Please click on the link to access the Shire of Boyup Brook 2021/2022 Fire Information & Firebreak Notice

Bushfire Control

Bushfire Services

In the event of an emergency dial 000

The Fire Information and Firebreak Notice link is below for your convenience.

Please be aware that it is your responsibility as a property owner or occupier to meet the requirements under the notice by the due dates and if for any reason you are unable to meet these obligations please contact the Shire.

If you require clarification please contact your local Fire Control Officer or the Shire on 9765 1200.

Safety Information

In the event of an emergency dial 000

For current alerts and warnings visit

Shire Contacts

Shire of Boyup Brook






9765 1200


Manager of Works

  9765 1200

0419 777 033

Works Supervisor

Calvin Brown  

0448 833 102

Chief Fire Control Officer


0497 671 340

1st Deputy

B Thompson (X-RAY 1) 9767 3072 0427 673 072

2nd Deputy

R Bingham (X-RAY 2) 9767 1280 0429 900 058

Bush Fire Control Officers 2021-2022

The following people are appointed as Shire of Boyup Brook Bush Fire Control Officers under the Bush Fires Act 1954, Part IV Division 1, Section 38.

Chief Bush Fire Control Officer

Tristan Mead

Deputy Chief Bush Fire Control Officers

  1. Ben Thompson
  2. Ron Bingham

Bush Fire Control Officers

BENJINUP David Inglis Rob Imrie
BOYUP BROOK  Gyula Bogar
CHOWERUP        Glenn Mead Scott Wheatley
DINNINUP        Tristan Mead  Wayne Girando
EAST BOYUP BROOK John Ritson Jim Johnston
GIBBS Ron Bingham Paul Goerling
KENNINUP Brad Skraha Nick Bagshaw
KULIKUP Brad Fairbrass Hayden Bock
MAYANUP   Ben Creek Chris Coole
McALINDEN David Fortune Kieren Power
MICKALARUP/DWALGANUP Darren Chapman Richard (Jamie) Forbes
NOLLAJUP      Marcus Gifford Robert Introvigne
SCOTTS BROOK Charles Caldwell Wayde Robertson
TONEBRIDGE   Matt Della-Gola Ronald Tuckett
TWEED  David Muir Scott Nix
WEST BOYUP BROOK  Brian Cailes Ross Parker

Annual Firebreak Notice

The Firebreak Notice contains information on your responsibilities in regard to firebreak installation and fire prevention measures as well as Brigade contacts.

Important Dates

Restricted burning times (PERMITS REQUIRED) 9 October to 20 November in each year, both dates inclusive and 1 March to 30 April in each year, both dates inclusive.

Prohibited burning time 21 November in each year to 28 February the following year, both dates inclusive.

Note - Restricted and Prohibited Burning Times may be varied due to seasonal changes. Any changes will be advertised in a local newspaper circulated within the Shire's district. It is YOUR responsibility to check with the Shire of Boyup Brook or the Chief Fire Control Officer, to ensure you are aware of any variations.

Harvest Ban SMS

The Shire of Boyup Brook will send a text message relating to Harvest and Vehicle Movement Bans. To receive these text messages please contact the Shire Administration Office 9765 1200 to add your name and mobile phone number to the register. Please advise the Shire of any changes to your mobile phone details.

Are you bush fire ready?

Department of Fire & Emergency Services have updated their website to include new bushfire planning and preparation tools, consisting of 5 minute Fire Chat, and Your Bushfire Preparation Toolkit, which are two simple steps aimed at helping residents to be better prepared for bushfire.

The 5 minute Fire Chat asks people living in a high bushfire risk area to have a fire chat to discuss three key questions with family and friends or to discuss with their neighbours if they live alone:

• When will you know to leave?

• Where will you go?

• Which way will you go?

If this is all people do, they will be more prepared than doing nothing. This approach is easy for all people to achieve.

After the questions are answered above, the website will direct you to take the next step, which is to seek out their Bushfire Preparation Toolkit. The Toolkit can be downloaded at

For further information please contact or 9395 9816.

First and foremost, comply with the Annual Firebreak Notice. Visit the DFES website  and read through the facts sheets and publications.

To help you prepare for a power outage during bushfire season Western Power have developed a brochure and short checklist which can be accessed here.