• Home
  • Online Customer Service Centre
x

Bushfire Danger Period

Bush Fire Danger Period


NSW Rural Fire service announcement


The Bush Fire Danger Period (BFDP) for the Wingecarribee LGA will begin early this year. Due to ongoing warm and dry conditions the BFDP began on Sunday 1st September, 2019.


For further information on the Bush Fire Danger Period please visit:


LinkBush Fire Danger Period


During the Bush Fire Danger Period any person wishing to light a fire will require a permit issued by their local Rural Fire Service Brigade Captain.



Total Fire Ban or No Burn days


Burning is prohibited on a Total Fire Ban or when a No Burn Notice has been issued.


The key things to remember


  • You need a fire permit if it's the Bush Fire Danger Period. 
  • Just because it's the Bush Fire Danger Period doesn't mean you can't use fire - but there are restrictions to ensure fire is used safely.
  • Getting a permit is free and easy. Contact your local Fire Control Centre.

There are heavy penalties if you don't follow restrictions or rules.


Fire Danger Ratings 


To check the Fire Danger Rating or if a Total Fire Ban is in place for your area visit :


 LinkFire Danger Rating and Total Fire Ban Information 


HyperlinkFire Danger Ratings 





Total Fire Ban


 


Residents are urged to complete a Bush Fire Survival Plan and ensure all members of the household know what to do on days of increased fire danger and if their home is threatened by fire.


Residents should prepare their property by removing flammable materials from their yards, clearing gutters of leaves, checking hoses and, where appropriate, conducting hazard reduction activities.


Last Updated: September 3rd, 2019
Can’t Find It?