State Emergency and Information Links
Find links to state specific resources and emergency information sources.
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The ACT Rural Fire Service (ACTRFS) he main fire service agency for all bush and grass fires in rural ACT areas.
ACT Fire and Rescue is the State Government agency for fire, rescue and rapid response services from nine strategically located fire stations in the ACT.
The ACT Emergency Services Agency (ESA) provides emergency management services to the Canberra community.
Fires Near Me NSW is the official application of the NSW Rural Fire Service, providing information about bush and grass fires across NSW.
The NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) is the main fire service agency for bush fires in NSW. The NSW RFS is considered the largest volunteer fire service in the world.
Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) is the State Government agency for fire, rescue and hazmat services in cities and towns across NSW. It is one of the world's largest urban fire and rescue services and is the busiest in Australia.
NSW State Emergency Services (SES) is a volunteer-based organisation providing emergency assistance to communities in NSW. The organisation's primary responsibilities are for flood and storm emergencies, but they also support general rescue efforts in the rural parts of NSW.
The NT Emergency Service (NTES) is a volunteer-based organisation that is responsible for supporting Emergency Management planning, ensuring public awareness of potential disasters and providing response for emergency events.
The NT Fire & Rescue Service (NTFRS) is the State Government agency for fire, motor vehicle crashes, hazard abatement and building collapse in NT.
The Self Recovery App was launched by the Queensland Government and provides information about disasters and emergencies in Queensland, how to prepare for and clean up after them.
The Queensland SES (QSES) Assistance App supports users to log their request for SES emergency assistance via their smart phones instead of being put on hold when the phones are busy during emergencies and disasters.
The Queensland SES (QSES) Assistance Web App supports users to log their request for SES emergency assistance online via their web browser instead of being put on hold when the phones are busy during emergencies and disasters.
The Queensland Rural Fire Service (RFS) provides fire service coverage in rural, semi-rural and some urban fringe areas of Queensland. The QRFS is volunteer-run and forms a part of the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES).
The Queensland State Emergency Service (QSES) is a community and volunteer-run emergency and disaster service organisation. The QSES is supported by both state and local governments.
The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) is the lead provider of fire and rescue, emergency response, management and disaster prevention and mitigation services and programs across Queensland.
The Queensland Disasters and Alerts is a compilation of up to date emergency and disaster updates from across Queensland that is provided online via the Queensland government's website.
The SA Country Fire Service (CFS) is volunteer-run all hazards agency that delivers professional fire and rescue services to outer metropolitan, regional and rural South Australia.
The SA State Emergency Service (SES) is a volunteer-run emergency assistance and rescue service. The SA SES also assist the SA Police (SAPOL) in land search operations and traffic management and support the Country Fire Service (CFS) during major bushfires.
The SA Metropolitan Fire Service (MFS) is the lead structural firefighting service in South Australia. The SA MFS protects life, property and the environment from fire and other emergencies.
The Alert SA mobile app provides timely and important public safety and emergency information from essential service organisations, community partners and the government.
The South Australia Environment Protection Authority (EPA) is an independent environment protection regulator. Employing risk-based regulation, the EPA works closely with the community, industry and the government to protect protect, restore and enhance the state's unique natural environment while supporting economic growth and improving well being.
The Tasmania Fire Service (TFS) is the primary provider of fire and rescue services across Tasmania and its islands. The TFS comprises career and volunteer firefighters and works in close relationship to the other emergency services in the state.
The Tasmania State Emergency Service (SES) is a volunteer-run division of the Dept. of Police, Fire and Emergency Management (TAS) and provides emergency response services for severe storms, floods, road crash rescue, general rescue and community support.
VicEmergency is a centralised website with a real-time map of incidents across the state. You can also access preparedness and recovery information related to emergencies.
EPA works alongside community, business and government to protect health and the environment by preventing the harmful effects of pollution and waste.
Nurse On Call is a phone service that provides immediate, expert health advice from a registered nurse, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The phone service is for non-emergency health advice only.
Victoria State Emergency Service is a volunteer-run emergency response, management and services organisation. It is the control agency for flood, storm, tsunami, earthquake and landslide throughout Victoria.
The Metropolitan Fire Brigade (MFB) is one of the several fire services in Victoria. It provides firefighting, rescue, medical and hazardous material incident response services to the metropolitan area of Melbourne.
The Dept. of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) combines Victoria's environmental, planning, local and emergency management functions into one department.
The Victorian Dept. of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Emergencies provides emergency assistance and support information, including how to access financial support after experiencing an emergency.
The Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES) is Western Australia's leading emergency and hazard management agency. It provides critical emergency response and services for natural disasters and emergencies threatening life and property.
The WA State Emergency Services (SES) is a volunteer-run organisation that provides rehabilitation and recovery supports to communities recovering from the impact of a disaster.