Road Closure and Emergency Information
Road Conditions are forever changing with the weather conditions, below are some handy links to help you on your way around the Kimberley region:
Emergency WA - WA Emergency warning site.
Main Roads WA - Road Condition Report for Road within the Kimberley Region.
Shire of Derby West Kimberley - Road Condition Reports for the Gibb River Road and roads within the Shire of Derby West Kimberley.
Shire of Broome -Road Condition reports for the Cape Leveque Road and roads within the Shire of Broome.
Shire of Wyndham East Kimberley Road Condition Report- Road Reports for the Gibb River And Kalumburu Road and Roads within the Shire of Wyndham East Kimberley including Kununurra.
Shire of Halls Creek Road Condition Report - Road Reports for the Tanami Road and the Duncan Highway and roads within the Shire of Halls Creek.
Northern Territory Road Conditions - Road Condition reports for the Northern Territory.
Bushfires are a part of every Australian summer. They can start suddenly, move quickly and affect large areas.
Typically, Western Australia's bushfire season runs from June to late October in the Northern Region.
Bushfires can be devastating and have a lasting impact on communities.
People have been killed or seriously injured, and homes destroyed during bushfires.
With a high rise in road closures in recent times.
What is a Fire Danger Rating?
If you are in a bushfire risk area you need to know what the Fire Danger Rating is for your area, monitor local conditions and keep informed.
Understanding your Fire Danger Rating categories and what they mean to you will help to make decisions about what to do if a bushfire starts.
The Fire Danger Rating is based on the forecast weather conditions and gives you advise about the level of the bushfire threat on a particular day. When the rating is high, the threat of a bushfire increases.
When the Fire Danger Rating is Extreme or Catastrophic it means any fires that start are likely to be so fierce that even a well prepared, well prepared, well constructed and actively defended home may not survive a fire.
If this sort of weather is expected you should leave the day or hours before a fire might threaten as this is the best option for your survival.
Check your Fire Danger Rating on the below links:
Click on the Alerts below to find out more about incidents and conditions for bushfires and the road network: