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Gathering firewood

To find out about collecting firewood in your area select a region from the index on the left.  


Use the map below to view firewood collection locations, and offices where authority to collect may be purchased.
Note: Collection markers are indicators only, please refer to pdf maps (select locations on the map) for specific details.

 

Purchasing firewood

Commercial firewood operations are managed through contracts administered by the Forest Products Commission. 

Information on where to purchase firewood sourced from sustainably managed, approved forest harvest operations and approved local firewood suppliers is on the Forest Products Commission website.


Gathering domestic firewood in the Perth Hills

Between 1 June and 30 September you are only permitted to collect one load in any 60 day period.

You need to have a permit ('Authority') to gather firewood in the Perth Hills.
The Authority is valid for one visit only.

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Gathering firewood. - Photo – DBCA

For further information about gathering domestic firewood in the Perth Hills, please contact the district offices listed below.

The fee is:

The following maps are provided as an indication of public firewood collection areas only.

Perth Hills firewood collection areas:

Summer 2019-20


Gathering domestic firewood in the south-west

You do not need a permit ('Authority') to gather firewood in the south-west.

For further information, please contact your local district office:

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Photo: Firewood Collection Areas sign

Collection areas

The following maps are provided as an indication of public firewood collection areas only.

Blackwood District firewood collection areas

- Updated 16/04/2019

Wellington District firewood collection areas

 For more information or locations regarding collecting firewood within the Wellington District area, view the timber supplier database.

Donnelly District firewood collection areas

Frankland District firewood collection areas