Information about power outages, latest fire and emergency information, emergency markers, contacts and bushfire places of last resort.
Mornington Peninsula Shire is calling on local contractors to apply to be part of our fire management contactor list.
At the direction of the CFA, this year’s Fire Danger Period for the Mornington Peninsula will end at 1am Monday 24 April 2023.
It’s important to plan ahead and consider how you can look after yourself, your loved ones and treasured pets when extreme heat hits.
Further information about the Fire Prevention Inspection Program and Fire Prevention Notices, including the Fire Management Contractors list, weeds brochure and other resources.
Provide local law information regarding open air burning during the Non Fire Danger Period on the Mornington Peninsula.
Bushfire Places of Last Resort are a place of last resort for people during bushfire. Learn more about the Bushfire Neighbourhood Safer Places and their locations on the Mornington Peninsula.
We strongly recommend residents prepare and maintain their property in a ‘fire ready condition’, the Shire conducts a Fire Prevention Inspection Program. Learn more...
Are you prepared for an emergency? Your safety is your responsibility. This page can help you prepare for an emergency ahead of time.
The Shire undertakes fire management in our bushland, foreshore and road reserves. Fire management works aim to reduce fuel hazard and risk to neighbouring property from potential bushfire. The Shire also conducts planned burns.
Emergency markers look like a street signs with white text on a green background.
Learn about the Shire's Municipal Emergency Management Plan.
Find out more information about CFA fire safety advice.