Latest News

Filter latest news by

News listing

Badger Creek builds brigade membership

Over the past few years, Badger Creek Fire Brigade has successfully built its ranks from four to more than 20 firefighters with the hope they can continue to grow.

22 May 2024

Go to Badger Creek builds brigade membership

Shelley Burn Camp a great success

The Shelley Burn Camp in north-east Victoria is unique because it occurs in one of the highest locations in the state, and because it’s a collaborative training exercise between CFA and Hancock ...

21 May 2024

Go to Shelley Burn Camp a great success

Young trio paving the way for volunteerism in Lorne

Three young Lorne emergency services workers have been the catalyst for injecting youth into the local fire brigade over the past year, as five new recruits have followed in their footsteps.

20 May 2024

Go to Young trio paving the way for volunteerism in Lorne

All aboard for fire safety

Staff and participants at All Aboard disABILITY Support Services in Torquay have learned how to deal with fires in the workplace thanks to CFA’s Industry Fire Prevention team.

17 May 2024

Go to All aboard for fire safety

CFA assists in Lake Gorrie planned burn

On Sunday 13 May, CFA along with Forest Fire Management Victoria (FFMV) and the Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation, carried out a controlled burn at Lake Gorrie.

13 May 2024

Go to CFA assists in Lake Gorrie planned burn

Escaped burn-offs a timely reminder for landowners

Following a year that saw CFA volunteers respond to 815 incidents caused by escaped burn-offs, fire crews are urging landowners to take extra precautions before lighting up.

8 May 2024

Go to Escaped burn-offs a timely reminder for landowners