List of New South Wales Rural Fire Service brigades

This is a list of the New South Wales Rural Fire Service brigades.

Listing by Rural Fire Service district

Greater Sydney metropolitan area

Blue Mountains district

Located in the Blue Mountains, the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in this stand-alone district, covering an area of 143,000 hectares (350,000 acres),[1] with the following vehicles:

Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles

& Equipment
(as specified)

Bell11 1
Blackheath / Mount Victoria2211A 7A & PCB

at Mt Victoria

1B & 7B & PCA at Blackheath

Blaxland1111940s Blitz[2]
Bullaburra111
Faulconbridge111Tom Chalmers memorial vehicle[3]
Glenbrook / Lapstone1111[4]
Hazelbrook11211943 Chevy Blitz & trailer[5]
Katoomba / Leura111
Lawson111
Linden11RAFT Trailer
Medlow Bath111 1940's Stewie Baker which is at the Valley Heights Railway Museum
Megalong Valley1111
Mount Riverview111[6]
Mount Tomah111[7]
Mount Wilson /
Mount Irvine
1111 1[8]
Shipley1111pump trailer
South Katoomba111[9]
Valley Heights121(Cat 6 & 13 Bulk Water)[10]
Warrimoo111
Wentworth Falls111[11]
Winmalee2111[12]
Woodford111trailer[13]

Cumberland zone

Located in the Cumberland region of Sydney, the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in this zone that incorporate the Blacktown, Fairfield, and Penrith local government areas, with the following vehicles:

Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel
Carrier)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
Berkshire Park111[14]
Castlereagh111
Eastern Creekb11
Erskine Park111
Horsley Park21 1[15]
Llandilo111
Londonderry211[16]
Marsden Park11
Mulgoa111
Orchard Hills111[14]
Plumpton111[17]
Regentville21 11Fire BoatBulk Water assigned to

Cumberland Support[18]

Schofields21
Shanes Park11[14]
St Paul's Cadets1[19]
Wallacia11

Hawkesbury district

Located in the Hawkesbury region of Sydney, the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in this stand-alone district that incorporate the Hawkesbury local government area, with the following vehicles:

Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
Bilpin2 1
Blaxland Ridge1 1
Colo Heights1 11
East Kurrajong111
Ebenezer11
Freemans Reach11
Glossodia111
Grose Vale2 1
Grose Wold11[20]
Hawkesbury Headquarters11 1[21]
Kurrajong11[22]
Kurrajong Heights11
Lower Portland11 Fireboat
Lower Macdonald21 1
Mountain Lagoon11
Oakville31
St Albans11 [23]
Tennyson11
Upper Colo11
Wilberforce11
Yarramundi11

The Hills District

Located in the Hills District, or north-west region, of Sydney, the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in this stand-alone district that incorporates The Hills local government area, with the following vehicles:

Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
Annangrove11 11[24]
Box Hill / Nelson11
Glenhaven11
Glenorie211
Hillside11[25]
Kellyville111Lighting Trailer
Kenthurst211[24]
Sackville North1111Fireboat
Maroota / Canoelands221
Maroota South211
Middle Dural111[26]
North Rocks111
Round Corner1211(Cat 5 & Cat 13 Bulk Water)
Rouse Hill111 1[27]
Wisemans Ferry111Fireboat[28]

Hornsby / Ku-Ring-Gai district

Located in the upper north shore and northern suburban region of Sydney, the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in this stand-alone district located within the Hornsby Shire and Ku-ring-gai Council local government areas, with the following vehicles:

Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
Arcadia21
Berowra111
Berowra Waters1x3 Fireboats
Brooklyn111Fireboat
Cherrybrook11Category 17 (BA/Village Support Vehicle)
Cowan11
Dangar Island1Fireboat
Dural111
Galston1111
Hornsby Heights11
Hornsby111
Killara11
Ku-ring-gai21Utility vehicle ('KU Ute')
Milsons Passage1Fireboat
Muogamarra11
Mount Kuring-gai11
Westleigh21

Macarthur zone

Located in the Macarthur region in south-western Sydney, the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in this zone located within the Camden, Campbelltown, and Liverpool local government areas, with the following vehicles:

Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
Bringelly11
Camden West111
Casulad11 1 1RAFT Support Trailer
Catherine Field21(One Cat 1 former

Leppington 1)

Cobbitty11
Kemps Creek11
Kentlyn11 1Lighting Trailer
Luddenham11
Lynwood Park11 11RAFT Bike Trailer
Menangle Park11
Middleton21 2Catering Trailer(One PC is assigned

to Macarthur Catering)

Minto Heights111
Narellan11 1Lighting Trailer
Varroville211(One Cat 1 is District

Spare Macarthur 1)

Wedderburn21 1

State Mitigation Support Services Base

Sutherland district

Located in the Sutherland region of Sydney, the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in this stand-alone district, with the following vehicles:

Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
Bundeena21[30]
Engadine21[31]
Grays Point21[32]
Heathcote Headquarters211 1[33]
Illawong21[34]
Kurnell21
Loftus21[35]
Maianbar21
Menai21
Sandy Point21[36]
Waterfall21
Woronora1x3 Fireboats[37]

Warringah Pittwater district

Located in the Northern Beaches of Sydney, the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in the stand-alone Warringah Pittwater district,[38][39] with the following vehicles:

Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
Beacon Hill111[40]
Belrose21
Coal and Candle21 [41]
Cottage Point1 1
Davidson1111 [42]
Duffys Forest111
Ingleside111
Scotland Island1 11 Fireboat
Terrey Hills111
Tumbledown Dick111 [43]
Warringah Headquarters 1 2 1 1 x12 Logistics/Support Vehicles

x10 Trailers

(Cat 6 & Cat 13 Bulk Water)
West Pittwater21x2 Fireboats7A PC & 15 at Elvina

7B at Lovett[44]

Rural and regional New South Wales

Bland Temora Zone

Located in part of the South West Slopes and centred on the regional town of West Wyalong, spanning the Bland and Temora local government areas, the NSW RFS has the following brigades in the Bland Temora Zone,[45] and with the following vehicles:

Local
government
area
Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
BlandAlleena
Back Creek
Barmedman
Bland Creek
Clear Ridge
Calleen / Girral
Gubbata
Kildary
Mallee Plains
Mandamah
Mildil
Mirrool
Naradhan
Sandy Creek
Tallimba
Thulloo
Ungarie
Weethalle
West Wyalong
Winnunga
Yalgogrin
Yiddah
TemoraAriah Park
Blow Clear / Wamboyne
Combaning South
Kikiora / Anona
Mimosa
Morangarell
Narraburra
Pinnacle
Quandary / Pucawan
Springdale
Tara / Bectric
Thanowring

Canobolas Zone

Located in the area surrounding Mount Canobolas and centred on the major city of Orange, spanning the Blayney, Cabonne, Cowra, and Orange City local government areas, the NSW RFS has the following brigades in the Canobolas Zone within an area of 10,636 square kilometres (4,107 sq mi),[46] and with the following vehicles:

Local
government
area
Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
BlayneyBarry / Hobbys Yards11[47]
Blayney111
Carcoar11
Kings Plains2
Lyndhurst11
Mandurama12
Millthorpe11
Neville21
Newbridge11
Panura / Burnt Yards11
Tallwood11
CabonneBaldry
Bocobra
Boomey
Borenore
Bowan Park
Byng Emu Swamp
Canobolas
Cargo
Cheesemans Creek
Cudal
Cumnock
Eugowra
Eulimore
Gamboola
Garra
Gregra
Gumble
Lidster
Lockwood
Mandageryy
Manildra
March
Mogong
Molong
Moorbel
Mt Pleasant
Mullion Creek
Murga
Nashdale
North Bangaroo
Nyrang Creek
Orange Molong Road
Red Hill
The Ponds
Toogong
Trajere
Washpen
Yeoval
CowraBack Creek
Barryrenie
Billimari
Chaucer
Darbys Falls
Gap
Gooloogong
Holmwood
Kangarooby
Koorawatha Rural
Merriganowry
Milburn Creek
Morongla / Cucumgilliga
Mt McDonald
Nargong
Neila
Porters Mount
Rivers
Torrington
Walli / Islands
Warwick / Glenlogan
Wattamondara
Waugoola
Woodstock
Wyangala
Orange CityCanobolas Support
Clifton Grove / Ophir1 2 1
Lucknow / Summer Hill Creek
North West (Orange)1 1 1 1 Cat 1 Village setup

CABA equipped

(2 Sets)

Cat 2 Village setup.

