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Metropolitan Melbourne

An expanding Melbourne

As our population grows and our environment changes, our existing fire services model remains unchanged.

Metropolitan station transformation

Melbourne’s rapid growth and evolution affects how emergency services manage community risks. Fire Rescue Victoria will meet these changes, often in collaboration with CFA volunteer brigades.

Simply click on the location in the map or table below to access further information.

Region Districts Transitioning integrated stations
North East 12, 13, 22, 23, 24 Boronia , Rowville , South Warrandyte
South East 08, 09, 10, 11, 27 Cranbourne , Dandenong , Frankston , Hallam , Mornington , Pakenham , Patterson River , Rosebud , Springvale
North West 02, 14, 18, 20 Caroline Springs , Craigieburn , Eltham , Greenvale , Hoppers Crossing , Melton , Point Cook , South Morang , Sunbury
South West 04, 05, 06, 07 Belmont , Corio , Geelong City , Ocean Grove

How can I find out more?

The reforms set out in the Fire Services Statement are the most extensive since the 1950s and will provide an opportunity for engagement with firefighters and brigades across Victoria.

Information and engagement sessions have been taking place throughout Victoria since 19 May 2017, including at CFA district level as well as with volunteers and staff at the 35 integrated stations.

Firefighter and support staff representative bodies will have the opportunity to engage on the transition. Operational implementation will continue to be overseen by the Fire Services Operational Implementation Committee led by Mr Greg Mullins AFSM, former Commissioner Fire and Rescue NSW.

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