Mirrabooka Service Mapping Project

Mirrabooka is one of Western Australia’s most culturally diverse suburbs with many residents speaking English as their second language. Vietnamese, Arabic and Macedonian are the most common languages spoken at homes in Mirrabooka.

The Department of Health has produced the Mirrabooka Service Mapping Report which details and links more than 40 different health, mental health, education, employment, family support, housing, legal and settlement services that support its community.

The report responds to ‘Recommendation 3B’ of the Sustainable Health Review and identifies key organisations providing support to cultural and linguistically diverse (CaLD) communities in Mirrabooka, increasing accessibility for residents and improving health outcomes.

The diversity and concentration of services available in Mirrabooka is underpinned by the City of Stirling’s commitment to inclusivity, participation and social harmony. The report also explores activities that support CaLD communities in some other Local Government Authorities across metropolitan Perth.

Last reviewed: 11-08-2022