- Waroona bushfire intensifies overnight
- Fire comes within metres of homes
- Southbound 2016 cancelled due to fire
- Roads closed due to Waroona bushfires
- Update provided at Leschenault evacuation centre
- Emergency declared for Harvey
- Residents take refuge in Pinjarra
- Traffic diverted through Collie
- Evacuation centre opened in Australind
- Man airlifted to hospital with burn injuries
- Smoke cloud detected on weather radar
- Community opens doors to those in need
- Perth woman's car dies during detour
- Ash rains down on Bunbury CBD
- Bushfire smoke descends on Busselton
- Margaret River firefighters "Waroona is absolute mayhem"
The decision has been made that the ash in the air from the Waroona bushfire has made pumping fuel too dangerous.
The Bunbury Mail understands petrol stations in town are still operating.
Caltex Woolworths in Eaton operator Ryan Heaterman said they were ordered to stop serving fuel about 2pm due to the risk of ash and embers causing a risk of fire if they came into contact with fuel.
"Most petrol stations in Australind, Eaton and Treendale have been closed," he said.
"We have had a lot of customers hear due to word of mouth and we have been told to wait for further instruction.
"While we can not sell fuel, we are still selling products."
More to come.