Fire Station Open Day
Fire & Rescue NSW (FRNSW) holds its annual Open Day with fire stations across the State to give visitors a personal glimpse into Australia's busiest fire and rescue service. Open Day coincides with the launch of FRNSW's Winter Fire Safety Campaign.
Learn more about Open Day and find your closest participating fire station
Home Fire Safety
The key to reducing the risk of fire occurring in your home and to surviving a house fire is being prepared. Everyone in your household should understand what risks there are in your home and what to do to minimise them.
Visit Home Fire Safety for all home fire safety fact sheets and resources
Protect your Mob
Protect your Mob is Fire & Rescue NSW's Indigenous Portal. It's a place were you can find fire safety resources to help you protect your Mob
Visit the Protect your Mob portal
Automatic Fire Alarms - For Community
Learn about charges from automatic fire alarm false alarms and what you can do to prevent them as a resident.
Visit Automatic Fire Alarms - For Community
Community Fire Units
Do you live in a bushland area in NSW?
Then there is a chance that your street is at risk of being impacted by a bushfire.
You and your neighbours could benefit from becoming a Community Fire Unit. By becoming a member you will receive training and equipment to prepare, prevent and protect you from bushfires.
Visit the Community Fire Units website [external link]
The Fire & Rescue NSW researches and delivers a range of community safety initiatives and prevention programs.
Learn more about our safety programs