Monday, 30 September 2013


Another Total Fire Ban from midnight tonight [Monday] and SEVERE Fire Danger for Tuesday

Friday, 27 September 2013

TOBAN & SEVERE Fire Danger for Saturday

A TOBAN and SEVERE FIRE DANGER has been advised for Saturday 28th. Please note the Total Fire Ban is in force for 24 hours from midnight tonight [Friday night].

Wednesday, 25 September 2013


An EXTREME fire danger has been posted for tomorrow, Thursday, along with a 24hour TOTAL FIRE BAN from midnight tonight. Residents are urged to review their Bushfire Survival Plan in advance of tomorrow's extreme
weather. Brigade will be on stand-by and will be carrying out local patrols in the day.

Monday, 23 September 2013


Please be advised that due to SEVERE FIRE DANGER advised for tomorrow, a TOTAL FIRE BAN will
be in place for 24 hours from midnight tonight.

Tuesday, 17 September 2013

Open Day at Bucketty & District Rural Fire Station

9 a.m. - 2 p.m. | 28 September

Father Graham Jackson blesses the Group 8 Fire Fleet in 2012
Bucketty and District Rural Fire Brigade invites residents and guests to stop by the station on Saturday, 28 Sep. for a chat plus free tea, coffee and sausage sizzle and with local fire fighting volunteers.
"Firies" will demonstrate fire fighting techniques and brigade members will be available to discuss fire permits, bushfire survival plans and how to prepare your property for the upcoming fire season.
Come along to learn how to join and/or support the brigade.
With fire season commencing 1 Oct., Open Day provides the community with a chance to meet the volunteers who may one day help save local lives and property.
At 3 p.m. the annual Blessing of the Fire Fleet will take place at Laguna Rural Fire Station, led by Father Graham Jackson, RFS Fire Chaplain.

For more information, please visit, look for us on Facebook, or call Kerry on (02) 4998-8343.  And please feel forward this info on to your neigbours!

Wednesday, 11 September 2013

A busy day out for all

Multiple fires around our local area yesterday with Bucketty 1 & 9 responding first to Wollombi to the Pony Club fire and then Bucketty 1 heading over to Blaxland Arm Road to another fire threatening property there.

Great work by all crews on the various fires around the place with Bucketty 9 & crew out on Pony Club in some pretty extreme country and Bucketty 1 & Crew on Blaxlands Fire along with our Group Captains.

Some truly excellent firefighting ensued and great to work side by side with our brothers and sisters from Group 8 as well as friends from Louth Park and Pokolbin Brigades. Plus big-ups to Ben from Bucketty Brigade on B1 for his first wildfire - well done all, top work.