About us

Volunteers Proudly serving the community

Junortoun  Rural Fire Brigade was established in December 1942 by a group of  local residents  who volunteered their time effort  and resources to provide a volunteer  fire service to  protect the community from Bushfire. Whilst times have changed our members today still share this proud volunteer  tradition and same  desire to protect our community from fire and other emergencies.
Our members have a close working relationship with other emergency services e.g. SES, Vic Police and Fire Management Victoria  to help keep the community safe. 

what we do

Our History

Our Brigade has a long and proud continuous volunteer  history dating  back to the formation  of Junortoun Rural fire Brigade in December 1942.
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Fire & Emergency

Our members not only  respond  to local  fire and emergency calls, we also provide strike team assistance  for fire & flood to other area's of the state  and  interstate. 

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when we train

Our members are training by qualified CFA Instructors.
 Brigade training is conducted monthly at our  fire station on the Wednesday evening following our monthly meeting, commencing  at 1900hrs.

When we meet

Our members meet at the fire station on the third Sunday of every month at 1000hrs.

Visitors and or potential new members are welcome . 


Junortoun is a rapid growing rural residential community, located  five klms east of  Bendigo CBD along the McIvor Highway. Sorounded by the Wellsford Forrest to the north   and farmlands to the east
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Meet our fleet

Brigade members are active in maintaining and ensuring our fleet of emergency vehicles are   adequate and  well equipped  to keep our community safe.