Wooroloo Bushfire Coordinated Residential Clean-up Program

This State Government-coordinated program will assist residents whose homes, structures or vehicles have been damaged by the Wooroloo bushfire.

Final update 

20 September - The Wooroloo Bushfire Coordinated Residential Clean-up Program has reached practical completion, with all 135 registered sites marked as complete.

There are a small number of properties that need sand deliveries and scrap metal pickup and that will be completed shortly.

Recycling of material was a priority throughout the clean-up effort. The amount of rubble recycled was 8,829 cubic metres, up from 8,719 last week. Asbestos waste (including soil) stands at 3,288 tonnes. General waste is at 3,432 tonnes and 108 tonnes of metal have been recycled.

The next step is to complete the Site Completion Reports for each property and then issue Completion Certificates to the respective landowners. 

Residents are thanked for their patience and cooperation during the clean-up program. Regular updates will no longer be provided on this page. Anyone seeking more information about the clean-up can call 1800 328 997.

The Wooroloo Bushfire Coordinated Residential Clean-up Program is jointly funded through the Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements.


Dashboard Statistics

sites registered dwer 27th august

 

sites cleared dwer 14th sept

Background

This page contains information about the Wooroloo Bushfire Coordinated Residential Clean-up Program for residents who had homes, structures or vehicles damaged following the Wooroloo bushfire. 

Coordination of the program was managed by the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (DWER), in collaboration with the City of Swan, the Shire of Mundaring and Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES).

Media outlets can direct queries about the program to the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation.

Media queries about the wider recovery program can be directed to:

Department of Fire and Emergency Services

City of Swan

Shire of Mundaring

Funding for the Wooroloo Bushfire Coordinated Residential Clean-up Program

The program was funded by the Western Australian and Australian Governments as part of the  Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements – Western Australia and was announced on 25th February 2021.

The Wooroloo Bushfire Coordinated Residential Clean-up Program was applicable to all residents who had residential buildings and property impacted by the bushfire. There was no financial cost involved for eligible residents registered under the program.

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Information is available from DFES, the Department of Health, the City of Swan and the Shire of Mundaring via the links below.

Contact Details

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Department of Water and Environmental Regulation

City of Swan

Shire of Mundaring

Page reviewed 20 September 2021