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Seniors engagement

Seniors Advisory Committee

The Seniors Advisory Committee represents the community by providing information, advice and guidance to Council on matters pertaining to seniors within the City of Rockingham. The committee meets bi-monthly at the City of Rockingham Administration Building.

Age-friendly Rockingham Network Three seniors at community workshop

The Age-friendly Rockingham Network group meets bi-monthly. It provides local service providers and groups that work with seniors an opportunity to share information, build networks and establish collaborative partnerships.

For more information about the Age-friendly Rockingham Network, contact us on 9528 0333 or

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Rock Port - your personal gateway to the City

We have a secure online portal to make it quicker and easier for community members and organisations to keep in touch with the City. Called Rock Port, the portal enables residents and ratepayers to connect and engage with the City anywhere, anytime using any PC, tablet or mobile device. It's a great way to find out about what is happening in the City, pay your rates, participate in surveys, and add your influence to future plans and strategies.

Council on the Ageing (WA): The Listening Posts

Council on the Ageing (WA) invite you to participate in “the Listening Posts” project. Since 1959 COTA (WA) has been the peak representative body for the interests of Western Australians over 50 years of age. The Listening Posts' initiative aims to personally engage around 500 Western Australian seniors, hear their opinions and encourage feedback on matters of importance or concern. The information gathered will be used to report on the challenges and needs of seniors in our community and to advocate on the key issues that are raised.

We have partnered with COTA WA to help facilitate these conversations and “Listening Posts” will be held across various venues in Rockingham through August and September. Click on the date that interests you to find out more.

  • Thursday 5 August, 11am - 4pm at Mary Davies Library and Community Centre, Settlers Avenue, Baldivis
  • Thursday 26 August, 11am - 4pm at the Autumn Centre, McNicholl Street, Rockingham
  • Thursday 9 September, 11am - 4pm at Rockingham Central Library, Dixon Road, Rockingham
  • Thursday 23 September, 11am - 4pm at the Autumn Centre, McNicholl Street, Rockingham

To be part of this important initiative you can register to have an informal one to one conversation with a representative from COTA (WA), contact the City on 9528 0333 or email to book.


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