Watch these important messages with essential facts around fire safety and preparedness that could save you and your family's lives this summer.
Bushfire Safer Places
Knowing where your nearest Safer Place and Last Resort Refuge are should be a part of everyone’s Bushfire Survival Planning.
Do your 5 Min Bushfire Plan TODAY
Making a choice when a bushfire threatens is too late. The majority of people in bushfires die fleeing their homes at the last moment. Don't wait 'til the last moment, create your 5 Minute Plan now.
Create your own Bushfire Plan, in 3 easy steps
Making a choice when a bushfire threatens is just too late. The majority of people in bushfires die fleeing their homes at the last moment. Don't wait until the last moment, create your 5 Minute Plan now.
Farm Fire Units
Members of the rural community in South Australia attend fires with their own equipment to protect their property and others. We recognise that in many parts of South Australia, farm fire units are an essential part of the community's response to fire.
Understanding fire danger in the Adelaide Hills
If you live in the Adelaide Hills or on the outer edge of Adelaide, you are at bushfire risk. For you, your family and your community's sake it is critical you acknowledge that risk and take the appropriate action to be bushfire ready.
Know you are at risk
Ray Goodes and Ray Cutting have messages and advice that anyone travelling, living, visiting or working in a bushfire risk area will only benefit from.
Bushfire fact - Travelling
If you travel in the country you need to think about bushfire safety.
Bushfire fact - Survival Plan
Having a plan gives you a better chance of surviving a fire.
Preparing for a bushfire
Knowing what you need to do to prepare your home and property for bushfire is essential for the safety of you and your family. Even if your plan is to leave well before a bushfire threatens you can never fully predict what may happen that prevents your leaving. To be forced to stay and defend when you have not prepared could well cost you your life.
Ian Hampels experience of the Pinery bushfire 2015
Ian Hampel lives in the State's mid-north and made the decision to stay and defend his property during the Pinery fire.
Bushfires will happen again - Lisa
Lisa faced one of the hardest decisions of her life to stay and defend her property, alone with her horses and the neighbours gone as the Sampson Flat Fire marched across the facing hillside.
Bushfires will happen again - Quentin
Quentin purchased his Hills property the week after Ash Wednesday in 1983. He's lived for 30 years with fire risk and urges everyone to recognise their risk and take responsibility.