January - Members from Tathra Brigade assist in the District wide fires which have continued to burn since December last year.
March –Brigade is advised they were successful in winning a NSW Government Grant to the value of $166,400. This is to be spent on the building of a dedicated Training Room and refurbishment of the existing office area.
March – May - The co-vid19 pandemic prevents training as health guidelines prohibit groups.
Local construction company, Kaos Constructions, wins the tender for the building and refurbishment of Tathra Training room and Office.
July –Work begins on the refurbishment of the office area and building of Training Room
September –Tathra VRFB - AGM - elected officers: Adam Wiggins (Captain); Jason Lewington (Senior Deputy Captain); Lance Hartley (Deputy Captain), Richard Gallimore (Deputy Captain), Anthony Taylor (President), Prudence Kelly (Secretary), Sally Gallimore (Treasurer)
December –Tathra Station upgrades (Office refurbishment and new Training Room) completed by Kaos Constructions, Tathra
March – Members from Tathra Brigade assist in the central NSW floods – Port Macquarie. Carl Oakley and Ed Locs join a Far South Coast Strike Team for a five day deployment
April – Tathra VRFB - AGM - elected officers: Adam Wiggins (Captain); Lance Hartley (Senior Deputy Captain); Jason Lewington (Deputy Captain), Richard Gallimore (Deputy Captain), Anthony Taylor (President), Amanda Shane (Secretary), Sally Gallimore (Treasurer)
July - Tathra Brigade takes delivery of a new Cat 9 - Landcruiser
October - Brigade installs a much needed hose drying rack at the back of the Station. This rack was designed and built by Jason Snell - Tilba Welding.
16th December - Members who participated in the 2019 / 2020 fires are awarded the National Emerfgency Medal for their efforts. These included the folowing members: Richard Boys, David Gallan, Sally Gallimore, Richard Gallimore, Lance Hartley, Jason Lewington, Ed Locs, Don McPhee, Peter Miller, Carl Oakley, Geraldine Sheehan and Adam Wiggins.