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Thinking ahead about what you will do in the event of an emergency is crucial.


By planning ahead you will be better able to make important decisions and these can be shared with those close to you.  

Prepare for an Emergency

For support and assistance to prepare for emergencies, please see the following:

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 NSW RFS - Bush Fire Survival Plan - Outlines four simple steps to prepare for a bushfire.  
 Also available as My Fire Plan app which can be downloaded from Google Play or the App Store

Red Cros RediPlan


Red Cross RediPlanA free disaster preparedness guide that shows you and your family how to create a personalised emergency plan 


ABC Emergency


ABC Emergency Get ready and survive: Plan for an emergency - Learn what you and your family need to do to prepare for different hazards 

5 Points for Seniors coverKey Points for Seniors to Prepare for an Emergency

Click here to see upcoming Activities and Events to assist local residents to prepare for emergencies

 Where to get information in an emergency:

In case of emergency call Triple Zero (000) for Police, Fire or Ambulance.

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The Useful Information for Emergencies Info Kit below provides information and key contact details for local and state-wide services available to assist residents in an emergency including contacts for key emergency services, transport options, managing animals, local utilities, health services, safer places and evacuation centres, and where/how to get the latest emergency information.

Printing of this resource has been generously funded by Panthers Glenbrook through the 2016 Blue Mountains ClubGRANTS Program.


Depending on the emergency, the following key emergency and transport services, which are listed in the Info Kit, may provide updates.