Cudlee Creek Bushfire Recovery Community Page

On Friday 20 December 2019 an uncontrolled fire broke out in Cudlee Creek. Over 25,000 hectares of the district was burned including homes, outbuildings, vehicles and other property.

What's the purpose of this page?

This page is a digital space for our community to come together. It’s a space for:

  • Council to share information about what we’re doing

  • You to share ideas for community recovery (no matter how big or small)

  • You to ask Council questions and for us to respond

  • Council to ask you and engage you on recovery related matters

We recognise that with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic we are all experiencing unprecedented times. Council wants to reassure you that while recovery efforts may not be as visible to the community, staff from State and Local Governments and not for profit organisations are still working in dedicated recovery roles.

This page will grow as we move through the coming months and years together. We’re hoping this site will help us all be better prepared for the future. We want to work with you through this recovery and are here to help. If there is anything else you would like Council to help with, please let us know.


SA Recovery hotline - phone 1800 302 787 between 8am and 8pm


Frequently Asked Questions - For detailed information about other available assistance or other specific or general questions, refer to the FAQs and Important links on right this webpage.


Important links

On the right of this page we have captured some important links.

Department of Human Services website contains information about: events, financial assistance, grants, small business support, free assistance and advice, justice of the peace information, opportunities for donations, livestock and public health information.

Council website is home to a number of Council recovery related matters such as: rates support, planning and building information, bin replacement, hard rubbish and green waste.


On Friday 20 December 2019 an uncontrolled fire broke out in Cudlee Creek. Over 25,000 hectares of the district was burned including homes, outbuildings, vehicles and other property.

What's the purpose of this page?

This page is a digital space for our community to come together. It’s a space for:

  • Council to share information about what we’re doing

  • You to share ideas for community recovery (no matter how big or small)

  • You to ask Council questions and for us to respond

  • Council to ask you and engage you on recovery related matters

We recognise that with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic we are all experiencing unprecedented times. Council wants to reassure you that while recovery efforts may not be as visible to the community, staff from State and Local Governments and not for profit organisations are still working in dedicated recovery roles.

This page will grow as we move through the coming months and years together. We’re hoping this site will help us all be better prepared for the future. We want to work with you through this recovery and are here to help. If there is anything else you would like Council to help with, please let us know.


SA Recovery hotline - phone 1800 302 787 between 8am and 8pm


Frequently Asked Questions - For detailed information about other available assistance or other specific or general questions, refer to the FAQs and Important links on right this webpage.


Important links

On the right of this page we have captured some important links.

Department of Human Services website contains information about: events, financial assistance, grants, small business support, free assistance and advice, justice of the peace information, opportunities for donations, livestock and public health information.

Council website is home to a number of Council recovery related matters such as: rates support, planning and building information, bin replacement, hard rubbish and green waste.