CABA Equipped

(4 Sets)

Orange1
Spring Hill / Huntley
Springside2

Central Coast district

Located in the Central Coast region of New South Wales, within the Central Coast and Lake Macquarie local government areas, the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in the Central Coast district, covering an area of 1,029 square kilometres (397 sq mi),[48] with the following vehicles:

Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other vehicles
(as specified)
Avoca Beach1[49]
Awaba11
Berkeley Vale11
Brisbane Waters11Fireboat
Calga / Mount White11
Cameron Park111[50]
Charmhaven111
Tuggerah11
Cooranbong11
Copacabana111
Dooralong11
Dora Creek111
Empire Bay11
Gosford Bulk Water3Located at Kariong
Gwandalan111
Kariong21[51]
Killcare / Wagstaffe111[52]
Killingworth11
Kulnura11
Lake Munmorah111
Macmasters Beach11
Mandalong11
Mangrove Mountain11
Mannering Park11
Martinsville11[53]
Matcham / Holgate11
Mooney Mooney1Fireboat
Narara2
Ourimbah11
Patonga Beach11Fireboat
Pearl Beach11
Peninsula11[54]
The Bays11
Seahampton11[55]
Somersby11
Spencer11
Wadalba11
Wakefield11
Wallarah21111A & 9 at Murrays Beach

1B & 13 at Catherine Hill Bay

11 & 7 at Nords Wharf

Wamberal11
Warnervale11
Wendoree Park11
Wyee Point11
Wyee11
Wyong Operational Support1
Yarramalong111

Cudgegong district

Located in the district surrounding Mudgee and within the Mid-Western Regional Council local government area and covering an area of 9,595 square kilometres (3,705 sq mi),[56] the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in the Cudgegong district, with the following vehicles:

Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
Birriwa
Bylong
Cainbil  Bungaba
Clandulla
Communications
Cooks Gap
Cooyal
Crudine
Goolma
Grattai
Gulgong131 1[57]
Hargraves
Ilford / Running Stream1 1
Lawson121Aviation Trailer
Lue / Havilah
Mudgee21 111
Mullamuddy
Munmurra
Olinda
Piambong22
Pyramul
Rylstone
Two Mile
Windeyer
Wollar
Yarrabin

Far South Coast district

Located in the South Coast region of New South Wales, spanning the Bega Valley and Eurobodalla local government areas, the NSW RFS has the following brigades in the Far South Coast Team, and with the following vehicles:

Local
government
area
Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
Bega ValleyAngledale / Stony Creek11
Bega HQ11
Bemboka111
Bermagui111
Brogo111
Buckajo / Springvale1
Burragate11
Candelo111
Cobargo11
Eden111
Jellat Jellat12
Kiah1
Merimbula11
Nethercote11[58]
Numbugga11
Pambula111
Quaama21
Rocky Hall11
Tanja11
Tarraganda1
Tathra1[59]
Towamba11
Wolumla21
Wonboyn111
Wyndham112
EurobodallaBatemans Bay111
Belowra1
Bingie111
Bodalla1
Broulee21
Central Tilba11
Dalmeny / Kianga1111
Deua River1
Durras South11
Long Beach11
Malua Bay11
Mogendoura1
Mogo11
Moruya111
Narooma11
Nelligen11
Nerrigundah11
Potato Point11
Runnyford1
Surf Beach111
Tinpot1
Tuross Head11

Illawarra zone

Located in the Illawarra district surrounding the greater Wollongong area and within the Kiama, Shellharbour and Wollongong local government areas, the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in the Illawarra zone, with the following vehicles:

Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category 1
(Heavy tanker)
Category 2
(Medium tanker)
Category 3
(Heavy tanker)
Category 4
(Medium tanker)
Categories 5 & 6
(Super tanker)
Categories 7 & 8
(Light tanker)
Personnel
carrier(s)
Other vehicles
(as specified)
Albion Park21
  • Pumper (4x2)
Austinmer111
Bulli211
  • Category 17
  • Bulk Water
Calderwood11
Communications
  • Outside communications vehicle
Dapto211
Darkes Forest111
Dunmore111
Farmborough Heights21
Foxground111
Gerringong11
  • Pumper
Helensburgh21
Illawarra Cadet Brigade
Illawarra Community Safety Brigade1
Illawarra Support Brigade112
Jamberoo11
  • Category 9
  • Pumper
Mount Keira111
Mount Kembla11
  • Category 9
Oak Flats111
Otford111
Stanwell Park111

Lake George zone

Located in the zone surrounding Lake George and within the Queanbeyan–Palerang local government area, the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in the Lake George zone, with the following vehicles:

Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
Araluen
Bombay
Boro / Mount Fairy
Braidwood
Bungendore[60]
Burra
Captains Flat11 1 [61]
Charleyong
Farringdon
Hoskingtown / Rossi11
Krawaree
Jerrabomberra Creek12 [62]
Majors Creek
Mongarlowe
Mulloon
Neriga
Operations Support Group
Queanbeyan121[63]
Ridgeway2
Stoney Creek12[64]
Taylors Creek
Wamboin221 1[65]

Lithgow district

Located in the district surrounding the Lithgow local government area, the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in this district, with the following vehicles:

Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
Capertee
Clarence / Dargan11 1
Cullen Bullen
Glen Alice
Lowther / Hampton
Marrangaroo
Portland
Rydal111
South Bowenfels
Sunny Corner / Meadow Flat111
Tarana
Wallerawang

Lower Hunter Zone

Located in part of the Hunter Region and within the Cessnock, Dungog, Maitland, and Port Stephens local government areas, the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in the Lower Hunter zone, with the following vehicles:

Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other vehicles
(as specified)
Anna Bay111
Bendolba11
Benwerrin11
Bolwarra-Largs111
Bowthorne-Hinton11
Bucketty11
Central (Cessnock)11
Clarence Town11CFR Vehicle (Medical Response)
Dungog11
Duns Creek1
East Maitland1111
Eccleston
Fingal Bay11
Flat Tops1
Gresford111
Greta111
Karuah1
Kearsley1
Laguna21
Lochinvar12
Maitland Vale11
Martins Creek2
Medowie111
Millfield1
Mulbring111
Neath11
North Rothbury11
Paterson111
Pokolbin11
Quorrobolong11
Raymond Terrace11
Rothbury11
Salt Ash111
Seaham11
Soldiers Point111Fireboat
Thornton111
Tilligerry121
Vacy21
Wallarobba2
Wollombi21

MIA district

Located in the Riverina region in southern New South Wales, spanning the Carrathool, Griffith, Hay, Leeton, Murrumbidgee, and Narrandera local government areas, the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area or MIA district,[66] with the following vehicles:

Local
government
area
Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
CarrathoolBallandry
Benerembah
Boorga
Bringagee
Bunda North
Camp Plain
Carrathool Town
Conapaira West
Coonara / Groongal
Corynnia
Erigolia
Goolgowi District
Gunbar
Hillston
Hillston Strategic
Long Plain
Melbergen / Monia Gap
GriffithBeelbangera
Bilbul
Hanwood
Kooba
MIA Operational Support Group
Myall Park
Warburn
Warrawidgee
Widgelli / Wumbulgal
Wyangan
HayArea A
Area B
Area C
Area D
Area E
Booligal
Hay Headquarters
Maude
LeetonEuroley / Leeton
Fivebough / Stony Point
Gogeldrie
Murrami
Whitton
Yanco / Wamoon
MurrumbidgeeBoyd
Cararbury
Coleambally
Darlington Point
Gidgell
Gundaline
Maley
Tubbo
NarranderaBarellan
Binya / Narrandera
Birrego / Faithfull
Brobenah
Colinroobie
Corobimilla
Gillenbah
Grong Grong
Kamarah
Landervale
Midgeon
Moombooldool
Paynters Siding
Sandigo

Mid Lachlan Valley Team

Located in the central west region of New South Wales, spanning the Forbes, Lachlan, Parkes, and Weddin local government areas, the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in the Mid Lachlan Valley Team, comprising 29,058 square kilometres (11,219 sq mi),[67] with the following vehicles:

