Bush Fire Control

Bush Fire Control FESA - Bush Fire Information

EACH year thousands of fires impact on man-made structures, bushland and rural properties in Western Australia. Career and volunteer firefighters are responsible for responding to most of those fires. In WA during 2005-2006 financial year, 1,350 structural fires and 6,566 bushfires were suppressed by firefighters. FESA supports: The FESA Fire and Rescue Service – comprising more than 800 career firefighters and nearly 2,000 volunteer firefighters – combats fires in urban areas impacting on man-made structures, bushland, trees, rubbish and the like. Volunteer bush fire brigades established by Western Australia’s local governments – which are responsible for suppressing fires in rural areas in bushland and on agricultural properties. FESA provides the bush fire brigades with training and advisory services.

To review the current Bush Fire Notice, please click here.

Bush Fire Control Fire Officers Contacts

A full list of Fire Officers and Brigades within the Shire of Wandering is listed on the back of the 2017/18 Bush Fire Notice.

SMS Servicing Request Form

If you wish to be included in any Shire SMS notifications, please click here and submit the form to the Shire office.  You can email your completed form to reception@wandering.wa.gov.au or fax to us on 9884 1510.

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To read more information about preparing for bushfire season, click here.