The Friends of Wireless Hill Park is a community group dedicated to conserving and protecting the bushland of Wireless Hill Park. The group was established in 1987. The Friends group aims to revegetate and rehabilitate the bushland and maintain its biodiversity values.
The Friends work with other groups including the City of Melville and the Wildflower Society of Western Australia to enhance the Park for visitors, for example through the development of a signposted wildflower walk and through guided walks for the community, held in spring.
Report graffiti or other vandalism
To report graffiti or other vandalism at the park please contact the City of Melville on: 1800 626 119
Report damage or illegal dumping
To report damage or illegal dumping at the park please contact the City of Melville’s Environmental Officer on 9364 0283
To report a fire in the Park, please call the Fire and Emergency Services Authority on ‘000’.
Enquiries about park permits and use of park facilities
To make enquiries about booking Park facilities please contact the City of Melville’s “Bookings and Events Officer” by email on: email@example.com
Enquiries about the Wireless Hill Telecommunications Museum
The Museum is open by appointment; to book in for a tour of the site and the museum, please call the City of Melville on 9364 0155.
Other useful contacts:
Security (City of Melville) ph: 1300 653 643
Ranger (City of Melville) ph: 9364 0628 office hours
ph: 0418 943 219 after hours
Friends of Wireless Hill
If you would like information about the Friends of Wireless Hill, volunteering with the Friends of Wireless Hill, or general information about native flora and fauna in the Park please contact one of our volunteers:
Margaret Matthews, Convenor (volunteer)
Phone: 0402 105 649
Kate Creed, Secretary (volunteer)
Phone: (08) 9316 8109