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Note that all fires are to be reported on 000.


Get Ready Weekend

With summer just around the corner, now is the time to Get Ready for bush fire season.

September 12 and 13, 2015 is Get Ready Weekend and the perfect opportunity to get outside and take a few simple steps towards preparing your family and your home for bush fire.


The brigade members will be on hand to share a cuppa and discuss the CPP and ways to Get Ready!

Brigade: Majors Creek 
Location: Majors Creek, Hill St, Majors Creek NSW 2622
Date: Saturday 12 September 2015 and Sunday 13 September 2015
Start Time: 10:00 AM
Finish Time: 2:00 PM


Top five actions

Don't know where to start? You could:

overhanging trees and shrubs.

2   MOW
your lawn and remove all the cut grass.

material that can burn around your home (e.g. door mats, wood piles, mulch, leaves, paint, outdoor furniture).

and remove all the debris and leaves from the gutters surrounding your home.

a hose or hoses that can stretch all around the house.

Just a few small actions now could make all the difference if fire threatens your home.



RFS committee 

President  - Peter Malone
Vice President - Louisa Ison
Secretary - Kerry Malone
Treasurer - Chris James

Captain - Greg Ison
Deputy Captains - Greg Beardmore
                                - Phil Cram
                                - Damien Bigg

Training officer - Greg Beardmore
Equipment Officer - Greg Ison
Fire Risk Board Operator - Kerry Malone


The Rural Fires Act and Regulations require people who are going to use fire to reduce a hazard to advise the Fire Control Officer and their neighbours 24 hours before lighting the fire. The Fire Control Officer is officially notified through Queanbeyan Fire Control (9128 0600). Please advertise this in your local publicity. Email to the brigade is not notification to Fire Control. 


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Community Protection Planning Information Session

Changes to 10/50 vegetation clearing

Published Date: 30 Sep 2014


Changes have been announced to the way the 10/50 vegetation clearing rule is applied in some areas.

The 10/50 vegetation clearing rule was introduced following the devastating 2013 bush fires in which more than 200 properties were destroyed.

The rule allows people in a designated 10/50 Vegetation Clearing Entitlement Area to:

Clear trees on their property within 10 metres of a home, without seeking approval; and
Clear underlying vegetation such as shrubs (but not trees) on their property within 50 metres of a home, without seeking approval.

Changes have been announced to the way the entitlement area applies in some areas, particularly around areas of bushland which pose a lower risk of bush fire. Read more about the changes in our media release.

You can now find out if your property is in a 10/50 Vegetation Clearing Entitlement Area using our online tool. You should check the tool immediately prior to attempting to remove any vegetation, as the entitlement area may have changed.

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