Volunteer Yearbook 2017 - Welcome to the CFS Volunteer Yearbook 2017. News from around the regions, State Headquarters as well as awards and memorials from the past year.
Volunteer Yearbook 2016 - Welcome to the CFS Volunteer Yearbook 2016, inside there is news from around the regions, State Headquarters as well as awards and memorials from the past year.
Welcome to the Annual Volunteer Yearbook for 2015. Inside you'll read about many of the wonderful achievements CFS has made in the past year, as well as volunteer profiles and features of some of our dedicated staff who are set to retire.
Volunteer Yearbook is an annual publication that captures significant CFS activities and incidents from the past 12 months
During this summer, record extreme-temperatures in outback Australia have led to destructive bushfires in New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania. Just weeks later communities in Queensland and New South Wales experienced record floods from ex Tropical Cyclone Oswald. CFS immediately offered resources to assist those affected States.
Fire safety precautions for winter and spring; "Lessons Learned": The development of a national management system; Crews praoised for their efforts as Wirrabara fire contained in the southern Flinders
CFS Fact sheets
CFS Map books
The CFS, in partnership with the Department for Environment Water (DEW), has published a series of high quality map books covering most of South Australia.
There are presently 7 map books in the series covering the:
- Lower South East
- Riverland and Murray Mallee
- Kangaroo Island
- Mount Lofty Ranges
- Yorke Peninsula and Mid North
- Southern Flinders Ranges
- Eyre Peninsula and West Coast.
The Emergency Services Map books are available through Mapland and other retail outlets:
- Call Mapland on (08) 8463 3999
- email DEW.CustomerServiceCentre@sa.gov.au
- visit www.environment.sa.gov.au/Do_it_online/Mapland/Store_and_resellers