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Administration

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Field Leadership Team 

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Community Engagement Officer & Team

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Community Engagement Street Coordinators   -   Area 1a & 1b - Mt Irvine (South & North),     Area 2 - Wynnes Rocks Rd,     Area 3 - The Avenue, Queens Ave, Wyndham Ave, & Hay Lane,     Area 4 - Waterfall Rd, The Avenue, Church Lane,     Area 5 - Mt Wilson East (Davies, Galwey, Hillcrest, Stephen, Shadforth, Mt Irvine Rd),     Area 6 - Farrer Road (West & East) & Smiths Rd

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Catering Team

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Equipment & Property Maintenance Team

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Fire Trails Maintenance Officers

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Water Resources Project Manager

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Training Team

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Hazard Reduction Coordinator

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NSW Rural Fire Service

The NSW Rural Fire Service (NSW RFS) is the world's largest volunteer fire service. Our members provide fire and emergency services to approximately 95 percent of NSW. NSW RFS members attend a range of incidents and activities.


Blue Mountains - NSW Rural Fire Service

The Blue Mountains is a unique world heritage area and also one of the most bush fire prone areas in the World. The population across the district is 75,000 people who live in, or in the vicinity of 27 towns and villages across the Mountains. The local government area covers 143,000 hectares of land in the Greater Sydney Region. About 70 percent of the area is incorporated into the World Heritage Blue Mountains National Park, with approximately 11 percent of the total land area in private ownership.


Blue Mountains Brigades - NSW Rural Fire Service

Click on the brigade names listed to see their contact details.


Publications and documents - NSW Rural Fire Service

The NSW Rural Fire Service has a series of publications which are of interest to residents of Mt Wilson and Mt Irvine.


 

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Large Map of our Brigade District

Mt Wilson / Mt Irvine Rural Fire Brigade is in the West Sector of the Blue Mountains District of the NSW Rural Fire Service and serves the villages of Mount Wilson and Mountt Irvine and surrounding areas, which includes the northern area of the Blue Mountains from near Bell to near Mt Tomah.

The Brigade is a volunteer emergency response organisation comprising people who have property in the two villages or an interest in the area. About 70% of our active members live off the mountains mostly in Sydney. So the Brigade relies on the 30% who live locally as the first response to most incidents. However, the off mountain active members give the Brigade a depth to respond to long running and major incidents.

Mt Wilson / Mt Irvine is currently one of the most active brigades in the Blue Mountains.

The area for which the Brigade has prime responsibility is shown in this map.

Subcategories

Mt Wilson/ Mt Irvine Brigade members have participated in many incidents and events both locally and in support of other Brigades and States, some of which which have appeared in the media.

Periodically major callouts occur which require volunteer crews to be working for the community over several days. Some of these have been recorded and they are listed below.

Welcome to the Mt Wilson/ Mt Irvine Brigade payments page. On this page you can join, renew your membership, make donations to the Brigade, or purchase items during a fundraising event.

Members are the life of a Brigade and so new and continuing members are very welcome.

Thanks to your generosity, the Brigade has been able to purchase essential equipment, improvements to our fire station, and the static water supply throughout the community.

You can make payments online by Direct Deposit through your bank, using your credit card with PayPal or use your PayPal account, or by Cheque.