Key information services
Warnings, incidents and planned burns are all displayed on the VicEmergency website - the single location for all emergency information in Victoria.
On this website you will find information about unplanned (emergency) road closures and traffic alerts. It is Victoria's official source of information about roads and traffic during incidents and emergencies that may impact road users.
Emergency Alert is the national telephone warning system used by emergency services to send voice messages to landlines and text messages to mobile phones within a defined area about potential emergencies.
DEECA brings together Victoria’s energy, environment, water, agriculture, forestry, resources, climate action, and emergency management functions into a single department to maximise connections between the environment, community, industry and economy.
This site includes information about closures to roads, tracks, visitor sites and picnic areas.
Information for motorists travelling in a bush fire environment - access during road closures.
Note: The term 'roadblock' or 'road block' is no longer in use. Instead the correct term is 'road closure'.
Find your local council or information about Victoria's 79 councils.
Victorian Weather and Warnings
Wildlife rescue teams are on stand-by to assist in fire-affected areas to treat wildlife in need of help. For those close to fire affected areas, surviving wildlife will be disorientated, smoke affected, very likely suffering burns to some degree, hungry and severely dehydrated.
Information on bushfires and public health
Information on the BARR, including a list of the schools, kindergartens and child care facilities assessed to be most at risk of bushfire.
Floods, severe storms, earthquakes, road accident rescue, search and rescue and other emergency support.
Includes information about relief centres, registering and comforting evacuees and first aid care.
Includes information on electricity and gas safety advice during fires and incidents
Find out about emergency management in Victoria.
During significant fires in Victoria, stay tuned to your emergency broadcasters to hear fire updates, community alerts and other important messages.
Emergency broadcasters include ABC Local Radio, UGFM – Radio Murrindindi, Stereo 974, Plenty Valley FM and commercial radio stations across Victoria and SkyNews television.
A complete list of official emergency broadcasters can be downloaded from the Emergency Management Victoria website.
Make sure you have access to a battery powered radio to use because the power may fail.
Alternatively you can call the VicEmergency Hotline on 1800 226 226 (free call).
If you are deaf, hard of hearing or have a speech impairment, contact the VicEmergency Hotline through the National Relay Service.
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Page last updated: Thursday, 21 December 2023 1:58:48 PM