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Bush Fire Safety

If a fire starts and you notice it is not under control, ring 000 (Triple Zero). For further details about reporting fires, go to the If a fire starts section.

FireWise communities experience fewer fires and fewer fire-related deaths, injuries and property losses. For those people living in bush fire prone areas, it is imperative to understand the risks of bush fire, make preparations accordingly, and be Bush FireWise. Deciding to Stay and Defend, or Leave Early is a critical decision as most people who die in bush fires die as a result of unplanned last-minute relocation or evacuations.

Rural Fire Service brigades and volunteers participate in events on a regular basis to promote fire safety to the wider community.

A variety of our fact sheets are available from the RFS website

About us

Tathra Volunteer Rural Fire Brigade is just one of the many Brigades that make up the NSW Rural Fire Service. We are a volunteer Brigade operating since 1945 on the Far South Coast of NSW.


Bega Road

Tathra, NSW, 2550

0429 858 123