Canobolas

 

The Canobolas Zone is located in the Central West of NSW and combines the Rural Fire Districts of Blayney, Cowra, Cabonne and Orange. The Zone covers 10,636 square km including 310 square km under the control of State Forests and 354 square km of National Park. Our area is predominately undulating agricultural grasslands which are used mainly for grazing with the majority of cropping carried out in the in the Cowra District and in the western side of the Zone in the Cabonne area.

Bush Fire Danger Period has commenced - Permits now required 

FIRE DANGER RATING FOR CANOBOLAS ZONE

WEDNESDAY 26 NOVEMBER 2014

  VERY HIGH

Latest News

- Smoke Over Orange Sunday 23-11-2014

Banjo Paterson Way, Yullundry Bush Fire

Firies' stern warning: total fire ban as temperatures heat up

Total Fire Ban across the Canobolas Zone Saturday 15th November 2014

- Farmers asked to help to reduce bush fires‏

Fire warning for farmers: vigilance needed in coming hot days

Bushfires – Inside The Inferno Part 2 - Wednesday 12th November

Kings Plains Rural Fire Brigade Newsletter

MyRFS Update - new features and improvements‏

Latest News

The latest News from the NSW RFS Canobolas Zone.

Brigades

Information and contact details for brigades across the Canobolas Zone

Weather

Local weather conditions and forecasts

Fire information

Get information on current fires and other incidents

Plan and prepare

Prepare your home, your family and yourself for bush and grass fires

Hazard reduction

Hazard reduction is an important part of preparing for bush fires. If you see smoke, it could be from a hazard reduction. You can check the location of these activities here

About our area

Meet our staff and find out more about the NSW RFS in the Canobolas Zone

Photo and video gallery

See more of the work of our members in our photo and video galleries

Contact us

If you've got a question, comment, suggestion or complaint, you can contact the Canobolas Zone here....

Links

The Canobolas Zone of the NSW Rural Fire Service has provided you with a number of links to associated organisations.