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Phone: 9191 3333
Phone: 9166 1777
Phone: 9158 4200
The State Government has enforced strict access to remote communities across Western Australia with fines up to $50,000. Especially in the following regions:
Kimberley (comprising all four local government areas)
Shire of Ngaanyatjarraku
Parts of the Shire of East Pibara that encompass the communities of Jigalong, Martu homeland communities and Kiwirrkurra.
The only exemptions are those who are:
This travel restriction is to stop the movement of people and Coronavirus between towns.
You can call the Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080.
Otherwise, there are a number of Coronavirus resources available for the indigenous and remote communities. Here are a few reliable sources:
Over 169 payphones across remote communities in Western Australia are available to use free of charge. This will help you stay connected to friends, family and health care services.
See our Frequently Asked Questions.