Cottle Road Bullaburra - 5th May 2018

Cottle Road Bullaburra - 5th May 2018

We Are Volunteers Helping to Protect Our Community

We Are Volunteers Helping to Protect Our Community

Bullaburra RFS Are Looking for Volunteers Like You. Come and Join Us
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Who are we

With Over 100 Years of Experience in Fighting Fires and Protecting Our Community

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We Are Bullaburra RFS

We Are a Group of Trained Volunteers Helping to Protect Our Community 24/7 365 Days a Year

“Our aim is to provide the highest standard of service, in all the areas voluntary fire and emergency services for our community"

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Brigade Team Managers

We Are Proud to Say, Bullaburra Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade Has The Most Dedicated and Experienced Teams Helping to Protect the Bullaburra and Blue Mountains Community

Mission Statement

“Our aim is to provide the highest standard of service, in all the areas voluntary fire and emergency services for our community. We look to help protect this community and the surrounding environment, by limiting the impact of fire and other emergencies. This is done through the highest level of training, community education and engagement, and a program of preventive and operational activities.”

Paul Huxley

Brigade Captain

Frequently Asked Question

Join the NSW RFS
Becoming a volunteer with the NSW RFS is easy.
To make an application, contact your local rural fire brigade.
If you're not sure where your closest brigade is located, or you would like more information, contact us using the form below.
What is the application process?
Once you've completed an application form you will be invited to attend an interview with the brigade you are seeking to join. The interview will cover the types of things you can expect as a volunteer of the NSW RFS, what your voluntary role will involve and what the NSW RFS expects from its members. During the interview, you will need to bring along 100 points of identification.
It is important for the NSW RFS to make an assessment about each applicant's suitability for membership because our volunteers hold a position of trust within the community. Background checks are an important step in this process, and a criminal history check will be conducted after your application form is completed and your interview has been conducted.
If your application for membership is successful, you will be accepted as a probationary member of the brigade for a minimum period of six months. During this time you can undertake some activities and training, and at the end of the probationary period your brigade will vote on whether to accept you as an ordinary member.
Want to join the team? Enquire today using the application form below or join us at our monthly meeting.
Come Visit Us
4 Kalinda Rd,
Bullaburra, NSW, 2784
Phone: (02) 4759-1115
Email: contact@bullaburrarfs.org.au
Brigade Monthly Meeting
4th Friday of the Month - 8 PM
All Are Welcome

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Cottle Rd Bullaburra HR, 5th May 2018

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Come Visit Us

4 Kalinda Rd,
Bullaburra, NSW, 2784

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Contact Bullaburra RFS

Phone: (02) 4759-1115
Mobile: 0000-000-000

Email: contact@bullaburrarfs.org.au
Brigade Monthly Meeting

4th Friday of the Month - 8 PM

All Are Welcome