Eurobodalla has been severely impacted by bushfire. Hundreds of homes, many businesses, and hectares of bushland have been damaged or destroyed. All up, over 2000 buildings have been impacted, along with rural bridges, roads and fencing.
Support and information
We will get through this as a community. Let’s continue the kindness, cooperation and patience while we recover together.
People who have been impacted by bushfire can access assistance and information to get support right now and make plans for the future.
The latest information and regular updates for community members.
Practical assistance, government and non-government services for people affected by bushfire.
Water, waste, bin collection, asbestos, risks related to cleaning up after bushfire, and registering for clean-up cost recovery for bushfire affected properties.
Planning provisions in place to assist rebuilding, fees that will be waived, how to register to get your site cleaned up, and an overview of different kinds of development approval.
Information for landholders and communities with animal welfare-related issues, and how to help local wildlife.
Contact details and information about different mental health support and services available to the Eurobodalla community.
Information and links to apply for financial assistance available to individuals, households and businesses affected by bushfire.
Part of recovery is the return of visitors to help businesses get back on their feet. We ask visitors to be respectful of the impact of bushfires on the community during their stay.
The EOC will provide updates about bushfire conditions as required. Updates will be distributed to media, social media, community associations, evacuation centre, posted on Council's facebook page and on this webpage.
You can donate to the disaster relief fund to assist Eurobodalla's fire-affected residents.