About UsWelcome to NWNFB



After recent serious bush fires, the Narre Warren North residents held a public meeting to discuss the creation of a local response unit. It was on that day, February 11th 1944, the Narre Warren Bush Fire Brigade came into being and was to join the Country Bush Fire Brigades’ Organisation.

Shortly after with the creation of the Country Fire Authority, Narre Warren North CFA Fire Brigade No: 8395 was formally formed on the 4th of April 1944.


In 2019, Narre Warren North celebrated 75 years since being established. Born out of a need to support the farms and businesses in the area, Narre Warren North Fire Brigade has changed in various forms and sizes over time and has continued to change with the continuing evolution of our support base to a fast growing residential/rural fringe area supporting other brigades in commercial and industrial areas. The brigade now responds to structure fires, grass/scrub and bushfires, hazmat incidents, road rescues, emergency medical incidents, motor vehicle accidents, car fires and many other call outs. The members of the brigade not only respond to local suburb and surrounds but attend fires and incidents in all areas of Victoria and also through interstate deployments.

To serve the community of Narre Warren North through excellence in skill, knowledge, and teamwork.


Our Mission

Protect our community, neighbours, state and beyond.


Our Values

Through understanding, innitiative, preparedness and constant learning, we aim to achieve our mission.


Our Solution

Protect the community through mutual and beneficial involvement, awareness and knowledge transfer.