Abstract: This report contains the results of data collected from the latest Environmental Health Needs Survey (EHNS), which was conducted from the middle of July 2007 to the first part of 2008. The scope of the survey included all communities in Western Australia however remoteness, seasonal occupation and other factors have meant that not all communities were able to be included in the results. Therefore this report presents an environmental health analysis on the 15,000+ residents of some 232 occupied communities across Western Australia. The majority of these communities are located in the remote east, central and northern parts of Western Australia. Some of these communities exist within or on the fringes of remote towns and are generally referred to as Aboriginal Town Based communities, while all other communities are generally referred to as Remote communities. All of these communities however are distinguishable from Western Australia’s remote or regional towns by the fact that they rely on separate funds for the provision of some or all of their essential and municipal services.