survey or attend a number of community workshops and sessions. You are most welcome to particpate in whichever format suits you best. See details for Community Workshops or Pop-Up Survey Sessions below.

The online survey is available by clicking onthe SURVEY button below or follow this link.

The City’s Disability Access and Inclusion Committee and Co-Design Access Panel will be involved throughout the consultation process and review of the DAIP.

  • Community consultation to inform development of the Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) 2023-2028

    September - October 2022


    Opportunities to participate in a Community Workshop or Pop-Up Survey Session


    Community Consultation Workshops

    • 1 & 15 September (9am -12.30pm) City of Bunbury Council Function Room

    Sundowner Workshop  

    • 8 September (4pm - 6.30pm) City of Bunbury Council Function Room

    Pop-up Survey Sessions:

    • 6 September (9.30am -12.30pm) Bunbury Public Library
    • 13 September (9.30am -12.30pm) Withers Community Library
    • 8 September (9am - 11am) South West Sports Centre
    • 19 September (11am - 1pm) Bunbury Geographe Seniors & Community Centre

More details

The City’s Community Partnerships Officer - Inclusion will be available for one-on-one chats and pop-up survey sessions at various additional locations, including at local service providers. These additional opportunities to engage with the City on development of the new Disability Aceess and Inclusion Plan will be advertised and promoted to the community once confirmed.

A number of static survey stations will also be located across Bunbury, including the City of Bunbury Administration Building, Bunbury Museum and Heritage Centre and South West Sports Centre.


The City of Bunbury acknowledges the traditional owners of the land, the Wardandi Noongar people, and pays respect to Elders past, present and emerging.