Local
government
area
Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
ForbesBack Yamma
Bandon
Bedgerebong
Bundaburrah
Carrawobitty
Cookamidgera
Corinella
Cumbijowa
Eugowra North
Forbes – Central
Garema
Grawlin
Gunning Gap
Jemalong
Lake
Monwonga
Mulyandry
Nanima
Ooma – North
Ootha
Vychan
Warroo
Weelong
Wirrinya
Yarragong - Forbes
LachlanAlbert
Avondale
Baratta
Boona – Lachlan
Borambil
Brewer / Bootoowa
Bumbaldry
Burcher
Burgooney
Condobolin HQ
Curlew
Curriba
Derriwong
Fairholme
Fifield
Jumble Springs
Kelvin Grove
Lachlan Communications Branch
Lake Cargelligo
Manna Mount
Melrose Plains
Mineral Hill
Mogandale
Myamley
South Gipps
Top Woodlands
Tottenham
Triangle
Tullibigeal
Vermont Hill North
Vermont Hill South
Wallaroi
Weja
West Milby
Yaddra
Yambora
Yarnel
Yelkin
ParkesAlagala Road
Alectown
Backwater / Parkes
Blowclear / Parkes
Bogan Gate South
Bogan Gate Village
Bruie Plains
Coobang
Coradgery
Gunningbland
Mickibri
Monomie
Ormond / Mungery
Parkes East
Parkes Headquarters
Parkes West
Peak Hill
Sandy Creek / Parkes
The Troffs
Tichborne
Trundle Village
Tullamore
Waratah
WeddinBimbi
Bogolong / Eualdrie
Brundah
Caragabal
Emu Creek
Glenelg
Greenethorpe
Piney Range
Pullabooka
Quandialla
Warraderry
Weddin Headquarters
West Wirrinya

Mid Murray Zone

Located in the southern Riverina region of New South Wales, spanning the Edward River, Murray River, and parts of the Murrumbidgee local government areas, the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in the Mid Murray Zone, comprising 25,000 square kilometres (9,700 sq mi),[68] with the following vehicles:

Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5 & 6

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
Argoon
Barham
Birganbigil
Blighty
Bolton
Booroobanilly
Booroorban
Brassi
Bullatale
Bunnaloo
Cadell
Caldwell
Conargo
Coree South
Deniliquin
Denimein
Dhuragoon
Emery
Gonn-Mellool
Goodnight
Goolgumbla
Hill Plain
Jerilderie
Koraleigh
Kyalite
Mairjimmy
Mallan
Mathoura
Mayrung
Moama
Moulamein
Murray Downs
Myrtle Park
Noorong
Nyora
Pine Lea
Rangemore
Tantonan
Thyra
Tooleybuc
Tullakool
Tuppal
Wakool
Wandook
Wanganella
West Windouran
Womboota
Yamma
Yanga
Yooroobla

Monaro Team

Located in the Monaro region of New South Wales, spanning the Bombala, Cooma-Monaro, and Snowy River local government areas, the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in the Monaro Team,[69] with the following vehicles:

Local
government
area
Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11 (Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
BombalaAndo
Bombala
Bungarby
Cathcart
Craigie
Creewah
Corrowong
Delegate
Mila
Cooma-MonaroAnembo
Bredbo
Colinton
Cooma
Jerangle
Michelago
Nimmitabel
Numeralla / Countegany
Peak View
Shannons Flat / Yaouk
Smith's Road
Snowy RiverAdaminaby
Anglers Reach
Berridale
Brothers
Dalgety
Dry Plain
Ingebyra

Snowy River district

  • Adaminaby
  • Anglers Reach
  • Berridale
  • Brothers
  • Dalgety
  • Dry Plain
  • Ingebyra

Orana Team

Located in the central west and Orana regions of New South Wales, spanning the Dubbo, Narromine, and Wellington local government areas, the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in the Orana Team, comprising 12,803 square kilometres (4,943 sq mi),[70] with the following vehicles:

