Narre Warren North Fire Brigade

Welcome to the Narre Warren North Fire Brigade website. A member of the Country Fire Authority in District 8 and part of the Casey Group


Narre Warren North CFA is fully run by volunteers and has a proud history since 1944. Part of Casey Group in District 8, Narren Warren North CFA has a great role in supporting the community to help prevent and respond to incidents which include structure fires, grass fires, motor vehicle accidents, hazardous materials and various other incidents. Members also have responded to incidents outside the District including all parts of Victoria and other states like QLD, SA, TAS & NSW in recent times.

CFA Member Access

Team work to protect

Firefighters fight as a family

Multiple appliances for all occasions and incidents

Trained in fire fighting units for both rural and urban fires in brigade. Narre Warren North FB has an appliance for most jobs.


Fundraising for our brigade and community

From brigade fundraising to schools and foundations

Memberships of all types, not just for fire fighting

Apart from fire fighters, many people in the community offer a wide variety of skills and talents and therefore you may be able to assist in a support role or non-operational members.


Trained for all community interfaces

Urban and Rural

Whether its grass, bush, house or vehicle, we are there

Because of the blend of commercial, industrial, urban and rural living in the area, the brigade is professionally trained in combating a wide range of emergencies.


Nationwide accreditation courses for all

Knowledge intake and transfer

Constant upkeep and building to knowledge banks

After minimum training, theres opportunities to develop other skills such as, Driving vehicles, First Aid, Leadership and Management, Breathing apparatus and many more.


Number of callouts Narre Warren North CFA has attended this year:



  • General Brigade Members

    General Brigade members that are non-operational, consist of those that support the brigade in such things as the social committee, administrative duties, station maintenance and fundraising. These members are integral to the the makeup of the brigade family.
  • Operational Members

    Operation members are those that have active turn out status and are eligible to attend incidents and whose training allows them to protect the community, provide training and knowledge transfer to other members and also community groups.
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More Information

  • How To Join +

    If you are considering becoming a member of the Narre Warren North Fire Brigade, why not visit on Tuesday evening from 7pm or Sunday mornings from 10am onward and introduce yourself to the team and begin the training process. Otherwise you can contact the brigade on (03) 9796 8283 for further information, via the link below or visit the CFA website. Read More
  • Fire Ratings & Total Fire Ban Information +

    Fire Danger Ratings tell you how dangerous a fire could be if one started. They are important because they help you decide what actions to take to protect yourself and others from bushfires and grassfires. A new Fire Danger Rating system was introduced in 2022 across Australia so whether you're at home or travelling, you will see the same rating system. Fire Danger Ratings are forecast for four days and a Total Fire Ban is declared by CFA on days when fires are likely to spread rapidly and could be difficult to control. If a district has not been declared a Total Fire Ban, fire restrictions may still apply for each municipality. Read More
  • City of Casey Burn Off Information +

    Local laws on burn-offs apply year-round. Please go to Casey City website for details. Read More
  • Weather at NarreWarren North Fire Station +

    Check the local weather direct from the Narre Warren North Fire Brigade weather station. Read More
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