79 Schotters Road, Mernda, Victoria
03 9717 3945

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Fire Restrictions will come into force in the City of Whittlesea on Monday, 9th December 2019 @ 0100

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Information and tips on how to prepare and be EmergencySAFE at home and around Mernda and beyond

Interested in volunteering with Mernda CFA?

We are always happy to welcome community members who are keen to contribute


The Country Fire Authority is one of the world’s largest volunteer-based emergency service organisations.

Mernda Fire Brigade is situated within District 14, North West Region.

We respond to approximately 300 incidents each year, including structure fires, grass and scrub fires, motor vehicle fires and incidents, hazardous material incidents to name a few.

Mernda Fire Brigade utilise four appliances:
– Medium Pumper
– 3.4D Tanker
– Rehabilitation Support Vehicle
– 4WD Forward Command Vehicle.

Brigade training is held at our station on Monday nights 7.30pm – 9.30pm and Sunday mornings 9am – 11am.

Latest News

Santa is coming…

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Easter Egg Hunt 2019

A massive thank you to everyone who came along and supported our Easter Egg Hunt on Easter Saturday. From our supporters, the general public to our families, thank you from[…]

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How many incidents have we responded to?

BRIGADE INCIDENTS (Current Financial Year)

101 Incidents since 1st July 2019 (As of 30/11/2019)

BRIGADE INCIDENTS (Previous Financial Years)

294 Incidents were attended by the brigade (2018/19)
329 Incidents were attended by the brigade (2017/18)

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