Local
government
area
Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
DubboBallimore
Benalong
Boothenba
Burrabadine
Cumboogle
Emmagool
Eschol
Eulomogo
Eumungerie11Category 17
Orana Communications
Dubbo HQ
Minore
Mogriguy
Mountain CreekDubbo
Terramungamine
Wongarbon
NarromineBogan Gate
Boggy Plains
Brennans
Bundemar
Burroway
Corry
Euromedah
Fairview
Frost
Mungeribar
MungeryNarromine
Narromine Shire
Narwonah
North West – Narromine
Spring Creek – Narromine
Timbrebongie
Tomingley
Trangie Township
Tyrie
Waterloo
Webbs Siding
Weemabah
Widgeree
WellingtonArthurville
Bodangora
Bournewood
Comobella
Cundumbul
Curra Creek
Dripstone
Elong Elong
Euchareena
Eurimbla
Geurie
Gollan
Maryvale
Mt Arthur
Mumbil
Neurea
Ponto
Spicers Creek
Stuart Town
Walmer
Wuuluman

Riverina Zone

Located in the Riverina region of New South Wales, spanning the Coolamon, Junee, Lockhart, Urana, and the Wagga Wagga local government areas, the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in the Riverina Zone, with the following vehicles:

Local
government
area
Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
CoolamonArdlethan11[71]
Beckom1[72]
Berry Jerry North1[73]
Coolamon1[74]
Cowabbie1[75]
Ganmain111[76]
Marrar2[77]
Marrarvale1[78]
Matong11[79]
Methul1[80]
Murrulebale1[81]
Rannock11[82]
Walleroobie[83]
JuneeBethungra12[84]
Dirnaseer2[85]
Erin Vale1[86]
Eurongilly1[87]
Harefield1[88]
Illabo11[89]
Junee112 [90]
Junee Reefs1[91]
Marinna[92]
Old Junee[93]
Wantabadgery12[94]
Wantiool1[95]
Yathella1[96]
LockhartBidgeemia[97]
Brookong[98]
Fargunyah[99]
Lockhart Central[100]
Milbrulong2[101]
Munyabla[102]
Osborne[103]
Pleasant Hills[104]
The Rock2[105]
Urangeline[106]
West Brookong1[107]
Yerong Creek2[108]
UranaBoree Creek[109]
Cullivel[110]
Morundah[111]
Oaklands1[112]
Rand[113]
Urana2[114]
Widgewia[115]
Yuluma[116]
Wagga WaggaBig Springs2[117]
Book Book3[118]
Borambola21[119]
Brookdale[120]
Brucedale1[121]
Collingullie[122]
Currawarna3[123]
Downside2
Euberta[124]
Eunony[125]
Forest Hill11[126]
Galore[127]
Glenfield11 1[128]
Humula1[129]
Kockibitoo[130]
Ladysmith2[131]
Lake Albertf2[132]
Mangain2[133]
Mangoplah2[134]
Maxwell[135]
Oberne Creek[136]
Oura1[137]
Pulletop2[138]
Tarcutta211[139]
The Gap[140]
Tooyal1[141]
Umbango / Oberne[142]
Uranquinty[143]
Yarragundry2[144]

Shoalhaven district

Located in the district surrounding Berry, within the Shoalhaven local government area and the Jervis Bay Territory, the NSW RFS has the following brigades situated in the Shoalhaven stand-alone district with an area of 4,660 square kilometres (1,800 sq mi),[145] with the following vehicles:

Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
Basin View1 1
Bawley Point11
Beaumont1
Broughton Vale / Berry11
Callala Bay11
Callala Beach1
Cambewarra111
Christians Minde, Jervis Bay Territory
Conjola
Crossroads111
Cudmirrah / Berrara
Culburra111
Currarong111
Depot Beach
Falls Creek11
Fishermans Paradise
Greenwell Point11
Huskisson1 1
West Nowra1111
Kangaroo Valley12[146]
Kioloa
Manyana
Milton11[147]
Shoalhaven Heads1 11
St Georges Basin1111
Sussex Inlet111[148]
Tabourie
Tomerong1
Wandandian
Wreck Bay, Jervis Bay Territory11

Southern Highlands team

Located in the Southern Highlands district, spanning the Wingecarribee and Wollondilly local government areas, the NSW RFS has the following brigades comprised in the Southern Highlands team with an area of 525,700 hectares (1,299,000 acres),[149] with the following vehicles:

