Shire of Goomalling

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Restricted Burning Period

The Shire of Goomalling has entered the Restricted Burning PeriodThis places restrictions on burning, with permits required from the Shire prior to any burning activities.

Subject to seasonal variation the Prohibited Burning Period will commence on 1 November 2020.  No burning is permitted during the Prohibited Burning Period, including burning of garden refuse, camping or cooking fires.

Fire Breaks need to be in place

All properties are required to comply with the Shire of Goomalling Fire Break Order by 31 October 2020.  This order was sent out with all rates notices and outlines the details relating to fire break standards and requirements.

Fire break inspections will be carried out during the month of October to help achieve compliance by 31 October, and throughout the fire season to ensure fire break are maintained until 31 March 2021.


Council Newsletter - September 2020

The Spring edition of our quarterly newsletter is packed with useful information on:

  • Anstey Park Revitalisation Project
  • Interpretive signage for Slater Homestead
  • Maangart Yorga - empowerment program for Nyoongar girls and women
  • Fire Season information
  • Containers for Change and other recycling services in Goomalling
  • LG Review
  • 2020-21 Budget

Annual General Meeting of Electors - POSTPONED (during the WA State of Emergency)

The Annual General Meeting of Electors of the Shire of Goomalling scheduled for Monday 6th April 2020 has been postponed until further notice. The Annual Financial Statements are available in the Annual Reports section.



Shire of Goomalling
PETER BENTLEY,  CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

32 Quinlan St  |  PO Box 118
GOOMALLING WA 6460

Ph: (08) 9629 1101  |  Fax: (08) 9629 1017
Email: goshire@goomalling.wa.gov.au

Latest News

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

  • Community Resilience Scorecard

    Our community has been invited to take part in a state-wide survey collecting data to help local communities like ours to recover and thrive following the COVID-19 outbreak in Australia. This is a collaboration between State Government and 139 Local Governments across Western Australia. Remarkable times call for remarkable collaboration. We are stronger when we work together.

  • Council adopted Bike Plan for 2020-2030

    The Goomalling Bike Plan 2020-2030 was adopted by Council at their special meeting on 29 April 2020. The plan highlights gaps in our current provision of shared path network compared to contemporary standards as well as other opportunities to enhance user experience.

  • Lotterywest grant success for Poineers' Pathways

    Each of the seven shires along the Pioneers' Pathway have identified a site of local historical significance that tells a local "story". Funding has been received for new branded signage and interpretation depicting these stories along the Pioneers' Pathway self drive trail.