covid 19

Updated: 5 August 2021

The State Government has declared a Public Health Emergency, Human Biosecurity Emergency and a State of Emergency for Western Australia.

How we’re responding

We are continuing to monitor developments relating to COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) daily and assessing any potential impact on Shire services and events. We have activated local emergency management arrangements and business continuity plans and moving into the Recovery Phase.

We continue to take advice on all public health matters from the State and Federal Health Departments.

Impacted Services

  • Public halls, the Library, Museum, Narrogin Regional Recreation Centre and playgrounds, outdoor gym and skatepark facilities are now all open with social distancing and number limits in place.
  • Council Meetings are now open again to the public with social distancing and number limits.
  • Customer Services is fully open with social distancing and number limits.

Please avoid physical contact where possible by directing all enquiries to 08 9890 0900 or emailing

Stay up-to-date

Stay up to date with the latest information about the spread of COVID-19.




WA Department of Health

The leading authority in this emergency is WA Department of Health who’ve set up COVID Clinics throughout the State.

You can get the latest advice by:

Public Gatherings and Events

Non-essential, organised gatherings of 500 or more people can no longer go ahead.

Non-essential indoor gatherings of more than 100 people have also been banned by the Federal Government.

Under the Public Health Act and Emergency Management Act, penalties of up to $50,000 will apply.


Centrelink have provided information and services to help you if you’re affected by (COVID-19).

Handy links


Australian Government Information

Protecting yourself and others

You should practise good hygiene and social distancing to prevent the spread of viruses. You should also follow the government’s advice for travellers and advice for public gatherings and visits to vulnerable groups.

Find out:

Counselling Services

To find self-help or peer support groups, visit the My Services online directory. You can search by your own location, or search for services in a major town or city.

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We are adding to this page all the time.

Updated: 5 August 2021


There is a help & support page
for those concerned about
accessing food, medications
or just need someone to talk to
during the crisis.

Download the Community Connection Program Form


Links to Fact Sheets produced
by the Australian Government.

Help from the Small Business

Development Commission.


As homelessness is a real concern
amid the Corona Virus crisis,
here are some lists of
useful resources.


A number of COVID-19 Resources
have been developed for
Aboriginal people and
remote communities.

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Here are links to NDIS pages for 

updated information,
support and latest announcements.


Support local businesses that are
offering takeaway food and drinks.


Youth specific helplines, 

websites & Apps.


Users can search for food relief,
counsellors, and emergency
among other
services, and get a list of services
that can provide assistance in 
a location that is convenient.

ERConnect is a free directory for
service providers, and people
looking for assistance.


WA's leading family violence
services intend to stay open
during this pandemic and victims
should still reach out to them for assistance.


The Federal Government has
announced an Early Childhood
and Care Relief Package ...


More resources for mental health
and wellbeing.


Funding available to community
clubs and organisations to survive
through and recover from COVID-19.

State Government 13-COVID Hotline

The State Government has established a Hotline to help answer questions West Australians have on the current COVID19 state of emergency.

The Hotline number is 13 26 843 or 13-COVID
7am - 10pm, 7 days a week.

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Get in touch with someone from the team.

Email us