Shire of Goomalling

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We are now in the Prohibited Burning Period

The Shire of Goomalling advises that, due to the conditions, the PROHIBITED BURNING PERIOD has been EXTENDED to and including Monday 2 March 2020The Shire will review conditions at the end of February and advise further extension if required.

No burning is allowed for any reason during this period. This includes the burning of garden refuse and open cooking or camp fires.

Firebreaks were to be in place by 31 October and are to be maintained through to 31 March 2020. Vegetation is to be kept below 75mm in height and all flammable material to be removed. More information in the Emergency Services section.

Community Event on Saturday 4 April

Join us for an adrenaline-charged afternoon of fun, colour and mayhem!

There will be three age categories:

  • FAMILY [parents/guardians with children age 4 to year 4]
  • YOUTH [year 5 to year 10]
  • YOUNG ADULTS [year 11 to age 25]

Register for the event by returning the registration form via either of our contact channels. Registrations close Monday 16 March 2020.

Gooma Mess fest - Community event on Saturday 4 April 2020

Managing dry conditions Support services

Services are available to support farmers in dealing with the increasingly dry conditions in Western Australia.

The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) has provided this pamphlet listing a number of useful services they can access for:

  • Financial support
  • Support with water supplies
  • Wellbeing support

DPIRD - Managing Dry Conditions

DPIRD - Managing Dry Conditions

Shire of Goomalling

32 Quinlan St  |  PO Box 118

Ph: (08) 9629 1101  |  Fax: (08) 9629 1017

Latest News

To find out what is currently happening in the Shire of Goomalling, check out the latest news feed.

  • Grant Success - Regional Bike Network

    We are pleased to inform you that the Shire of Goomalling has been successful in securing grant funding for the design and construction of new shared pathways on sections of Bowen Street and High Street as part of the Goomalling New Pathways Program

  • Rare Orchids illegally harvested from Konnongorring Reserve

    We are very disappointed to report that entire patches of the remarkable and rare Blood Spider Orchids have been dug up in the Konnongorring area. Sadly, it was not one plant but all of the orchids in the vicinity that were stolen without consideration of the consequence that we may never see these orchids again!

  • Youth Zone suspended

    Recently, there have been a number of incidents including vandalism of the town hall and verbal abuse of Council staff running the youth activities. The incidents have escalated to a point where Council is now concerned for the safety and welfare of our staff. Therefore, it is with regret that we announce the suspension of youth zone services indefinitely.