For all life-threatening emergencies call ‘000’.
Country Fire Authority (CFA)
- CFA Victoria website
- For bushfire information and advice call the Victorian Bushfire Information Line on 1800 240 667
- For burn-off notifications call 1800 668 511
106 TTY emergency service
If you are deaf or have a speech or hearing impairment call 106.
106 Text Emergency Relay Service is provided as part of the National Relay Service and is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Call 1800 333 000 to report any suspicious behaviour.
Greater Shepparton City Council
Call Council on 03 5832 9700.
Live traffic conditions including closures and alerts call 1300 659 217 or visit the Vic Roads website.
Vic Roads 24 hour Traffic Hazard Report & Advisory Service call 131 170.
Department of Health and Human Services: Victorian Bushfire Assistance
Information is provided on health and safety, emotional health, financial assistance, local services and other current information. Visit the DHHS website for further information.
- Lifeline - Phone 13 11 14
- Beyond Blue - Phone 1300 224 636
- Kids Helpline - Phone 1800 551 800
- SANE Australia - Phone 1800 187 263
Tune into local radio and television stations for regular community updates:
- ABC Goulburn Murray (emergency broadcaster) 97.7FM
- HIT FM 96.9FM
- Triple M FM 95.3FM
- One FM 98.5FM
- WIN TV - Regional News nightly at 6.30pm
- Southern Cross Ten - Weeknights nightly at 6.00pm
- Plan to leave early information from the CFA website.
- Back up plan information from the CFA website.
- Stay and actively defend information from the CFA website.
- Evacuation Kit - The Australian Government has developed an Emergency Survival Checklist to assist you to prepare for the unexpected.
Agriculture and Animals
- CFA - Pets and bushfire information
Whether pets are at home with you, relocated during high fire-risk days or brought along on holidays, you need to plan and prepare for their safety as well as your family's and your own.
- Agriculture Victoria
Agriculture Victoria provide a range of bushfire and recovery advice and support on animal health and welfare, pasture management, pest plants and animal control, erosion protection, livestock feed planning, crop and horticulture management and reforestation. Wildlife can be injured during bushfires. Agriculture Victoria works with suitably qualified and experienced wildlife care organisations and rehabilitators to assist with the recovery, treatment, rehabilitation and release of wildlife affected by fire.