Local
government
area
Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
WingecarribeeAlpine11[150]
Avoca1
Balmoral11
Berrima11
Bundanoon11
Burrawang1[151]
Canyonleigh111[152]
Colo Vale11 1
Exeter11
Hill Top11
Mandemar111[153]
Mittagong111[154]
Moss Vale11
Penrose11[155]
Robertson111[156]
Wingello111
Wollondilly11
Woodlands11
Yerrinbool11
Wingecarribee Fire Control Centre1
  • Caterory 12 (bus)
  • Category 17
  • Bulk water carrier
WollondillyAppin111
Bargo111e
Buxton11
Cawdor11
Douglas Park11
Lakesland111BBQ Trailer
Menangle11
Mount Hunter11
Oakdale11
Orangeville / Werombi11
Pheasants Nest11
Picton11
Silverdale11
Tahmoor11
The Oaks11
Theresa Park11
Thirlmere11
Wilton11
Yanderra1
Wollondilly Communications
  • Forward Control Unit
Wollondilly Fire Control Centre1
  • Category 12 (bus)
Wollondilly Operational Support
  • Welfare Support
  • Category 17
  • Pumping Trailer
  • Lighting Unit

Southern Tablelands Zone

Located in the Southern Highlands district, spanning the Goulburn Mulwaree, Upper Lachlan and Yass Valley local government areas, the NSW RFS has the following brigades comprised in the Southern Tablelands Zone, with the following vehicles:

Local
government
area
Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
Goulburn MulwareeBungonia
Currawang
Goulburn Mulwaree Support21
Gundary
Marulan
Middle Arm
Parkesbourne
Pomeroy
Tallong
Tarago11[157]
Tarlo
Towrang
Windellama1121[158]
Upper LachlanGunning Fish-River111
Yass ValleyBack Creek
Bango
Bellmount Forrest
Binalong
Bookham
Bowning
Cavan
Fairlight
Goodhope
Gundaroo
Jeir
Kangiara
Manton
Mullion
Murrumbateman
Springfield
Sutton
Wallaroo
Wee Jasper
Yass River / Nanima111
Yass Support

South West Slopes

Located in the South West Slopes district, spanning the Boorowa, Cootamundra, Harden, and Young local government areas, the NSW RFS has the following brigades,[159] with the following vehicles:

Local
government
area
Brigade Firefighting and support vehiclesa Notes
Category

1 & 3

(Heavy Tankers)

Category

2 & 4

(Medium Tankers)

Category

5, 6 & 13

(Bulk Tankers)

Category

7 & 8

(Light Tankers)

Category

9

(Strikers)

Category

10 & 11

(Pumpers)

Category

12

(Personnel Carriers)

Other Vehicles
(as specified)
BoorowaBoorowa North
Boorowa  Hughstonia
Boorowa Support
Frogmore
Godfreys Creek
Graham
Gunnary
Kenyu Goba Creek
Reids Flat
Rugby
Rye Park
Taylors Flat
CootamundraBrawlin
Cooneys Creek
Cootamundra HQ
Cootamundra Aviation Support
Cullinga
Dudauman
Frampton
Stockinbingal Rural
Stockinbingal Town
Wallendbeen
Yannawah
HardenBarwang
Beggan Beggan
Berremangra
Cunningar
Demondrille
Galong
Jugiong
Kingsvale
Mcmahons Reef
Nubba
South West Group Comms Unit
Wombat
YoungBendick Murrell
Boara
Bribbaree
Clover Hill
Crowther
Koorawatha
Maimuru
Memagong
Milvale
Monteagle
Murringo
Thuddungra
Tubbul
Wambanumba
Wootoona
Young

Notes

^a : Refer to the equipment list of the NSW Rural Fire Service for a detailed explanation of vehicle categories.
^b : Previously known as Rooty Hill.
^c : One of only a few fireboat brigades in New South Wales.
^d : Previously known as Liverpool Brigade HQ.
^e : Named "Betty" in memory of Betty Brown, whose husband donated the PC in her memory.
^f : The Lake Albert brigade is the second oldest brigade in New South Wales.[132]

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