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NSW RFS on the Net

Social Media Feeds

 


Social Media and the NSW RFS

The NSW RFS uses social media to engage with the community and to provide information on incidents and activities attended by our volunteers.

The Service has a number of social media channels:

Facebook Facebook - www.facebook.com/nswrfs

Twitter - www.twitter.com/nswrfs

Twitter Alerts service - www.twitter.com/nswrfs/alerts 

YouTube - www.youtube.com/nswrfs

Mobile Apps and Mobile Site

If you have a mobile device such as an iPhone, iPad, Android, tablet or smart phone, current fire information is available in a number of ways.

Fires Near Me NSW - Mobile App

Providing fire information on bush fire incidents in NSW

Available on the iPhone App StoreDownload for Android

Fires Near Me - Mobile App

Providing fire information from participating Australian and NZ fire agencies

Available on the iPhone App StoreDownload for Android

MyFirePlan - Bush Fire Survival Plan App

A mobile and smartphone version of the Bush Fire Survival Plan

Available on the iPhone App StoreDownload for Android

firesnearme.com - Mobile Site

To access our mobile device site, visit www.firesnearme.com.

Emergency+ App

An app which helps identify your location to assist emergency services locating you, produced by the Triple Zero Working Group

Available on the iPhone App StoreDownload for Android

While these applications and services can be useful sources of information on fire incidents and conditions, they are reliant on having access to data services. Therefore, the NSW RFS encourages you to not rely solely on these applications and services and use a range of sources for information.

iTunes is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Android is a trademark of Google Inc.


RSS Feeds from the NSW RFS

RSS Feed IconRSS feeds allow you to receive updates from the NSW Rural Fire Service, including summaries and web content with links to the full article on the NSW Rural Fire Service website.

RSS feed information should be used in conjunction with primary communication sources, such as radio and tv reports, and common sense when evaluating your personal safety.

For more information on the RSS Feeds available from the NSW Rural Fire Service visit our RSS Feeds page.


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