Unit History

Unit History

Our Story

2016 and 2017 were watershed years in the formation of Two Rocks State Emergency Service, providing coverage to Perth’s rapidly expanding North West Coastal corridor.

The District Officer, and Superintendent together with an State Emergency Service (SES) volunteer and City of Wanneroo personnel collaborated to have the new unit declared by DFES Commissioner Klemm on the 18th of January 2018, and was subsequently published in the Government Gazette on the 23rd of February.

A motivated and enthusiastic group of 15 foundation member volunteers, started meeting and training from October 2017.

Now as we launch our web site and social media numbers are rapidly growing. Unit members are undergoing State Emergency Service Unit Member training and preparing to serve the community.

After a year of intense emergency services training and responding to a small number of emergency callout’s the Commissioner has declared the Two Rocks State Emergency Service fully operational from February 5th 2019. The Unit services the area between Romeo Road City of Wanneroo through to Lancelin in the North and North East to Muchea.

Come along and be a part of the first brand new W.A. State Emergency Service (SES) Unit formed in more than forty years. Join us in supporting the Wanneroo-JoondalupNorthshoreStirling, Bayswater and numerous other State Emergency Service Units around WA and the rest of Australia

We are co-located with the Two Rocks Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade, and we welcome that interaction as well as the support we can provide for the Two Rocks Volunteer Sea Rescue Group, W.A. Police and local St Johns Ambulance volunteers.