GET READY  2018

FOUR SIMPLE STEPS TO MAKING
YOUR BUSH FIRE SURVIVAL PLAN

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See below for Warnings and other relevant information
You now require a Fire permit to burn

If you are going to burn don't forget to give your neighbours and Fire Control 24 hrs notice!

Saturday, November 17, 2018

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Warnings
Permit restrictions have been lifted. Fire must be able to be extinguished if required. Contact your local Fire Permit Issuing Officer for more information.



Fire Danger for Today: Low/Moderate  Tomorrow:  



Information

The Bush Fire Danger Period started on the 1st of August 2018, If you need to light a fire in the open make sure you have a Fire Permit. Please contact a Larnook Brigade Fire Permit Issuing Officer. You must give all your neighbours and Fire Control (6663 0000 Mon - Fri 09:00 to 16:00) 24 hrs notice. If you need advice please contact Larnook Brigade.





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NSW Rural Fire Service Official Daily Fire Danger Ratings and Total Fire Bans →

Are you living in Bushfire prone land, to find out→

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10/50 Rule

Vegetation Clearing New laws are now in place to help
people prepare their homes in NSW.

If you live in a designated 10/50 vegetation clearing entitlement area', the laws will allow you to:
  • Clear trees on your property within 10 metres of a home, without seeking approval; and
  • Clear underlying vegetation (other than trees) such as shrubs on your property within 50 metres of a home, without seeking approval.

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Kiln fully assembled

Biochar Kiln
This is the Biochar TLUD kiln shown at the Open Day.
If you would like to learn how to make one follow the link.
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Fire danger rating





The Bushfire Danger Period has started

                
A Fire Permit to burn is now required

Learn more about Fire Permits
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If you require a permit to burn in the Larnook/Rock Valley area, please contact one of our Permit Issuing Officers. 

→Contact information

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Understanding the Fire Danger Rating

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Total Fire Ban Rules
What you can and can not do when a TOBAN has been declared
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Check the fire danger rating for your area.

    Our Web page


Welcome to Larnook Brigade's web page.
We are hoping it will assist in finding relevant information.

We can not take responsibility for the information presented as it is generated from outside sources. but it is presented in the hope you may find it useful.

If you have ideas on how to improve this web page or information that could be added please contact us through the
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Plan and prepare

Do you feel your property could be at risk of fires?
Do fires concern you?
Would you like to know where and how to start?
Talk to us, we can help.

→Preparing your property


AIDER

AIDER

The AIDER (Assist Infirm, Disabled and Elderly Residents) program is a free, one-off service which supports some of our most at-risk community members.

The program helps people live more safely and confidently in their home in areas where bush fires may start.
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Rock Valley Hall

Neighbourhood Safe Place

The Rock Valley Hall has been nominated as a Safe Place of last resort during a bush fire emergency.

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glen_peter_ginoWould you like to join Larnook Brigade?

Why don't you come to one of our monthly meetings, have a cuppa and meet the members? Being part of the Brigade does not mean you have to be in the fire line, there are many roles in the RFS.

→How to join



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