Swimming Pool open for 2014/15 05
Nov 2014
The Wyalkatchem Swimming Pool is now open for the 2014/15 season. Opening times are as follows:...
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Youth Survey 05
Nov 2014
The Youth Survey is now available for all 8 to 16 year olds to complete. Have your say now by...
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Wyalkatchem Medical Centre 03
Nov 2014
The Wyalkatchem Medical Centre is now open with Dr Andrew Trappitt as locum until Christmas....
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Public Notice from the President 01
Oct 2014
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Welcome to the website for the Shire of Wyalkatchem.

This website covers not only Council business, but provides information on the broader Wyalkatchem community.In 2014 Wyalkatchem faces an exciting future. With new projects on the go which will benefit our town and the surrounding regions, we are well placed to be the crossroads of the wheatbelt.

Wyalkatchem has many of the advantages of the city, while retaining its special small town feel - a caring community who work with Council to make our town that beaut place with the strange name.Wide spaces, magnificent night skies, no pollution, relaxed atmosphere - come and share with us the joys of living in or visiting Wyalkatchem.

Community Survey

Community members feedback is important so your Council can make plans for the future and learn what you think about the quality and type of services provided. What you say in this survey will assist in making decisions about staff and other resources, so to complete the survey please click on the button below. Thank you for your contribution in completing the survey.

Fire Permits/Burning Information
Prohibited Burning Period:
18 October 2014 to 7 February 2015
Restricted Burning Period: 8 February 2015 to 22 March 2015
Restricted Burning Period: Permits to burn are required for all burning during this period.
Prohibited Burning Period: All burning, including garden refuse, is prohibited during this period.

The Water Corporation is prepared for bushfire season however we cannot guarantee that water pressure or water supply will be maintained in the event of a bushfire.

  • The Water Corporation will always do all that they can to maintain supply however fire damaged infrastructure or a cut to power can result in a total loss of water.
  • If scheme water is available during a bushfire it is a bonus for property protection efforts, but it is not something that can be relied upon.
  • People who plan to stay and defend their property during a bushfire need to have their own independent water supply and pumping capability, and must not rely on the public water supply.
  • Full details about how to prepare for the bushfire season can be found on the DFES website.