Bushfires at Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve and Mount Gingera (West of Corin Dam)
Following a day of fire fighting activities encompassing aerial water bombing and ground crews mopping up hot spots, Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve will be open on Sunday 20 January 2019. The site will be monitored throughout Sunday.
The Mt Gingera bushfire site has also been mopped up and will be monitored throughout Sunday.
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Last updated: 11.30pm Saturday 19 January 2019
About PCS Fire
As a land manager in both the ACT and NSW (Googong Foreshores), the ACT Parks and Conservation Service (PCS) has a legal responsibility which includes managing bushfire fuels on its land and limiting the spread of fire on and from its lands.
PCS has a dedicated fire management section which facilitate the completion of the BOP and work with the various depots. PCS also includes a large fire suppression capability (approximately 180 fire fighters) in the form of the PCS workforce, which constitutes the 'PCS Fire'.
Incident Management Team Roles
Interstate and International Deployments
Heavy Machinery (plant management)