Emergency Services Contacts

In an emergency, please call 000

 Local Contacts

Chief Fire Control Officer                              Kim Oliver   0427 258 157
Deputy Chief Fire Control Officers                  Michael Altus  0488 211 229
                                                             Rhys Brown 0428 993 309
Community Emergency Services Manager    Cindy Pearce 0417 071 567
Broomehill-Tambellup Harvest Ban Hotline 9825 1042
Ranger Shire of Broomehill-Tambellup & Shire of Kojonup Stephanie Swain 9831 2411

Other Contacts

WA Police assistance            131 444
SES assistance            132 500
Department Fire and Emergency Services public information        1300 657 209
Main Roads WA     138 138
Water Corporation - burst mains/leaks   13 13 75
Western Power - electricity faults/emergencies 13 13 51

Shire Harvest Ban Hotline:  9825 1042

This hotline is updated as soon as information is received and should be used as a reliable source of information.   

SMS Emergency Notification Service

The Shire uses an SMS notification to communicate updates on emergencies, road closures, harvest and vehicle movement bans and any other advice as required. Please contact the Shire office on 9825 3555 to request addition to the free service, or email the Shire providing your full name and mobile number.   

Websites for further information

For information on current emergency events, please visit the Emergency WA website

For information relating to preparing your property for the bushfire season please visit the Department of Fire & Emergency Services website.

Make sure you have a Bushfire Plan - go to My Bushfire Plan.

For up to date weather forecasts and information please visit the Bureau of Meteorology.             

ABC Radio broadcasts emergency information as required during an emergency.  Local frequencies are 558AM, 630AM.  Alternatively, download the ABC Listen app, available for both Apple and Android devices.

Please do not rely on one method of advice for Harvest Ban notifications.

A number of areas in the Shire have limited mobile reception. SMS messaging is not always an effective form of notification.