Know your fire risk

Know Your Fire Risk

Fires in parks, wooded beachfronts, reserves and along rivers and creeks are a risk to the people, homes and properties that are adjacent to them.  Know where the risks are in your local area.

This interactive map will allow you to identify bushfire risks within the metropolitan district (MFB's area of operations).

The list below also identifies areas of bushland reserve risk within the metropolitan district.

Suburb

Park, reserve or bush land

Altona Meadows

Cheetham Wetlands

Beaumaris

Donald McDonald Reserve

Beaumaris

Ricketts Point Hinterland

Beaumaris

Long Hollow Heathland

Beaumaris

Balcombe Park Reserve

Blackburn

Blackburn Lake

Bundoora

Plenty Gorge (Southern End)

Campbellfield

Merri Creek Park

Cheltenham

Cheltenham Reserve

Clayton South

The Grange Heathland

Croydon

Benson Oval

Croydon North

Warrien Reserve

Croydon North

Britts Reserve

Fairfield

Yarra Bend Park (North)

Fairfield

Yarra Bend Park (South)

Glen Waverley

Shepherds Bush

Heathmont

Dandenong Creek

Heathmont

Allens Road

Ivanhoe

Rockbeare Park

Ivanhoe East

Yarra Flats

Keilor

Brimbank Park

Keilor North

Organ Pipes National Park

Macleod

Gresswell Forest

Meadow Heights

Broadmeadows Valley Park

Mill Park

Sycamore Reserve

Mitcham

Yarran Dheran

Mitcham

Antonio Park

Mount Waverley

Valley Reserve

Mount Waverley

Fairway Reserve

Park Orchids

100 Acres

Ringwood

Ringwood Lake Park

Ringwood

Yarra Valley School

Ringwood East

Wombolano Park

Ringwood East

Loughies Reserve

Ringwood East

Cheong Sanctuary

Sandringham

Bay Road Heathlands

Sandringham

Merindah Park

Sandringham

Trevor Barker Oval

Sandringham

Beach Road

Templestowe

Westerfolds Park

Vermont

Bellbird Dell Reserve

Vermont South

Koomba Park

Wantirna South

Dandenong Creek

Wheelers Hill

Jells Park

 

Understand the Fire Danger Ratings

Fire Danger Ratings tell you how bad a fire would be if one started on that day. Check the rating every day to know the risks and understand what you can and cam't do on days of total fire ban.

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