Our World with COVID-19

The Australian Government and the Western Australian Government are implementing staged measures to slow the spread of COVID-19 in the community. 

All our lives are affected. Please continue to look after yourselves and each other.
Segregate [Further Information: www.healthywa.wa.gov.au

COVID Clinics 

COVID clinics are in operation at Royal Perth Hospital, Fiona Stanley Hospital and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, and Bunbury Health Campus in the South-West. New COVID clinic's opened at Armadale, Rockingham, Midland and Joondalup.

Metro COVID Clinics

All the new metro clinics will operate from 8am-8pm, seven days a week. They are located at:
Armadale COVID Clinic: Ground floor of Armadale Health Service, 3056 Albany Highway Mount Nasura;
Midland COVID Clinic: Front of St John of God Midland Hospital, access only via Yelverton Drive;
Joondalup COVID Clinic: Ground floor Joondalup Hospital (Car park P4, Regents Park Road). Enter via outside walkway between Specialist Medical West and Physiotherapy Department; and
Rockingham COVID Clinic: Rockingham General Hospital, Elanora Drive, Cooloongup.
Bunbury Health Campus, open
from 10am-4pm every day.

GP's & Emergency Departments

The community is reminded that the clinics are not intended to replace the medical care available through their GP or at hospital emergency departments.


Members of the public can telephone the COVID-19 Health Information Line on 1800 020 080 for advice and find more specific information by visiting www.healthywa.wa.gov.au

WA Country Health Service

Currently, people residing in country Western Australia who meet the testing criteria are able to present to one of the WA Country Health Service's 100 hospitals and health services to be tested for suspected COVID-19.

Outside Metro

They can also be tested at clinics operated by the Royal Flying Doctor Service, Aboriginal Medical Service or Silver Chain. They are not required to travel to the metropolitan area for testing.

WA Health Staff

A dedicated call centre has been developed for WA Health staff to manage COVID-19 screening and testing.

WA Health Statistics

WA Health COVID19-statistics

World Health Organisation Dashboard

WHO Dashboard

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ATO - Newsroom information

ATO & Business

ATO Economic Response 


Better Communication

The Western Australian Croatian Chamber of Commerce has been established to promote friendship, goodwill, communication and understanding with the business communities of Western Australia, Australia, Croatia, Europe, Asia and Americas.

Encourage Collaboration

The Chamber actively contributes to the development of opportunities for collaboration in areas of trade, investment and economic cooperation between Western Australian and Croatian business and industry.

Connecting Businesses

The Chamber provides an excellent networking opportunity for Western Australian businesses  from the descendants of the first Croatians who migrated to Australia over 100 years ago, to the current generation of young startups.



Wednesday 1st December 5:30 - 8pm 2021 

Meet and greet, food and drinks included.

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International Women's Day 

6th March 2022
WA Croatian Community Centre

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13th Feb 2022

Celebrating 30th Anniversary Australia recognises Croatia and establishes diplomatic relations

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32nd Anniversary Croatian Statehood Day

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