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Category: Knowledge

The knowledge held by or available to the Brigade is a valuable resource. This menu area aims to collect resources useful to operations of the Brigade.
In the horizontal menu above, you can hover your mouse cursor over a menu item to display available sub-menus before clicking on the first menu item.

Sentinel hotspots

Sentinel is a national bushfire monitoring system that provides timely information about hotspots to emergency service managers across Australia. {loadposition sentinelmap} Source License Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia

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Incident Map

Below you will see a Map of some of our Incident Articles powered by Google under its general Terms of Service and its Google Maps/Google Earth APIs Terms of Service and incorporates by reference the Google Privacy Policy. The Map

Posted in Knowledge

Slide Shows

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Background on Tamborine Mountain

Tamborine Mountain is part of the northern rim of the great caldera of which Mt Warning is the dominant feature.  Formed millions of years ago, the eons of weathering has produced a plateau with rich volcanic soils and underground aquifers

Posted in Region

Finding Website Content

This website is designed to gather content assisting management and operations of the Brigade. We have been mindful of the principle that good content also needs multiple tools for users to find that content according to their own style of

Posted in FAQ

Newsletter Terms & Conditions

Welcome to our Email Subscription. Terms and conditions (“Terms”) Our Email subscription is a free online newsletter for the public. To continue using your subscription, you must agree to these terms and conditions: Acceptance of terms: If you are 18

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Website Terms & Conditions

Tamborine Mountain Rural Fire Brigade Preamble! You agree to abide by the rules including changes to these rules from time to time. If you are a registered website member, you may request deregistration at any time. Working together, we can

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The Rural Fire Brigades Association of Queensland Inc. represents the interests of 34,000 volunteer bush firefighters in Queensland who dedicate their time to protecting the lives, property and the environment of our state. These volunteers manage fire on 93% of the

Posted in Government and Associations Support

Tamborine Mountain Map

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Links to Vegetation & Wildfire Management Information

Rural fire Brigades have the ongoing challenge to engage with their community in vegetation management to reduce the risks of wildfires. The following are internet links to information on these issues. These links present a wide variety of viewpoints and

Posted in Wildfire Prevention