Welcome to the Lavington Rural Fire Brigade Website.
Lavington Rural Fire Brigade is located within the City of Albury, near the NSW/Vic Border, and is one of the over 2000 volunteer brigades which make up the NSW Rural Fire Service. The brigade has close to 50 active members from all walks of life.
The Brigade’s primary area of responsibility is the bushland and urban fringe surrounding Lavington and Albury. Our Fire Fighters volunteer their time to respond to emergency situations primarily in this area. They are called on to assist with other brigades within the Southern Border Team, strike teams in other areas of the state and the rest of the Country.
Lavington is classified as a Village 1 Brigade and its role is far more varied then just fighting Bush Fires, our volunteers also assist the community with Car Accidents, House Fires, Oil Spills, Storm Damage and Flooding just to name a few.
Lavington Rural Fire Station is open every Sunday morning from 9am, with scheduled training every 2nd Tuesday and a general meeting of members on the last Tuesday of every month . If you have any questions about joining the NSW RFS, or on fire safety feel free to come and talk with our members at any time.