Information about Bushfires Nsw. Full description coming soon.
Fires Near Me. This page displays all bush and grass fires attended by fire services in NSW and 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 area. Incident maps may differ from the update time of each incident.\r\nWhen there are fires which threaten where you live, the NSW RFS may issue an alert or warning. You can find our latest Major Fire Updates here.\r\nGet information on current bush fires and other incidents across NSW, as well as warnings for fires which may affect where you live. Read more. Major Fire Updates. When there are fires which threaten where you live, the NSW RFS may issue an alert or warning. You can find our latest Major Fire Updates here.\r\nNSW and Queensland bushfires: two dead and at least 100 homes destroyed. Seven people unaccounted for, as fuller picture emerges of the devastation Published: 9:53 PM . NSW and Queensland bushfires: two dead and at least 100 homes destroyed. Emergency warnings for 17 fires in New South Wales – as it happened.\r\nThe word "bushfire" builds on the concept of "the bush", referring to sparsely-inhabited regions. Bushfires in Australia are generally defined as uncontrolled, non-structural fires burning in a grass, scrub, bush, or forested area. Australia, being a geographically and meteorogically diverse continent, experiences many types of bushfires.\r\nBushfires continue to devastate QLD and NSW. Out of control bushfires tear through communities in QLD and NSW. In NSW a blaze in Bees Nest, near Armidale LGA and one on Long Gully Road, Drake near Tenterfield are major concerns for locals and fire crews.\r\nThe NSW RFS is the lead combat agency for bush fires in NSW. For over 100 years we have been a significant part of the history and landscape of NSW. Working closely with other agencies we respond to a range of emergencies including structure fires, motor vehicle accidents and storms that occur within rural fire districts.\r\nNSW Bushfires. 10K likes. In depth and wide coverage of all emergency services and incidents. This community allows everyone involved to communicate.\r\nBushfire emergencies. Check the NSW Rural Fire Service website, Fires Near Me page [external link] for current incidents. Listen to local media. Check social media such as NSW RFS Facebook [external link] and NSW RFS Twitter [external link]. Bush Fire Information Line - 1800 679 737; Deaf, hard of hearing or have a speech impairment\r\nRELATED: ‘Frightening’ photos of ‘apocalyptic’ bushfires. Later NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian confirmed a second death during a press conference about the state’s emergency situation. “Our thoughts and prayers of course go to the families and loved ones of those two deceased persons,” she said, ...\r\n