With more than 25 fire stations, volunteer fire brigades and fire and emergency response groups in the Northern Territory, fire fighting as either a career firefighter, auxiliary firefighter or a volunteer firefighter provides people with the opportunity to experience the best the Territory has to offer.
Often people who have had the opportunity to live and work in remote communities of the Northern Territory develop a whole range of work and life skills that make them a more competent, well rounded and experienced career firefighter.
Commands and stations
The Northern Territory Fire and Rescue Service is made up of 3 different fire commands: Northern Command, Southern Command and Darwin Command. Within each command are career fire stations, regional stations (track stations), volunteer fire brigades and fire and emergency response groups (FERGs).
|Career stations||Track stations||Volunteer brigades||FERGs|
|Berrimah Fire Station||NA||NA||NA|
|Darwin Fire Station|
|Humpty Doo Fire Station|
|Marrara Fire Station|
|Palmerston Fire Station|
Recruiting to track stations
Working at a track fire station is your opportunity to make a difference, experience life in our fantastic towns and communities and allow yourself to grow as a career firefighter. The challenge is yours to take and the opportunities are there! These profiles will provide you and your family with snapshot information for each track station location.
The Bush Telegraph (BushTel) provides a central point for information about communities, towns, and regions in the Northern Territory. It provides maps, profiles, services, news and events, contacts and discussion forums. The link for this location is: www.bushtel.nt.gov.au/