Connecting the Blue Mountains community with resources and support before, during and after a bush fire.

Call Triple Zero (000)
or TTY (106)

Credit: Gary P Hayes Photography Photo: Light Ledge


Households that are well prepared before a bush fire hits are known to be more resilient and able to recover more quickly.


During a bush fire its crucial for residents to stay up-to-date of bush fire alerts and any other warnings.


The devastation from a bush fire can take a toll on a person, both financially and emotionally.

Search for resources under Prepare, Respond or Recover or visit the full local resource directory.

An aerial photo of Centennial Glen in Blackheath

Credit: Gary P Hayes Photography Photo: Centennial Glen Mosaic Aerial

Are You Bush Fire Ready?

Living in a bush fire prone area such as the Blue Mountains, it is vital to have a fire plan in place so everyone in your household understands what to do if a bush fire threatens your property.

Do you have a bush fire plan in place?    

NSW Emergency Services & Resources

To help you prepare, respond and recover from a bush fire visit the NSW Rural Fire Service, NSW State Emergency Service and Fire and Rescue New South Wales websites for further information.

Local Resources Directory

Visit the Local Resources Directory page to view links to local organisations, and search the directory of centralised resources and services available to help Blue Mountains residents prepare for, respond to or recover from a bush fire.

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