Not much sleep for volunteer crews last night. A suspicious fire shortly after midnight kept crews from Kalamunda Volunteer Fire & Rescue Service and Kalamunda Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade busy until dawn. Just goes to show - it doesn't matter the colour of the uniform, we are one great team working together! 💪👨🏻🚒👩🏼🚒🚒🚒
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The restricted burning period is from midnight April 17 until midnight May 31. Please see http://www.kalamunda.wa.gov.au/Your-Neighbourhood/Fire-Emergency/Important-Dates for more information
Please note the City's website will be updated with the new dates shortly
Today the Brigade's 2019 Recruit Class completed the very first part of their training, the Introduction to Firefighting course. They still have a way to go to complete probation, but it has now properly started. Congrats to all participants. Shown here are the trainers, recruits and a couple of firefighters from other Brigades, who also completed the course. A great day was had by all and everyone did a great job. ... See MoreSee Less
UPDATE: Due to rainfall, the restricted burning period now starts midnight April 17 through to May 31
For more information, visit http://www.kalamunda.wa.gov.au/Your-Neighbourhood/Fire-Emergency/Important-Dates
The City of Kalamunda will update their website with the new dates shortly
Thought it would be extended.
Thanks for the heads up!
We need some rain so bad... 😔
Want to get your car washed? You still have a couple of hours to get it up to Kalamunda High School, where the Brigade will wash and vacuum it for you for a very reasonable price - all proceeds go to charity. We have been going since 8am and are washing until 2pm. ... See MoreSee Less
Got a dirty car that you want clean AND also want to help contribute to a good cause?!? Then bring it to Kalamunda High School tomorrow between 8am and 2pm and we'll clean it for you. I'm taking mine for a wash and it's filthy.. ... See MoreSee Less
DAMAGING WINDS with gusts to 90 kilometres per hour are possible and could cause DAMAGE TO HOMES AND PROPERTY most likely about the hills and foothills of the Darling Escarpment from 11pm Monday until 8am Tuesday morning.
Locations which may be affected include Dwellingup, Ellenbrook, Gingin, Kalamunda, Midland and Mundaring.
Gusty easterly winds are common this time of year however winds are likely to be unusually strong and may cause damage to property and make road conditions hazardous. Easterly winds of this strength generally occur on average once every 2 to 3 years.