Support people impacted by the Wooroloo Fire


The WA community always steps up to support each other in times of crisis.

Emergency relief organisations are on hand to assist people affected by the devastating bushfires.

Support volunteers - register here.

Volunteering WA’s role in an emergency is to support spontaneous emergency volunteers through an online registration website in response to the bushfires. At this stage there has not been any call for additional volunteers, but you can register your details on our website at and we will get in touch if the situation changes.

Offer mid to long term accommodation - register here.

Current accommodation needs:

  • 3 - 6 months
  • 6 months+

If you have offers of accommodation for 3 - 6 months+, please register your details at

At this stage, people requiring short term accommodation are being supported by the Department of Communities.

Financial donations

Financial donations can be made through the Lord Mayor’s Distress Relief Fund.   

Donation of goods

Donations of goods are not required at this time.

Department of Communities (DoCs) has set up three evacuation centres for people displaced by the fire. The evacuees are being provided with everything they need in the short term such as food, clothes and toys. DoCs are asking the community to please hold on to your donations at this time as they do not have capacity to process everything during this ongoing emergency.

If you need support

If you have been affected by the current Perth Bushfire, welfare support assistance may be available via the Department of Communities.

Please contact the Disaster Response Hotline on 1800 032 965. Operates 24 hours, 7 days a week.

For life threatening emergencies please call 000.

Thank you to the Emergency Services for their tireless efforts to protect lives and homes.