Reference material about the Water Supplies, Fire Trails and mapping calculators can be found below:

  1. Mt Wilson and Mt Irvine Static Water Supply - complete details and mapping can be found here.
  2. Mt Wilson and Mt Irvine Fire Trails & Tracks - complete details and mapping can be found here
  3. Mt Wilson and Mt Irvine private dams that may be accessible during times of severe bushfire threat can be found here.
  4. Latitude/longitude and Grid Reference calculators can be found here.

Click here for the link to the map of Static Water Supply (SWS) in the Mt Wilson/Mt Irvine district.

The SWS are divided into three categories:

  • Public Water - water supplies managed by the RFS
  • Private - Category 1 - privately owned water supplies of large quantity and good access that the RFS has been granted access to. 
  • Private - Category 2 - privately owned water supplies of adequate quantity and reasonable access that the RFS has been granted access to.

Quantitative and qualitative data of the SWS can be found by clicking either on the red triangle marking each individual SWS, or the relevant SWS name in the listing in the bottom right corner. 

The water categories can be toggled on or off by clicking on the check box, or the folder can be collapsed by clicking on the arrow, in the listing.

Driving directions can then be produced by entering Mt Wilson Fire Station as the starting point and then clicking Go

Standard Google Map functionality can be used to zoom in or out, or pan left/right/right/up/down, via the controls in the upper left corner.

The background can be toggled between street view (map), satellite view (aerial), combined aerial and street view (hybrid) or contour map view (terrain) via the drop down box in the upper right corner.

Clicking on the ruler in the bottom left hand corner of the map will enable distances or areas to be measured.

Click here for the link to the map of Fire Trails and Tracks in the Mt Wilson/Mt Irvine district.

This map is in its early draft stages and will be reviewed and updated over the coming months.

Standard Google Map functionality can be used to zoom in or out, or pan left/right/right/up/down, via the controls in the upper left corner.

The background can be toggled between street view (map), satellite view (aerial), combined aerial and street view (hybrid) or contour map view (terrain) via the drop down box in the upper right corner.

Clicking on the ruler in the bottom left hand corner of the map will enable distances or areas to be measured.