Ranger Services

The role of the Shire of Collie Community Rangers is to assist and educate the community in appropriate behaviours regarding a diverse range of issues including dogs and cats, litter, parking, fire management, straying stock, abandoned vehicles and camping, to ensure that public safety and community expectations are met.

How do I contact the Community Rangers?

Mobile:
Office:
Email:
0408 931 274
9734 9000
ranger@collie.wa.gov.au
Working Hours: 8.30am – 4.30pm (Core Hours)
Full service often available 8.00am – 5.00pm seven days per week.
After hours calls will be directed to our call centre, and if urgent rangers will be contacted 24 hours a day by email and phone.
Non-urgent calls will be forwarded by email to the rangers for attention on the next working day.
In emergency or life-threatening situations, contact police on 000 who will contact rangers if needed.

Livestock

Owners of livestock in the Shire of Collie are responsible for ensuring their fences and gates are capable of containing their animals within the boundaries of the property.
Livestock wandering onto either public land or other private property may cause an accident or injury and owners may be liable for any damages. Should Rangers impound livestock the owner will incur poundage fees and a possible infringement.
If you observe any wandering livestock, please Contact Us.

Litter

 The Shire of Collie encourages all resident and tourist to refrain from any form of littering, from dropping cigarette buts to illegal dumping.  We support the Keep Australia Beautiful organisation, which uses Keep Australia Beautiful Week (in August each year) to raise awareness of important environmental issues via a national communications and publicity campaign.

Camping

 The Shire of Collie encourages everyone to stay and explore the town and surrounds, but reminds all visitors to please abide by any signage and take your litter with you to help protect our environment. For more information on camping in our area please visit the Department of Parks and Wildlife or browse through the visitors options here on the Shire’s page.