Burns Beach Residents Association Inc.
Incorporated Association Registration No. A0823550D
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I become a Member of BBRA?
Come along to a BBRA meeting or complete the online Membership Application on our "Membership" page.
I have an issue that I would like to address. How should I do this?
See the FAQ's on this page. If your issue is not covered by the FAQ's please come along to a BBRA meeting or send us an email.
Who should attend the Monthly BBRA Meetings?
In addition to the Committee Members, all Burns Beach Residents and Ratepayers can attend the meetings.
What happens at the Monthly BBRA Meetings?
The BBRA Chairperson chairs the meetings and runs through a standard Agenda. Once general business on the Agenda is completed, Meeting attendees can raise any new issues.
Does BBRA organise community events?
Yes we do! In 2021 at Christmas time we organised a picnic in the park with a face painter, bouncy castles, a magician, live music, Santa and local vendors selling delicious goodies. We also made plans for an ANZAC Day dawn commemoration event however, this was canceled at short notice due to WA Covid-19 lockdown. In 2020 BBRA organised a Quiz Night and provided entertainment for the Christmas Twilight Markets event.
Who is our local elected Council Member?
The current elected City of Joondalup North Ward Council Members are Cr. Adrian Hill and Cr. Tom McLean (refer to the following links)
How do I know the schedule for City of Joondalup Council public meetings?
Details of scheduled ordinary meetings and briefing sessions are available at the following link:
How do I contact PEET (Developer of the Burns Beach Development)?
Refer to the following link - www.burnsbeachestate.com.au
How do I contact the private security contractor that patrols Burns Beach Development on behalf of PEET?
NPB Security Australia Security Patrol (tel. 0409-281163).
How do I report crime and vandalism in Burns Beach?
For emergency situations (life-threatening): tel 000
For non-emergency quick response situations: tel 131 444
For non-urgent matters that don't require immediate attention: please report online https://www.police.wa.gov.au
How do I contact City of Joondalup FieldServices (City Rangers)?
tel. 9400 4000.
How do I report Graffiti to City of Joondalup?
tel. 94004000 or use the online form at the following link:
How do I report a street light that is not working
Report to Western Power using the following link:
How do I submit a Maintenance Request to City of Joondalup?
There is an online Damage Reporting/Maintenance system at the following link:
Does City of Joondalup provide trees for verges?
Yes. Ratepayers should apply for verge trees by 31st March each year for a tree to be planted during the Winter. Refer the following link:
Are dogs allowed on Burns Beach?
No. There are signs at beach access points stating that dogs are prohibited on the beach. There is a City of Joondalup dog beach in Hillarys/Whitfords area. There are other areas where dogs are prohibited or must be kept on a leash. Refer the following links:
What do I do if I find a snake in my house or garden?
In spring and summer, many reptiles come out of hiding to bask in the sunlight. This can cause concern (and potential risks) to people and their pets. During this time you should take precautions and be aware of your surroundings to minimise the chance of encountering snakes. If you find a snake in your house or garden call Wildcare Helpline (94749055) to be referred to a volunteer reptile remover. For more information see the following link - www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/plants-and-animals/animals/living-with-wildlife/87-dealing-with-snakes
Does City of Joondalup provide any Community Transport service?
Yes, CoJ offers a community bus service to local shopping centres, senior citizens centres and to Joondalup library. The community bus may also be hired by qualifying community groups for outings. For more details see the following link:
What Should I do if I Observe Private 4WD Vehicles or Motorbikes in the Bush Land on the Northern Boundary of Burns Beach?
Private 4WD vehicles and motorbikes are not permitted to access the bush land. Please report any breaches to PEET or to City Ranger Services.
What Should I do if Contractors Working on Nearby Construction Sites Damage My Verge?
BBRA suggests that you report any damage to the Builder/Site Manager or to PEET or to Joondalup City Ranger Services.