RSS 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 RFS 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 current information about fire safety and Major Fire Update messages please check the NSW RFS website regularly at www.rfs.nsw.gov.au
Major Fire Updates Feed
This feed contains a summary update for major fires burning in NSW. Click through from the feed to the NSW RFS website for full details of the update.
Current Incidents Feed (GeoRSS)
This feed contains a list of current incidents from the NSW Rural Fire Service, and includes GeoRSS data and Major Fire Update summary information where available. Click through from the feed to the NSW RFS website for full details of the update.
While care is taken to ensure accuracy, the NSW Rural Fire Service cannot guarantee that information contained in RSS feeds is correct and recommends that users exercise their own skill and care with respect to its use.
Although every care is taken to ensure that all information in the NSW Rural Fire Service web site is accurate and up to date, NSW Rural Fire Service cannot accept any responsibility for mistakes or omissions. Incident spatial location (burnt area and fire origin) update times may differ from the update time of incident details. The location of mapped incidents may be placed in the centre of the Local Government Area (LGA) until accurate spatial information is available. These incidents are titled Incident Name (Unmapped Incident). The geographic coordinate system for the feed is World Geodetic System 1984 (WGS84). Incident information is updated every 30 minutes.
We reserve the right to prevent the distribution of NSW Rural Fire Service content.