For all life threatening emergencies, call Triple Zero (000)
For information directly relating to bushfires please call the Bush Fire Information Line on 1800 679 737 or visit the NSW Rural Fire Service Website here. [external link]
Welcome to Fire and Rescue NSW
FRNSW is one of the world’s largest urban fire and rescue services and is the busiest in Australia. Our overriding purpose is to enhance community safety, quality of life, and confidence by minimising the impact of hazards and emergency incidents on the people, property, environment and economy of NSW.
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The Bushfire Danger Ratings give you an indication of the consequences of a fire, if one was to start. On days of increased fire danger, there may be a Total Fire Ban. Visit Fire Danger Ratings and Total Fire Bans on the NSW Rural Fire Service Website here. [external link]
Most people have a plan for what they will do during a bushfire. Unfortunately, not every plan will withstand the test of a bushfire. Take 5 minutes to improve or make a plan at www.myfireplan.com.au [external link]
Safety Visits assist people to help reduce their risk of an accidental fire in their home and educates them how to safely escape in the event of a fire occurring. If you or someone you know would benefit from a Safety Visit click here to learn more.
Visit the Fires Near Me website [external link] for Information and warnings about bush fires and other incidents attended by the NSW RFS.
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In an emergency call Triple Zero (000)
Bushfire Information: Call the NSW Rural Fire Service: 1800 679 737
www.rfs.nsw.gov.au [external link]
Floods and Storms: Call the SES: 132 500
www.ses.nsw.gov.au [external link]
Hazard reductions and smoke
If you see a fire unattended, call Triple Zero (000)
For a list of planned hazard reduction burns, visit:
NSW RFS: Hazard reduction advisories [external link]
For health information relating to smoke from bush fires and hazard reduction burning, visit:
NSW Health: Bushfire smoke [external link]
For current and forecasted air quality, visit:
Office of Environment and Heritage: Current and forecast air quality [external link]