NSW RURAL FIRE SERVICE

Warringah Pittwater District

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The Warringah Pittwater District is part of the New South Wales Rural Fire Service, which is an organisation consisting of approximately 69,000 volunteers and career personnel who provide protection from structure, bush and other fires within Rural Fire Districts within the state of NSW.

Locally our 1200 volunteers provide this service through effective Operations, Risk Management, Community Safety, Education and Learning & Development activities.

All of the Brigades and members within the Warringah Pittwater District are committed to their role in ensuring the ongoing protection of life and property from fire and other emergencies and to assist other Emergency Services when required.

The members of our 17 Brigades live within the community and give freely of their time to provide a service to the people of the Warringah and Pittwater area as well as to other communities within New South Wales and other States as requested. For more information on each brigade click here

The Warringah Pittwater Rural Fire Service has continued to be a leader in bushfire suppression, hazard management and training which reflects our ongoing commitment to the community.

It is with pleasure that we welcome you to our home on the Internet. 

Superintendent
Craig Geddes
District Manager

 

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