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The following list of web links to Tasmania Fire Service related sites are not intended to be comprehensive or exhaustive but are provided as examples of sites that may supply additional fire safety related information.


Bushfire & Natural Hazards CRC
Brings together all of Australia and New Zealand's fire and emergency service authorities with the leading experts across a range of scientific fields to explore the causes, consequences and mitigation of natural disasters.

Tasmania Fire Service Volunteer Fire Brigades
A list of state wide Volunteer Brigades with Facebook Pages and/or Websites.

Australasian Fire Authorities Council
AFAC is the peak body for Australasian fire, land management and emergency services, creating synergy across the industry.

Become an Emergency Volunteer

We are on the look out for people like you to join, learn, be ready.

Are you ready to become one of us?


TasFire Equipment (TFE) 
TFE specialises in the sale, maintenance and repair of portable fire protection equipment. TFE operates on a state-wide basis with offices located in Hobart, Launceston, Burnie and Devonport. 

State Fire Management Council
An independent body that has the responsibility of providing advice to the Minister and the State Fire Commission with the aim of enhancing the efficient and effective management of bushfire related risk in Tasmania in order to protect life, property and significant community values.


Tasmanian Councils

International Association of Public Participation

Tassie Fires We Can Help

Tas State Emergency Service

Australian Red Cross

Tasmania Police

Bushfire CRC

Emergency Management Australia

DPIPWE, Animals and Bushfire Planning

International Association of Wildland Fire 

Volunteering Tasmania

Bureau of Meterology

Tas Alert

Firestorm: The story of the bushfire at Dunalley

Catalyst - Special Edition - Don't Panic. Get prepared

Warrandyte Community Association

Bushfire Safety

Bushfire Research | CSIRO

Bushfire Plan - Department of Primary Industries, Parks Water and Environment

Climate Council