Welcome to Bayswater State Emergency Service

When a natural disaster strikes or an emergency situation arises, SES volunteers can be found providing a wide range of volunteer services to help the community cope from the impact of disasters.

The West Australian State Emergency Service (WA-SES) is a division of the Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES) made up of approximately 2100 volunteers from every walk of life, who give up their time to help others during emergency situations.

Bayswater SES was established in the late 1960's, and the unit currently has 57 members. It is located on the corner of Clavering & Raleigh Streets, Bayswater.

For life-threatening emergencies call 000

If your home has been badly damaged and you need help call the SES on 132 500.

Latest News

Interested in Volunteering with the WA State Emergency Service?

30 June 2016

Interested in Volunteering with the WA State Emergency Service?

If you're interested in volunteering the Bayswater SES Unit is holding its biannual information night on Wednesday, 6th July at 8:30PM

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Wear Orange Wednesday (WOW Day)

09 April 2016

Wear Orange Wednesday (WOW Day)

Wear Orange Wednesday (WOW Day) is your chance to show support for Western Australia’s State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers.

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27 October 2015

See the Bayswater SES Bike Team in Action

Our bike team has made a video demonstrating their role in urban area searches. Check it out!

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Moulage Workshop

06 March 2015

Moulage Workshop

SATURDAY 28th MARCH: The art of casualty make-up. A WORKSHOP hosted at Bayswater SES. Learn how to create Bruises, Bleeds, Burns, Broken Bones, Abrasions, Cuts, Lacerations, Impalements, and an Open Stomach Wound or two.

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Supported by

  • City of Bayswater
  • Government of Western Australia
  • DFES