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Fires Near Me

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This page displays all bush and grass fires attended by fire services in NSWand other incidents attended by NSW RFS volunteers.

You can click on any incident to see more information, and zoom in to see the latest mapped incident cident maps may differ from the update time of each incident.

When there is insufficient information about an incident location, the incident may be placed in the centre of the local government area. These are marked as an unmapped incident.

Each incident is given a name to assist with managing multiple incidents. The name of an incident does not necessarily reflect the exact location of that incident.

Planned controlled burns to reduce bush fire hazards

A fire involving a residential, commercial or industrial building

The NSWRFS provides operational support to the Fire &Rescue NSW for hazardous materials incidents

Transport incidents including motor vehicle accident, aircraft incident and incidentsinvolving a railway or railway rolling stock

Assist other agency such as Fire & Rescue NSW, NSW Police, NSW SES, NSW Ambulance, Defence Force, interstate deployments etc

Assisting with Flood or storm damage or tree down

Vehicle or Equipment fire such as car fire, farm machinery fire, transformer fire etc

Burn off such as stubble fire, pile burn etc

Automatic Fire Alarm or Domestic Smoke Alarm

Medical incident such as medical evacuation

Other incidents such as smoke in vicinity, gas leak, building collapse etc

A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter.

Effective strategies are in operation or planned for the entire perimeter.

The fire is at a stage where fire fighting resources are only required for patrol purposes and major re-ignition is unlikely.

An Emergency Warning is the highest level of Bush Fire Alert. You may be in danger and need to take action immediately. Any delay now puts your life at risk.

There is a heightened level of threat. Conditions are changing and you need to start taking action now to protect you and your family.

A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes.

Each incident is given a name to assist with managing multiple incidents. The name of an incident does not necessarily reflect the exact location of that incident.

Planned controlled burns to reduce bush fire hazards

A fire involving a residential, commercial or industrial building

The NSWRFS provides operational support to the Fire &Rescue NSW for hazardous materials incidents

Transport incidents including motor vehicle accident, aircraft incident and incidentsinvolving a railway or railway rolling stock

Assist other agency such as Fire & Rescue NSW, NSW Police, NSW SES, NSW Ambulance, Defence Force, interstate deployments etc

Assisting with Flood or storm damage or tree down

Vehicle or Equipment fire such as car fire, farm machinery fire, transformer fire etc

Burn off such as stubble fire, pile burn etc

Automatic Fire Alarm or Domestic Smoke Alarm

Medical incident such as medical evacuation

Other incidents such as smoke in vicinity, gas leak, building collapse etc

A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter.

Effective strategies are in operation or planned for the entire perimeter.

The fire is at a stage where fire fighting resources are only required for patrol purposes and major re-ignition is unlikely.

An Emergency Warning is the highest level of Bush Fire Alert. You may be in danger and need to take action immediately. Any delay now puts your life at risk.

There is a heightened level of threat. Conditions are changing and you need to start taking action now to protect you and your family.

A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes.

Although every care is taken to ensure that all information in the NSW Rural Fire Service web site is accurate and up to date, NSW Rural Fire Service cannot accept any responsibility for mistakes or omissions.

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