My Community Achievements


$480,000 for Alderbury Reserve in Floreat. I delivered $400,000 for new changerooms and $80,000 for upgraded floodlighting to the Alderbury Reserve sports facility.


Shenton Park Dog Refuge Funding: A funding package of $400,000 for facility upgrades, including a new kennel was delivered to the Shenton Park Dog Refuge.


Perth Childrens Hospice: I successfully defended the Perth Childrens Hospice from attacks from local councillors and proved that the electorate of Nedlands do want good developments for children in our community. The government delivered $7.2 million towards WA’s first children’s hospice.



Activating Hampden Road: Since my election I've held events on Hampden Road for Halloween and Christmas that brought families together at my electorate office and the small businesses on Hampden Road, activating the street.



Bob Hawke College Second Stage: I was part of the unveiling of the Second Stage of Bob Hawke College. The $52.9 million Stage 2 facilities at Bob Hawke College, have doubled student capacity to 2,000 and delivered a performing arts centre, dance and visual arts studios, music rooms and two state-of-the-art media studios.


Mt Claremont Playing Fields: I was part of a community led team that saved Mt Claremont playing fields from development and kept the ground as a sports facility.


Abortion Law: I spoke on the landmark WA Abortion Law reform that overturns decades of cruel and unneeded laws for women seeking an abortion and fully removed abortion from the Criminal Code. You can see my speech here: Dr. Katrina Stratton Speaking on the Abortion Reform Bill - YouTube

Electorate wide DVC: I’m very proud that I’ve called or doorknocked every part of my electorate in my time in office.




Funding for Cat Haven: I delivered $150,000 to the Cat Haven for facility upgrades, including a dental surgery and bereavement room.



Funding for Medical Research Initiatives: I’m a founder of the Parliamentary Friends of Medical Research. I’m proud that there has been a combined $6.5 million going to local medical research institutes from the Cook Labor government.