The latest news stories appear on the Home page. All the rest are here


Lots of detail on how to prepare for bushfires and stay safe.

Essential reading!


Information on the Kurrajong Heights Brigade, the equipment we use and the things we do to keep the Community safe


Where do you get a permit for a pile burn?
This and useful links to other information sources

Latest news from our brigade

See more news stories on our News page or alternatively have a look at the News Categories page which allows you to select by each of the different news categories.

Once a year your Brigade conducts burnover training. During Gospers Mountain Fire members of the Brigade suffered a burnover where the fire engulfed them so quickly they were not able to get back to the fire truck and had to take shelter under a building. Sharing […]
The Hawkesbury Rural Fire District National Emergency Medal, National Medal and Long Service Medal Awards Presentation took place on 2nd November with many Kurrajong Heights RFS Brigade members honoured. The presentation was opened by Superintendent Karen Hodgesd AFSM, and was addressed by Les Sheather standing in […]
Once a year we hold an Open Day for the Community. Its a chance for us to show you what we do and how we work to help keep you safe … and a chance for you to learn how you can help us by properly […]


We have developed this website to keep our community better informed about the operation of your RFS Brigade at Kurrajong Heights.

You will find in the Cummunity section information on how to prepare for the next fire event. In the Brigade section you can find out more about our brigade and the work we do to help protect the community.

The Information section is the go to place for detail like how to get a permit for a pile burn and links to other information sources.
Our contact details are in the footer. 

Please stay in touch on our Facebook page. You can also use this page to provide feeback to the brigade.
And lastly, many thanks for your support. 

Its what makes our job possible and by working together we can all help to make our community a safer place..

Brian Williams, Captain