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Fact sheets

We produce a wide variety of fact sheets, including fact sheets on bush fire safety, land management, communities at risk, tourism and recreation, home fire safety and farm fire safety.

A variety of our fact sheets are available in languages other than English on our translated fact sheets page.

Hotspots

Hotspots is a community-based training program which provides landholders and land managers with the skills and knowledge to actively participate in fire management for the protection of life and property while at the same time ensuring biodiversity is protected and maintained. 

Prepare Your Horse for Bush Fire

During bush fires, people put themselves and others at risk attempting to rescue horses at the last minute. Some refuse to evacuate or go to a safe place because of concern about their animals.

Caravan and Camping Bush Fire Safety

Prepare an escape plan. If caught in a bush fire you may die.

Bush Fire Safety for Bushwalkers

Be Prepared. If caught in a bush fire you may die.

Bush Fire Safety for Travellers

Prepare an escape plan. If caught in a bush fire you may die.

Bush Fire Alerts

Where there is a risk from bush fire, Bush Fire Alerts provide information to effected communities using radio, television, the internet or telephones. There are three Bush Fire Alert levels to help you make the right choices for your safety.

Fire Safety for Your Pets

What will you do with your pets in the event of a bush fire? Your bush fire survival plan must include the wellbeing of your animals.

Prepare. Act. Survive

Wait until the fire is on top of you and you may die.

Grass Fires

Grass fires spread quickly and can threaten lives, property, crops and stock. Protect yourself.

Lighting a fire - Quick Facts

A quick guide to your responsibilities when lighting a fire or undertaking activities that may result in a fire.

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