All data is sourced directly from CFA and MFB feeds and is the same information that is provided through other applications such as FireReady and emergency.vic.gov.au.
View incidents sorted by distance away, number of appliances in attendance and more
View details of attending appliances
Current fire information including status and size
View warning messages issued by fire agencies
View chronology of each call
View maps of all incidents or a specific incident
Images of various fire appliances
Information sharing on calls Information is contributed by users and completely unofficial.
Status for MFB appliances
Be notified of incidents based on any of the following criteria:
-Number of appliances
-Specific appliance attending
-Within a certain distance of your current location
Warnings in subscribed locations will also be notified. Nearby warnings will automatically be notified.
Please do not use the information section to request information.
The following MFB appliances are not published in the incident feed from the MFB: Rescue, Transporter, Control Unit, BA, Hazmat, Zone Car, Commanders
Please note that the MFB feed sometimes is unavailable or it is frozen.
This application is not affiliated with any fire agencies.
It utilises data from the Victorian Country Fire Authority/Victorian Department of Sustainability data feeds on fires with your current location provided by the phone GPS.
Using this information the application is able to provide a list of fires showing the nearest ones first, helping you to understand your current situation.
The information is reliant on both the accuracy of the phone's GPS and the data recorded on the CFA's website.
This application does not cache any data, so Internet access (either Wireless. or 3G) is required to access the data.
Be aware that while P4G has utilised "best efforts" to provide this information to you, it is not intended to replace other sources of information on the fire situation near you. Also remember that fire and weather can change quickly.
All data is provided Copyright from the Victorian Country Fire Authority and the Victorian Department of Sustainability.
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All data sorted by State to ensure the quickest ready access to relevant, up to date information.
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Latest information from:
- Country Fire Authority (CFA) Vic, cfa.vic.gov.au;
- Rural Fire Service (RFS) NSW, rfs.nsw.gov.au;
- Country Fire Service (CFS) SA, cfs.sa.gov.au;
- Rural Fire Service (RFS) QLD, ruralfire.qld.gov.au;
- Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES) WA, dfes.wa.gov.au;
- Tasmania Fire Service (TFS), fire.tas.gov.au;
- Rural Fire Service (RFS) ACT, esa.act.gov.au/actrfs;
- Police, Fire and Emergency Services (PFES) NT, pfes.nt.gov.au;
- ABC Radio;
- Bureau of Meteorology Australia, bom.gov.au;
- Geoscience Australia, ga.gov.au;
- National and local media.
Critical information such as emergency radio broadcast frequencies and bushfire safer places is stored on your phone for quick access without mobile internet connection.
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