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Tragically, one child is run over in the driveway of his or her own home every week in Australia. Please ensure you know where your children are before you go.
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Sea Soaring Marine are now offering Recreational Skipper's Ticket courses at the Manjimup Community Resource Centre in February 2021.
Three dates only:
5th - 3 Spots
6th - 2 Spots
7th - 2 Spots
Get in early to secure your place!
Remember, only a limited number of people in each course to guarantee quality, personalised service that ensures you achieve the Skipper's Ticket.
For more details or bookings check out www.seasoaringmarine.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone/text 0409 549 356.
Every year, people are killed or seriously injured by bushfires. If you’re travelling or staying near bushland, fire is a real risk for you.
If you plan to travel in bushfire season it’s essential you know what to do if you encounter a bushfire.
DFES’ Travelling During Bushfire Season webpage and Bushfire Travellers Checklist publication provides information that can help you to:
An open campfire is part of camping. But campfires can easily cause a bushfire if you do not build or extinguish them correctly and at certain times of the year outside fires are prohibited.
Prohibited burning times are declared by Local Government stipulating the times of the year that it is unlawful to have an outside fires. This is separate to a Total Fire Ban that is declared for a day when a fire is most likely to spread rapidly (because of extreme fire weather) or if there are already widespread fires and resources are stretched.
DFES’ Campfire Safety webpage provides simple tips to stay safe when camping including:
For further bushfire information please visit dfes.wa.gov.au
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