Notification: Parks and Wildlife Service is part of the new Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA).

This page provides information about incidents where there is a possible threat to lives or homes.

The Department of Parks and Wildlife issues alerts for fires on parks and other lands it manages or where the department is the agency managing the incident.

For information and alerts about other fires visit the Department of Fire and Emergency Services website.

If your life is in danger call 000

What the alerts mean

Emergency Warning: you are in danger and you need to take immediate action to survive as you will be impacted by fire. Hourly updates are provided unless the situation changes.
Watch and Act: a fire is approaching and conditions are changing, you need to start taking action now to protect you and your family. Two-hourly updates are provided unless the situation changes.
Advice: a fire has started but there is no immediate danger, this is general information to keep you informed and up to date with developments. Updates are provided at 11 AM and 4 PM unless the situation changes.
All Clear: The bushfire is now under control. The danger has passed but you need to remain vigilant in case the situation changes.

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What to do

DFES is Western Australia’s best source of information on how to prepare for the bushfire season, as well as what to do if there is a bushfire in your area:

PREPARE. ACT. SURVIVE


For more information regarding safety and what you need to be aware of please visit http://parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/know/safety.