Waggrakine Volunteer Bushfire Brigade appliance in Norseman Western Australia March 2019

From far and wide: Geraldton crews back from Norseman

Despite the lack of coverage on metropolitan “mainstream” media, it’s been a very busy period for many of our incredible volunteer firefighters, their families and support networks. And from the many fine examples, we’ve chosen this post from the amazing women and men at the Waggrakine Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade in the City of Greater…

17 new Bush Fire Volunteers trained in south-west

Here’s yet another wonderful example of the immense commitment and comradery found among Western Australia’s amazing 26,000 Bush Fire Service Volunteers. As you can see in the post, 17 new Bush Fire Brigade Volunteers spent their weekend completing the Introduction to Firefighting course in Donnybrook. Let’s face it, in an era when volunteering in general…

Volunteers from 130km away join Yarloop VBFB to mark 3rd anniversary

As you can see from the post below, wonderful ladies and gentlemen from the Kalamunda Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade travelled to Yarloop on Tuesday to join their heroic colleagues from many other brigades across the south west to mark the third anniversary of the devastating Yarloop and Waroona fires in 2016. While the never-ending willingness…

“Mad Dogs” bring home Silver – in 3 firefighting events at the 2018 APESGames!

The Association of Volunteer Bush Fire Brigades (AVBFB) is proud to have been a supporter of the 2018 Australasian Police and Emergency Service Games (APESGames) in Mandurah over the last week and even more proud of the Volunteer Bush Fire Brigades that participated with such competency and honour. One of those teams were the “Mad Dogs”…