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Want some information about how to set up your property in preparation for a bushfire? Come down to Falls Farm, Cagney Way, Lesmurdie this morning to talk to the experts. And you also get yourself a sausage in a bun courtesy of the local Lions

Want some information about how to set up your property in preparation for a bushfire? Come down to Falls Farm, Cagney Way, Lesmurdie this morning to talk to the experts. And you also get yourself a sausage in a bun courtesy of the local Lions ... See MoreSee Less

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On my WAY lol

October 5th, 8:36 pm

Kalamunda Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade
📢 Collaborative Community Bushfire - Information Evening

The City of Kalamunda, supported by Kalamunda Fire & Rescue, Kalamunda Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade and Kalamunda Bushfire Ready, will be holding two Collaborative Community Bushfire Information sessions, with presentations about:

👉 Property Preparation 
👉 Landscape/fire history/lessons learnt
👉 Information on Road Closures 
👉 Bushfire Survival Planning
👉 Mitigation plans and progress 
👉 Monitoring Conditions during Bushfire

📆 11 October 2019 at the 📍 Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre, 6pm - 8pm
RSVP to enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au or Telephone: (08) 9257 9999

📢 Collaborative Community Bushfire - Information Evening

The City of Kalamunda, supported by Kalamunda Fire & Rescue, Kalamunda Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade and Kalamunda Bushfire Ready, will be holding two Collaborative Community Bushfire Information sessions, with presentations about:

👉 Property Preparation
👉 Landscape/fire history/lessons learnt
👉 Information on Road Closures
👉 Bushfire Survival Planning
👉 Mitigation plans and progress
👉 Monitoring Conditions during Bushfire

📆 11 October 2019 at the 📍 Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre, 6pm - 8pm
RSVP to enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au or Telephone: (08) 9257 9999📢 Collaborative Community Bushfire - Information Evening

Bushfires strike without warning and provided with the right environmental conditions, can quickly exceed firefighting resources. This event greatly impacts community, properties, homes and infrastructure, while posing great risk to human life. To help protect our community we would like to support you and your family in bushfire preparedness, awareness and survival planning.

The City of Kalamunda, supported by Kalamunda Fire & Rescue, Kalamunda Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade and Kalamunda Bushfire Ready, will be holding two Collaborative Community Bushfire Information sessions, with presentations about:

👉 Property Preparation
👉 Landscape/fire history/lessons learnt
👉 Information on Road Closures
👉 Bushfire Survival Planning
👉 Mitigation plans and progress
👉 Monitoring Conditions during Bushfire

📆 11 October 2019 at the 📍 Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre, 6pm - 8pm
RSVP to enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au or Telephone: (08) 9257 9999
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September 27th, 8:39 am

Kalamunda Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade
Reminder - Restricted Burning Period Starts next Tuesday!
Permits Required to Burn are required between the 1st of October to 30 November (unless closed off early due to weather conditions)

A few notes from the City of Kalamunda, 
You may obtain a Burning Permit by request at the City of Kalamunda Administration Office.
Residents can still legally burn off a small heap  – 1 cubic meter (1m x 1m x 1m), after 6pm and out by 11pm without a permit to burn so long as:

- the Fire Danger Rating is not Very High or above,
- that a means of extinguishing the fire is available,
- ensure appropriate firebreaks or hazard reduction around 
  burn area,
- all neighbours are notified, and an adult remain in 
  attendance of the fire at all times.

HINTS FOR BURNING
- Dont light a fire on a hot or windy day.
- Dont try to burn more than you can control.
- Inform and notify your neighbours and others as specified in 
  the permit.
- Make sure smoke and sparks will not create a nuisance to 
  your neighbours or road users.
- Cut or rake long grass and fuel from around trees, buildings 
  and fences before burning.
- On a sloping block, burn from the top down.
- Have a hose or spray pack to dampen down fierce fires.

(Note: These Fire Control Officers are City Staff and Volunteers, their availability to issue permits may vary in some instances, including attending emergency incidents within your community. Please assist them by planning early your permit requirements.)

Reminder - Restricted Burning Period Starts next Tuesday!
Permits Required to Burn are required between the 1st of October to 30 November (unless closed off early due to weather conditions)

A few notes from the City of Kalamunda,
You may obtain a Burning Permit by request at the City of Kalamunda Administration Office.
Residents can still legally burn off a small heap – 1 cubic meter (1m x 1m x 1m), after 6pm and out by 11pm without a permit to burn so long as:

- the Fire Danger Rating is not Very High or above,
- that a means of extinguishing the fire is available,
- ensure appropriate firebreaks or hazard reduction around
burn area,
- all neighbours are notified, and an adult remain in
attendance of the fire at all times.

HINTS FOR BURNING
- Don't light a fire on a hot or windy day.
- Don't try to burn more than you can control.
- Inform and notify your neighbours and others as specified in
the permit.
- Make sure smoke and sparks will not create a nuisance to
your neighbours or road users.
- Cut or rake long grass and fuel from around trees, buildings
and fences before burning.
- On a sloping block, burn from the top down.
- Have a hose or spray pack to dampen down fierce fires.

(Note: These Fire Control Officers are City Staff and Volunteers, their availability to issue permits may vary in some instances, including attending emergency incidents within your community. Please assist them by planning early your permit requirements.)
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Olivia Culph u were asking about this 👍

September 24th, 6:55 pm

Kalamunda Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade
We are conducting a hazard reduction burn near LAWNBROOK RD and GLENISLA RD in BICKLEY tonight. We will be on site until late in the evening

We are conducting a hazard reduction burn near LAWNBROOK RD and GLENISLA RD in BICKLEY tonight. We will be on site until late in the evening ... See MoreSee Less

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Be safe everyone.

Cool photo

September 16th, 8:28 pm

Kalamunda Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade
Kalamundas fire fighters have been redeployed North and are today based out of Gin Gin, about 45min from Bundaberg. Our crews are patrolling and maintaining fire lines as well as giving the local fire crews a well deserved break.Image attachmentImage attachment

Kalamunda's fire fighters have been redeployed North and are today based out of Gin Gin, about 45min from Bundaberg. Our crews are patrolling and maintaining fire lines as well as giving the local fire crews a well deserved break. ... See MoreSee Less

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WELL DONE

Mondaran Dam Bruce Hwy closed with smoke. Thanks WA

Julia Wilson

September 15th, 6:24 am

Kalamunda Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade
This is the Ballandean fire crew who are finishing up their current tasking this morning. Made up of S.A. CFS, A.C.T. Parks, and our W.A. crews. 
Half of this team is being redeployed north and the other half south to assist with other fires.
Kalamunda is part of the North crew with Wanneroo, Bedfordale, Two Rocks and East Gidgegannup.

This is the Ballandean fire crew who are finishing up their current tasking this morning. Made up of S.A. CFS, A.C.T. Parks, and our W.A. crews.
Half of this team is being redeployed north and the other half south to assist with other fires.
Kalamunda is part of the North crew with Wanneroo, Bedfordale, Two Rocks and East Gidgegannup.
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Great job to all crews.

Well done and thank you

You were legends, thanks for coming, awesome meeting you all, stay safe xo

Awsome job guys.

Absolutely brilliant

Take care

Jarred

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