A little bit more about us.

Desborough Accountants have provided financial services to businesses and families for more than 20 years.

In March 2012, the original Desborough offices in Kalamunda doubled in size to accommodate extra accounting staff and support staff for our clients.  Our administration is run out of the Kalamunda location with postal address PO Box 414, Kalamunda WA 6926. 

Our accumlation of more than 80 years of accounting experience between all of us makes us well equipped to handle any financial situation and we are confident our fast, professional service will be just what you need whether its personal tax, small or large business tax or even owner operated tax.

We strive to make visiting your Accountant more convenient than ever. Our office provides comprehensive Accounting and Taxation Services to suit all your needs.  For a full list of all our available services visit the ‘Our Services’ section of our website.

As a small, community orientated firm, Desborough Accountants are proud to support the local community and encourage you to give us a call on 9226 2039.

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Some latest news.


At Desborough Accountants we aim to ensure that you get the best result from your tax returns, whilst always adhering to the complex tax laws. With over eight million Australians claiming work-related expenses each year, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is reminding people to make sure they get their deductions right this tax time. “Australians claim… Read More

Do you know if your business is Super Stream Compliant?

Is your business SuperStream compliant? If you have employees, you need to ensure that you are making your staff super contributions according to the new regulations kick in for small businesses as of 1 July 2016. Please contact our office if you would like some assistance. Visit https://www.ato.gov.au/business/super-for-employers/paying-super-contributions/superstream/

Reserve Bank keeps rates on hold

The Reserve Bank of Australia has kept interest rates on hold at a historic low of 1.75 per cent.  The Australian dollar immediately jumped on the news and was buying 74.2 US cents on 7th June.