Saroja is expected to exert a wide influence in the area on Sunday evening local time and overnight as it moves southeast on the land.
A few days ago this cyclone wreaked havoc on Indonesia. Strong winds and heavy rains triggered flash floods and landslides.
Sunday came to Seroja Winds at a speed of 110 kilometers per hour, which is equivalent to a high-end tropical storm in the Atlantic Ocean. The storm is expected to strengthen as it moves toward the coast and can reach 120 kilometers per hour (75 mph), which is equivalent to a minimum Category 1 hurricane in the Atlantic.
In Australia, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has issued a storm-force wind warning for the Gaskoy Coast. Storm-force wind warnings were issued for Ninglu Coast and Geraldton Coast.
Residents along the west coast should also be prepared for dangerous surf, coastal erosion and storm surges.
This region of Western Australia has been affected by a tropical system, it has been more than five years.
In 2015, Tropical Cyclone Olwyn expected the effects of the surges to result in heavy rains and strong winds in many of the same areas.