Emergency readiness

Lightning strike

Being prepared before a disaster hits could be the difference between staying safe or putting yourself and loved ones at risk. Don’t wait for a disaster to happen before you think about what you need to do, how you are going to protect your home and belongings and how you and your family are going to survive.

Download our Get Ready Central Coast Guide for tips and advice on how to get ready for extreme weather events to help keep you, your loved ones and your property safe during a disaster.

Use our interactive mapping tool to find out whether your home or property is prone to bushfire, flooding or other risks.

Central Coast Emergency Dashboard

Find important information to help you get ready for extreme weather events and see live incidents and emergencies data for the Central Coast at our Central Coast Emergency Dashboard.

 

Emergency Contact Numbers – at a glance

Service

Contact Number

Website

LIFE THREATENING - Emergency (Police, Ambulance, Fire Brigade)

000 (from a landline) 106 (for people with hearing or speech impairment) 112 (from mobile phones)

www.triplezero.gov.au

State Emergency Service (SES)

132 500

www.ses.nsw.gov.au or www.stormsafe.com.au

Bush Fire Information Line

1800 679 737

www.rfs.nsw.gov.au

Council After Hours (Rangers as well as roads, water and sewer emergencies)

1300 463 954

www.centralcoast.nsw.gov.au/reportaproblem

Ausgrid

131 385

www.ausgrid.com.au

Follow Central Coast Council’s Facebook and Twitter pages for important information such as road closures, weather warnings and updates during emergencies.

In an emergency, listen to local radio (ABC Central Coast 702AM or Coast FM 92.5FM) to keep up to date with the latest information.

We also encourage you to follow these networks to stay informed during an emergency situation:

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Last updated : Wed 10 Mar 2021