Amos arrived back from a WNBL game with the West Coast Waves in Melbourne on the day of the bushfire to hear her home was under threat.
‘Landed in Perth, halfway to the beach when we hear about the fire in the hills,’ she posted on Facebook.
‘Can’t get through to see if the house is OK, houses burnt down near, dogs are safe but praying that our house is OK.’
Three hours later, she made another post, confirming her fears had been realised.
‘Absolutely devastated that my home has burnt down, I hope everyone else in the area has better luck than we had,’ she posted.
But the 22-year-old said ‘all that matters is we are all OK’.
Her two dogs also escaped the blaze.
‘Unfortunately it’s everything else that is gone.. (sic) But all that can be replaced,’ she wrote.
Yesterday, she posted a photo of where the house once stood with the caption: ‘Still can’t believe my eyes. Unbelievable.’
The number of damaged homes was expected to rise from 48.
The Wanneroo Wolves are accepting donations to the Amos family.