Founded in WA, Town Team Movement is a not-for-profit organisation that empowers residents and community to act local, and create more vibrant and liveable towns and suburbs.
Each individual Town Team is made up of residents, local people, and business owners who volunteer their time to reimagine and refresh their public spaces and showcase their communities.
With more than 135 Town Teams across WA, community-led change is showcased throughout many communities and delivered in a multitude of projects.
To get involved in the movement and make change in your community, join or start a Town Team via the link below. Alternatively, get inspired about positive actions and creative ideas through the ‘Book of Doing’ and ’20 Quick Wins’.
So far, we’ve…
Supported more than 55 Town Team projects
Provided over $500,000 in funding across WA
Inspired our members and WA communities
Coming soon to Perth
To encourage safer pedestrian crossing points, and improve driver behaviours, this project will develop a staged approach with community consultation, to develop necessary footpath signage and designs, and launch within 2024 National Road Safety Week.
Create a more welcoming environment for pedestrian and drivers accessing the Clarkson Train Station and encourage a shared space for users. Featuring street calming approaches, healthy street aspects, coloured bollards, and pavement activity for a safer pedestrian access.
A bright, colourful and engaging town centre trail to encourage pedestrian mobility within Wanneroo. Featuring directional signage, new bike parking, improved street furniture and temporary games to reinvigorate resident activity.
To improve pedestrian safety and connection of the Haynes Street alleyway and street crossing, linking locals and tourists to the epicentre of town and market zone. Featuring a colourful pedestrian crossing, connecting to a nearby alleyway with improved lighting and street furniture.
Coming soon to regional WA
This project aims to deliver a series of site activations across five months in remote Cossack, celebrating cultural activities by Traditional Owners and emerging artists. Activities will be linked to an existing Maker’s Market or a standalone event to celebrate the local culture and pay homage to the historic community.
To improve local amenities for youth in the town, by reinvigorating the existing skate park, with additional furniture, solar lighting and bike racks. A key focus of the project will be on encouraging safer behaviour through workshops and activation following identification of skating activity near the road.
To improve connectivity for locals and visitors along Main Street amongst local businesses and encourage a shared space for pedestrians and vehicles. Featuring a vibrant and colourful road mural to encourage safer speeds.