Emergency Information and Contacts

000 for fire or life threating emergencies

132 500 for SES (e.g. storm damage)

131 444 for Police (non urgent assistance)

Current Incidents

Alerts and warnings about emergencies occurring in Western Australia may be available at Emergency WA.

Download the emergency app Emergency+ for accurate location information.

The EmergencyWA website and the apps provide information on fires, floods, storms, earthquakes, tsunamis, hazardous material incidents and traffic crashes.

This information is sourced from a range of agencies including:

Refer to your local utility providers for information about outages or faults.

Evacuation Centres

Local venues that may be used as evacuation centres are:

  • Mandurah Aquatic and Recreation Centre
  • Halls Head Recreation Centre
  • Bortolo Pavilion
  • Falcon Pavilion

If you need to evacuate, first seek shelter with family or friends. The Department of Communities is responsible for the opening and management of an evacuation centre. Its location will depend on the nature and extent of the incident. The details of the nominated centre will be published in official warnings.


The City is responsible for the recovery of affected individuals, communities and infrastructure following an emergency.

Information on the recovery process and available services may be published here.

There are currently no City managed recovery processes underway

Your Local Volunteer Emergency Services

 Ambulance  St John Depot - Dawesville
 Fire  Falcon Volunteer Fire & Rescue Station
   Mandurah Volunteer Fire & Rescue Station
   Mandurah Southern Districts Bush Fire Brigade
 Marine Rescue   Mandurah Volunteer Water Rescue Group
 SES  Mandurah State Emergency Service
 Surf Life Saving  Mandurah SLS Club
   Port Bouvard SLS Club
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