What are Bush Fire Management Committees?

Each Bush Fire Management Committee is made up of a range of stakeholders in order to ensure the whole community has a say on bush fire management activities. They include landholders, land managers, fire authorities and community organisations.

Each Bush Fire Management Committee develops a Bush Fire Risk Management Plan. It sets out the types of work scheduled to deal with the risk of bush fires in an area. These works may range from a community engagement event to hazard reduction activities. Each plan is approved by the Bush Fire Coordinating Committee.

Next Generation Bush Fire Risk Management Plans:

Lower Hunter

Existing Bush Fire Risk Management Plans:

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