Emergency services

Providing urgent assistance in time of crisis, including ambulance and firefighting services and coordination of government and community-based emergency services within a region.
The Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES) Volunteer Hub provides resources, training and information to support emergency services volunteers.
If you believe you have been incorrectly charged a fee for an attendance to a false fire alarm you can apply to have the fee waived.
MyFireWatch provides bushfire location information in a quickly accessible form, designed for general public use.
If an invoice has been issued for a False Fire Alarm Fee payment can be made online using BPOINT.
In a bushfire, every five minutes counts. Bushfires are unpredictable and happen every year. Know when to leave your property, where to go and which way to go.
The map of bush fire prone areas identifies land falling within, or partially within, a bush fire prone area of Western Australia.

Consult services offered by local governments or the Federal Government

If you have not found the information or service you are looking for, you may wish to consult local governments or the Federal Government.

Consult the Federal Government website

Consult MyCouncil