In a bushfire emergency, NSW Department of Primary Industries supports the NSW Rural Fire Service to:
- Assist primary producers, animal holding establishments and the community to be prepared for bushfires;
- Coordinate rescue, evacuation and emergency care for animals;
- Coordinate assessment, humane destruction and disposal of affected animals; and
- Support recovery arrangements including providing impact damage assessments and contributing to recovery centres and committees.
Being prepared is a key to minimising the impacts of fire on your property, your family and your animals.
Preparedness and risk management
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Pasture and weeds
Natural Disaster Financial Relief
Our role in animal welfare during bushfire emergencies
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Related web links
NSW Rural Fire Service
Information on firebans and bushfires in NSW.
NSW Food Authority
Advice on food safety during power outages and bushfire or flood emergency situations.
Ministry for Police and Emergency ServicesThis is the public emergency information website of the NSW Government. The website provides information about preparing for, dealing with and recovering from an emergency situation.