If you have a life-threatening or urgent situation dial triple zero (000) and ask for ambulance, fire or police depending on the type of emergency.
For a list of emergency numbers go to how to report an emergency and crisis helplines.
The City of Tea Tree Gully has an Emergency Management Plan(PDF,33MB) which outlines how emergency events will be managed.
Emergency warnings and current alerts
Your local ABC radio station is the official emergency broadcaster delivering warnings and alerts.
Find information about current alerts and emergency warnings on the SA.GOV.AU website.
Emergency services and the state government issue advice and warning messages to the public through websites, smartphone apps, television and radio broadcasts, mobile phone SMS messages and posts on social media.
Where to shelter in an emergency
Housing SA may establish relief centres to provide support in an emergency event.
Relief centres provide immediate and short-term shelter, food and drink, and emotional support during an emergency event.
The location of relief centres will be advertised through the media, at the time of the incident.
In the event of a bushfire, if you have a bushfire survival plan and you plan to leave early, it is important that you know where to go. Use the CFS interactive maps to find the bushfire safer places and last resort refuges