Once a year your Brigade conducts burnover training. During Gospers Mountain Fire members of the Brigade […]
The Hawkesbury Rural Fire District National Emergency Medal, National Medal and Long Service Medal Awards Presentation […]
Once a year we hold an Open Day for the Community. Its a chance for us […]
The $811,695 federal grant to the Kurrajong Heights Bowling Club has created a state-of-the-art staging facility for RFS fire trucks. Last Saturday we went and tried it out.
Deputy Mayor Barry Calvert was up in arms this week with the decision by he new State Government to stop funding the NSW Emergency Services Levy.
A new App replaces Fires Near Me and may have already done so at the last phone update. Look out for the light blue symbol of NSW State with an ! in the triangle.
A shiiny new Cat 1 tanker was picked up by the brigade on Friday 20th January and we had a working bee on the Saturday to change over all the kit from our old tanker.
Karen Hodges ASFM launches the Brigade's book on its 70 year history and the history of fire in the district at a well attended gathering of the Kurrajong Heights community at the Xmas party at the Ridge.
Bellbird Hill claimed another couple of vehicles after this head-on smash on 27th November. It was one of a number of callouts completed by your Brigade in recent months.
Four brigades assembled at Bilpin on Saturday 12th November for a joint training exercise – Operation Phoenix - and a dinner at the Bilpin Fire Shed afterwards. The day was designed to help brigade members get to know each other in the neighbouring areas and to work together in a mixed crew environment. From every point of view the day was a great success, being not only enjoyable but also very instructional.