Prescribed bushland burning significantly reduces the amount of ground vegetation (fuel) that acts as a fire hazard during our summer months. Prescribed burning also helps maintain our natural bushland’s biodiversity.
Requesting Brigade to burn off on private property
Use the form below to request a hazard reduction burn by the Bush Fire Brigades.
Please email completed forms to: email@example.com
For any queries contact the Chief Bush Fire Control Officer on 0428101132.
Planned prescribed burns
These burns are scheduled to commence mid-August 2019.
|Alexander Heights||Middleton Park||26 Middleton Rd, Alexander Heights|
|Alkimos||Broadford Park||15 Santorini Prom, Alkimos|
|Banksia Grove||Discovery Park||2 Botanic Ave, Banksia Grove|
|Banksia Grove||Honey Possum Park||149 Grandis Boulevard, Banksia Grove|
|Butler||Manningtree Park||250 Camborne Parkway, Butler|
|Carabooda||Bernard Park||3036 Wanneroo Road, Carabooda|
|Landsdale||Huntington Park||69 Huntington Parkway, Landsdale|
|Landsdale||Landsdale Park||120 Landsdale Rd, Landsdale|
|Madeley||Amstel Park||20 Cooper St, Madeley|
|Madeley||Rufus Park||7 Rufus Parkway, Madeley|
|Madeley||Susan Park||11 Susan Rd, Madeley|
|Mariginiup||Caporn Park||130 Pinjar Road, Mariginiup|
|Tapping||Spring Park||80 Spring Hill, Tapping|
|Wanneroo||Belgrade Park||92 Belgrade Road, Wanneroo|
|Wanneroo||Burbanks Park||22 Kurnalpi Turn, Wanneroo|
Bushfire smoke and your health
Smoke from bush fires can exacerbate asthma and other respiratory conditions and can cause a cough, shortness of breath and irritate the eyes, nose and throat.
If there is a prescribed burn in your area, try to minimise your exposure to smoke by:
- Staying inside and keeping windows and doors closed
- If using an air conditioner, set it to ‘recirculate mode’
If you have a respiratory condition such as asthma, ensure you have your regular medications at hand.