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Batemans Bay Volunteer Rural Fire Brigade is in the shire of Eurobodalla on the South Coast
The Batemans Bay brigade was established in 1954, and has a distinguished record in fire fighting, attendance at motor vehicle accidents and protecting our local community; the brigade has attended many major fires throughout NSW and has been deployed to assist with fires in Victoria in 2009 Black Saturday fires and 2003 fire in the ACT.
Batemans Bay Volunteer Rural Fire Service
As with all RFS Brigades our members are all volunteers, contributing their time in numerous roles either fire fighting or administrative.
The Batemans Bay Brigade is kept busy attending motor vehicle accidents on the Kings Highway and the Princes Highway and assisting with fighting fires and advising the local community about fire safety.
We are always ready to welcome more volunteers to join our brigade; not everyone wants to fight fires, but there are a number of other important roles for those who do not wish to be on the front line, for example positions such as President, Treasurer, Secretary, Communications, Maintenance and Community Engagement activities.
To serve, protect and assist our local community
WE ARE ALWAYS READY TO ACCEPT MORE VOLUNTEERS