NSW Rural Fire Service Association (RFSA)

The NSW Rural Fire Service Association was formed in 1996 to provide a formal means by which the views of both Fire Control Officers and volunteer firefighters could be collectively expressed to the then Department of Bush Fire Services, particularly in relation to issues such as funding, structure of the Rural Fire Service, personnel and equipment.

The Association was officially recognised in the Rural Fires Act 1997, thereby providing it with the legislative authority to represent all Members of the Rural Fire Service in NSW, both volunteers and salaried staff.

The RFSA also provides a range of member benefits and support services. Full details can be found on the RFSA website or by phoning 02 4722 2122.