Current Fire Bans
Current Bans CAN BE FOUND HERE
Total Fire Ban rules
short, During a Total Fire Ban you cannot light, maintain or use a fire
in the open, or to carry out any activity in the open that causes, or
is likely to cause, a fire.
No general purpose hot works such as
using tractors, slashers and/or welding, grinding or gas cutting can be
done in the open either, and this includes incinerators and barbecues
which burn solid fuel, eg. wood or charcoal.
FULL RULES ARE HERE
a Total-Fire Ban is declared, or a danger period is issued, these are
the fire areas, including the council areas that RealFM covers parts of:
Central Ranges Bathurst; Blayney; Cabonne; Cowra; Lithgow; Mid-Western; Oberon; Orange
Greater Hunter Cessnock; Dungog; Lake Macquarie; Maitland; Muswellbrook; Newcastle; Port Stephens; Singleton; Upper Hunter
Lower Central West Plains Bland; Dubbo; Forbes; Lachlan; Narromine; Parkes; Temora; Weddin; Wellington
||Moree Plains; Narrabri; Walgett; Warrumbungle|
Major Fire Updates
times of major incident activity, such as during bush and grass fires
where there is a threat to the community, updates are posted HERE.
Fires Near Me
This shows a map with details on current fires burning in NSW. The link is HERE____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Bush Fire Survival Plan
Bush Fire Survival Plan can help you make important decisions about
what to do during a fire - like when to leave, what to take and what to
do with animals.
Contact our Local RFS
Most brigades in our area are part of the Cudgegong Fire District. You can find out more HERE
**This information has been taken from the RFS website, and was current as of 26/10/2014