• Picture: Welcome to the Shire of Tammin
    Welcome to the Shire of Tammin


The outside staff perform the following tasks on behalf of the Shire of Tammin:

  • Road Construction
  • Road Maintenance
  • Footpaths
  • Roadside reserves
  • Tree Pruning on Road Reserves
  • Drainage
  • Ovals and Sports Ground Management
  • Parks & Gardens
  • Rubbish Tip
  • Cemetery Maintenance
  • Town Maintenance
  • Major Projects
  • Private Works

Road Maintenance / Drainage / Footpaths / Kerbs

The Council is responsible for the construction and maintenance of gravel and bitumen roads within the Shire, with the exception of those roads maintained by Main Roads WA. This maintenance and construction function extends to the drainage systems, footpaths and kerbing.

Please report pot holes, damaged kerbs, footpaths, flooding of streets or other minor maintenance requests to the Shire office.

Damaged Street Signs

Street Signs and Traffic Control signs are the responsibility of the Shire of Tammin. All queries/complaints in relation to these are to be directed to the Shire office.

Harvest Mass Management Scheme

Heavy Vehicle Services is amending its Harvest Mass Management Scheme for 2016 / 7 to allow improved 'first mile' access to paddocks for Restricted Access Vehicles.  The measures are designed to assist operators in safely moving increased quantities of grain from paddock to bin, in anticipation of a bumper harvest.

Please find attached for your information copies of  the updated HMMS Business Rules, and an easy-to-follow Guide to the updated HMMS. These come into effect today, Monday 3 October 2016.

An HVS Update is also available here:  https://www.mainroads.wa.gov.au/UsingRoads/HeavyVehicles/HVSUpdatesandRoadInformationTables/HVOUpdates/Pages/HV2016-125.aspx

The HMMS webpage on the Main Roads website (https://www.mainroads.wa.gov.au/UsingRoads/HeavyVehicles/Pages/HMMS.aspx) has been updated and will also have all of the relevant documents.

Harvest Mass Management Scheme Business Rules

HMMS Guide

Latest News

  • Wheatbelt Science Trail

    The Wheatbelt Science Hub successfully applied for funding to develop the Wheatbelt Science Trail. This will be a virtual trail pulling together information on interesting sites across the region, into one user friendly locations. This is a project that we would like our Shire to be apart of!

    What's your favourite science site in the Shire of Tammin?  It could be a place you like or one you’re curious to know more about.

    Contribute your ideas so everyone can discover the wonder of our region!

    The draw for the Wheatbelt Business Network prize is now closed, but there is still same time to nominate a site, before 20th March.

    To nominate go to http://www.wheatbeltscience.org.au/trail.html


  • Road Condition Report

    Shire of Tammin Road Condition Report as of 20/02/2017, 11:30AM.
    We are hoping all roads will be opened within the next week however this will depend on the water levels reducing and predicted further rain events.