Cyclone Seroja Recovery Information

Updated 28 April 2021

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Emergency recovery

Tropical Cyclone Seroja made landfall between Kalbarri and Port Gregory on Sunday 11 April, bringing destructive winds and heavy rainfall to coastal areas before impacting inland communities. It has caused significant damage to communities in the Goldfields-Midlands and Midwest Gascoyne regions.

Focus is now on recovery. For a comprehensive list of information and services that will help you and your family recover, please visit Emergency WA's Active Recoveries hub.

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Rural community update

Rural community updates

Click here to download a form to detail the damage you have sustained so we can pass it onto Blaze Aid. All completed forms can be sent to 

Rural Community Update #1 - 28 April 2021
Rural Community Update #2 - 30 April 2021
Rural Community Update #3 - 3 May 2021
Rural Community Update #4 - 6 May 2021
Rural Community Update #5 - 12 May 2021
Rural Community Update #6 - 19 May 2021
Rural Community Update #7 - 26 May 2021
Rural Community Update #8 - 8 June 2021
Rural Community Update #9 - 8 July 2021
Rural Community Update #10 - 8 October 2021

Cyclone Seroja Pop-Up Information & Advice Hub

Wednesday 13 October from 1-5pm
Moonyoonooka Polocrosse Club, Bernie Clune Drive 

The rural community across Greater Geraldton are invited to attend a pop-up information and advice hub providing information on grants, planning requirements and to gather advice on re-building and recovery. Agencies in attendance will include DFES, DPIRD, Department of Communities, Red Cross, as well as heritage and planning advice.

Read more here.

Click here to view Cyclone Seroja Financial Assistance Packages.


We would like to extend our ongoing thanks to the tireless work of the BlazeAid team and volunteers. Since being in the Midwest post-Cyclone, the team have cleared more than 130km of fencing and rebuilt over 15kms of fencing. 

If you need to chat or you’re struggling, Lifeline provide crisis support calls on 13 11 14. You can reach them 24/7 or visit the Lifeline website for resources.

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