Cherrybrook n.s.w. rural  
                         fire brigade
Cherrybrook is located in the northern suburbs of Sydney (Australia) on the edge of the Berowra Valley Regional Park. The Cherrybrook Rural Fire Brigade is operated by dedicated volunteers who provide a 24/7 fire protection service to the community.  The Brigade forms part of the
Hornsby/Ku-ring-gai District within Region East of the NSW Rural Fire Service.
The primary function of the brigade is to protect life and property from fires, as well as promoting fire safety and providing general support to the local community.
We are skilled, well equipped and motivated volunteer firefighters who specialise in providing assistance across a wide spectrum of emergencies including bushfires and structure fires, as well as providing a valuable support role to our local full time Fire and Rescue NSW stations at Castle Hill and Beecroft. We also provide assistance to other emergency organisations as required to assist them in their operations.
Rural Fire Brigades within the State of New South Wales come under the umbrella of the N.S.W. Rural Fire Service, who provide financial, operational and technical support.

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Official start to Bush Fire Season brought forward
Bush Fire Danger Period has been brought forward and will commence on 1st September 2018
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