CFS Bushfire Information Hotline
1300 362 361TTY:133 677

Warnings and incidents

SA Country Fire Service (CFS) responds to a range of incidents across South Australia. Our daily/going incidents are listed below.

This information is updated every 5 minutes, and updated daily at midnight with only the Going incidents remaining on the table from previous days.  You will need to refresh this page to reflect updated changes.  Press F5 or your browsers refresh/reload button to refresh this page.

You can sort the table by Date, Location, Region, Type, Status and Level, by clicking on those headings.

Incident Definitions:  Date | Time | Message | Location/Incident Name | Region | TypeStatusLevel

A Controlled Burn off is an intentionally ignited fire contained within a designated area. They are generally conducted during the cooler months to reduce fuel build-up and decrease the likelihood of serious hotter fires or reduction of stubble as part of  farming practices.  Controlled Burn Offs may be carried out by individuals with appropriate local council permits, Forestry SA, DEWNR, Natural Resource Management Boards and CFS.

There may be Controlled Burn Offs of which CFS is unaware.  Please call the Bushfire Information Hotline on 1300 362 361 for more information. If at any time you see an unattended fire, please report it by dialling 000.

 

Map View Legend - Bushife : GoingMap View Legend - Bushfire : SafeMap View Legend - Bushfire : CompleteMap View Legend - Other : GoingMap View Legend - Other : SafeMap View Legend - Other : Complete
Alert : Advice. A fire has started - there is no immediate danger; general information to keep you up to date with developments.Alert : Watch and Act. A fire is approaching you, conditions are changing; you need to take action now to protect your life and your family.Alert : Emergency Warning. You are in danger and you need to take action immediately. You will be impacted by fire. This message will usually be preceded by the Standard Emergency Warning Signal (SEWS)Table View Legend - Status : GoingTable View Legend - Status : SafeTable View Legend - Status : Complete

 

DateTimeMessageLocation NameRegionTypeStatusLevelResourcesAircraftShow on Map
22/05/201521:45BARRIER HWY, RIVERTON2Helicopter LandingGOING110
22/05/201521:38BARRIER HIGHWAY
RIVERTON
2Vehicle AccidentGOING140
22/05/201519:25THE PARADE STREET
BROWNLOW KI
1COMPLETE100
22/05/201519:17HARRIS RD/PORT WAKEFIELD HWY
DUBLIN
2Vehicle AccidentCOMPLETE100
22/05/201518:07UNNAMED
ANAGU PITJANTJATARA YANKUNYTJATARA
4Building FireCOMPLETE100
22/05/201517:22HOSKING AVENUE
MOUNT GAMBIER
MFSGrass and Stubble FireCOMPLETE100
22/05/201517:14ARDEN VALE ROAD
QUORN
4Investigate SmokeCOMPLETE100
22/05/201516:55GWY TERRACE
BALAKLAVA
2Private AlarmCOMPLETE100
22/05/201516:0429 BANFIELD ROAD
GOOLWA NORTH
1Rubbish FireCOMPLETE100
22/05/201515:36STRATHALBYN ROAD
ALDGATE
1Tree DownCOMPLETE100
22/05/201514:41STURT HIGHWAY
PARINGA
3Vehicle AccidentCOMPLETE100
22/05/201513:54PARK ROAD
BUCKLAND PARK
2Rubbish FireCOMPLETE110
22/05/201513:32MINNIS ROAD
MONASH
3OtherCOMPLETE100
22/05/201505:18CUDLEE CREEK ROAD
CUDLEE CREEK
1Vehicle AccidentCOMPLETE100

Prescribed Burns

Start Date/TimeEnd Date/TimeStreet NoStreet NameSuburb/Town/LocalityBurn TypeConducted ByShow on Map
May 20 2015 09:00 AMMay 24 2015 06:00 PM FOREST , RANGE & SPRINGS RDSSECOND VALLEY (PARAWA)VegetationForestrySA 
May 20 2015 10:30 AMMay 24 2015 06:00 PM BROWNES & HEGGIES RANGE RDSMT CRAWFORD FOREST (PEWSEY VALE)VegetationForestrySA 

Current Incidents Map

CFS has updated this current incident map to  provide you with extra layers and functionality - available via a drop-down menu at the top right.  Here, you can turn layers on and off to suit your requirements.

The SA Country Fire Service does not guarantee that this map is without flaw of any kind and disclaims all liability for any errors, loss or other consequence which may arise from relying on any information depicted.  Roads and tracks visible on this map may contain unmarked hazards and their surface condition is variable. Exercise caution and drive to conditions on all roads.