Cyclone Seroja assistance for rural community

Published on Friday, 8 October 2021 at 2:20:21 PM

An information and advice hub will pop-up in Moonyoonooka next week offering assistance for the rural community across Greater Geraldton who were impacted by Cyclone Seroja.

With various agencies attending, the pop-up hub aims to provide information on grants, planning requirements and to gather advice on re-building and recovery.

City of Greater Geraldton Mayor Shane Van Styn said while Cyclone Seroja may seem like a lifetime ago, many of our rural neighbours were still in recovery phase.

“Even though Cyclone Seroja hit six months ago, it is important to acknowledge there are many people still heavily impacted by the disaster,” he said.

“The City, alongside DFES and many other organisations are continuing to offer support, advice and important information where we can.

“So for any of our rural folk who are seeking answers or want to speak to someone in person, head along to the pop-up information and advice hub.”

Along with the City, agencies in attendance will include DFES, DPIRD, Department of Communities, Red Cross, as well as representatives offering heritage and planning advice.

The pop-up hub will be open on Wednesday 13 October 2021, with people free to drop by anytime between 1-5pm.

It will be held at the Moonyoonooka Polocrosse Club on Bernie Clune Drive.

For more information contact the City on 9956 6600 or email

Cyclone Seroja pop up hub

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