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Got 15 minutes to burn?

Over 90% of WA is bushfire prone and bushfires can start at any time. Whether you live in a regional area, the suburbs or the inner city, everyone needs to be prepared.

Creating a bushfire plan can take just 15 minutes and is the best way to keep you and your household safe.

Click on one of the options below to start making your plan.

Download My Bushfire Plan App

Access your bushfire plan anytime - even without an internet connection.

How do I choose my plan? What is the safest choice?

You create your own plan by considering the unique set of circumstances that relate to you and your household.

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Bushfire preparation checklists and resources

Bushfire protective clothing (1.4MB PDF)

Whether you are staying or leaving, everyone in your household needs these protective clothing.

Bushfire Warning System and Fire Danger Ratings in WA (0.6MB PDF)

Find out what Advice, Watch and Act, Emergency Warning, and All Clear mean and how to use the fire danger ratings to monitor conditions in your area.

Firefighting equipment you need to stay and defend (0.8MB PDF)

You can better prepare if you choose to stay and defend your house from a bushfire by having every single item on this equipment list.

How to find shelter if it is too late to leave your property (0.8MB PDF)

Sheltering in your own home during a bushfire should be your last option, here is what to do if you are unable to leave your property.

How to prepare your property for a bushfire (0.6MB PDF)

You can better prepare your home for a bushfire by completing this Property Preparation Checklist.

Preparing your Emergency Evacuation Kit (0.7MB PDF)

Find a list of what to pack before a disaster occurs and a list of items to pack on the day, including what to pack for your pet.

Preparing your Emergency Kit to Stay and Defend (1.2MB PDF)

Though not recommended, use this emergency kit if you decide to stay and defend your property.

Travelling during a bushfire (0.7MB PDF)

If you are traveling or staying near bushland, fire is a real risk. Pack an emergency kit including items such as woollen blankets, drinking water, and protective clothing.
View all our bushfire emergency resources