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Queensland Rural Fire Service

There is no urban fire service coverage of rural, semi-rural and some urban fringe areas. The Rural Fire Service, made up of 34 000 volunteers (1450 rural fire brigades) and 2400 fire wardens, and is the volunteer side of the Queensland Fire and Rescue Service. It is these volunteers who provide fire services to 93% of Queensland. The RFS is more than fighting fires.

Getting Involved

The Rural Fire Service needs all types of people, with a wide range of skills to help keep your community safe. There are a number of roles in the Rural Fire Service. These include firefighting, community education, fundraising, administration and more.

As a member of a rural fire brigade you have the opportunity to not only help protect your community, you will also meet great people and make new friends, become part of a team and learn a range of new skills through the wide variety of training available to you.

For more information, please visit our website www.ruralfire.qld.gov.au

More Information: http://www.ruralfire.qld.gov.au/volunteering

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