The Gifts Register contains disclosures of gifts that have been made by Elected Members, the Chief Executive Officer and Employees in their official capacity.
Elected Members and the Chief Executive Officer are required to disclose gifts which are valued over $300 or are two or more gifts with a cumulative value over $300 (where the gifts are received from the same donor in a 12-month period) within ten days of receipt (sections 5.87A and 5.87B of the Local Government Act 1995).
Employees are required to disclose gifts that are valued between $50 and $300 or are two or more gifts with a cumulative value between $50 and $300 (where gifts are received from the same donor in a six-month period) within ten days of receipt. Gifts over the value of $300 are prohibited (regulation 34B of the Local Government (Administration) Regulations 1996). A gift valued below $50 may be accepted and need not be disclosed (providing the gift is not one of two or more gifts given by the same donor within a six-month period whereby the total value exceeds $50).
Download the latest copy of the City's Gifts Register (718KB)
Electoral Gifts Register
During elections, candidates and donors are required to disclose the receipt or donation (as the case requires) of a gift during an election period where the gift is worth more than $200. Details of these gifts are kept in a register, which is maintained by the City.
Should a candidate be successful in their election, the gift will remain on the Electoral Gifts register until their term of office has expired. If a candidate is not successful in their election, the gift disclosure will be removed from the Electoral Gifts register after the election date.
Download the latest copy of the City's Electoral Gifts Register (205KB)
If someone lodges a complaint against a Council member alleging they have breached a provision of the Local Government (Rules of Conduct) Regulations 2007, that complaint is required to be submitted to the Local Government Standards Panel. The Panel then determines whether the alleged breach occurred or not.
If the Panel finds that a breach did occur, the City of Subiaco is required to insert details of the complaint and breach into a Complaints Register.
Download the latest copy of the City's Complaints Register (203kB)
The Local Government (Functions and General) Regulations 1996 requires a local government to call public tenders when the local government wishes to procure goods and services where the value is, or is expected to be, over $250,000. Local governments are also required to keep a register of all tenders that it has called.
The below table contains details of the City's tenders, and includes links to view the register entries of the corresponding tender.