The Prohibited Burning Period for the Shire has been extended further and will now apply until midnight, Tuesday 14 May 2024. No fires can be lit in the open air. More information here.


Activ is a disability support provider supporting people to live their own life, set new goals and reach new milestones along the way. Find out more about Activ

APM Communities

APM Communities delivers NDIS Partners in community services in Western Australia. Their Local Area Coordinators help people access the support they need. Find out more about APM Communities.


Artzability are a unique group running arts programs weekly in Margaret River, for twenty adults living with various disabilities. Find out more about Artzability

Cam Can 

Cam Can assists people with disabilities and their families to maximise their control over available resources, decision making and choice. Find out more about Cam Can.

Community Access Squad (now servicing the Margaret River region)

Bringing together like-minded peers with varying abilities, the Access Squad aims to engage every individual in a focused and meaningful way through community based inclusive outings. Find out more about the Community Access Squad

Department of Communities

The Shire works closely with the Department of Communities to provide and improve facilities and services for people with disability throughout the Shire.  

For ore information visit the Department of Communities website.

Enable WA

Enable WA provides support to individuals and their families living with disability and psychosocial diagnosis, as well as aging and short and long term illness. Find out more about Enable WA.

Forrest Personnel 

Forrest Personnel’s experienced Margaret River team offers a flexible disability employment service designed to maximise skills and abilities to find a job that suits career aims. Find out more about Forrest Personnel

Medical and Care Assist (MaCA) Taxi

MaCA Taxi offers wheelchair accessible transport in Margaret River and surrounds. Call 0491 064 233 to find out more. 

National Relay Service

If you are deaf and/or find it hard hearing or speaking with people who use a phone, the National Relay Service (NRS) can help you.

A call through the NRS lets you communicate with a hearing person who is using a phone even if you can't hear or don't use your voice.

To find out more, visit National Relay Service.

Therapy Focus 

Therapy Focus are specialists in highly individualised therapy. Their Margaret River team of experienced therapists support people with disability. Find out more about Therapy Focus

WA Disabled Sports Association (WADSA)

WADSA empowers people living with disability through meaningful participation in sport, recreation and a range of fund disability services across WA. Find out about WA Disabled Sports Association.

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