Public Health

The City’s Environmental Health Service monitors a wide range of activities that have the potential to impact on the living standards and the health of our community. This ensures a high standard of public health is maintained throughout the City.

The Environmental Health Services team develops and implements programs in the following areas (click on headings for further information):


Outdoor Eating​ 


Environment and Nuisances   

Waste Management   

Aquatic Facilities and Swimming Pools 

Street Trading  

Mosquito Management 

Skin Penetration Establishments- Requirements for the construction and fit-out

Hairdressing Establishment- Requirements for the construction and fit-out​​

Liquor Licenses  

Health Licenses

For health application and information forms visit the Permits and Licences section of the website.

You can now pay your Health Licences online. Click here to make a payment.

If you would like to pay by credit card please click here​ to access a credit card authority form to submit with your documentation.

A list of all Fees & Charges can be found by clicking here​​

Health Plans 

Two key documents inform Environmental Health approaches and responses within the City of Bunbury. These are the Environmental Health Emergency Management Support Plan and the Environmental Health Plan.

For more information, contact our environmental health services team on 08 9792 7100 Monday to Friday between 8am to 5pm or email  

Environmental Health Officers (EHO)

For an overview on the range of activities undertaken by the Environmental Health Officers please click on the following video links:

A Day in the Life of an EHO (Long Version)