Used to ride those trails on my bike as a kid, the (extremely steep) access point at the end of Gosling was fenced off several years back which connected to the small dam at the bottom of the gully, before the trail looped back up. I remember being able to access the rail line somewhere there as well! Great area with amazing wildlife as well! Great work everyone!
Wonder why its not listed on Fires Near Me as an upcoming HR, any idea of size Mt Riverview Rural Fire Brigade?
Where is the burn going to be???
This week we are Celebrating and recognising our young members through youth week. This year the theme is “Together more than ever” and the young faces of our brigade embrace this! The future of our brigade!! ...
Can you help your neighbours and friends?
Even though Mt Riverview has only 3,100 residents, this page has more than 4,500 followers.
Just the same, there are many residents who aren’t on Facebook and we’re hoping you can help us to “put them in the loop”.
We’ve just improved our website ( mtrivrfb.org.au/ ) to automatically update each time we post on here.
So if you could pass on that web address to anyone you know who isn’t on Facebook we can keep them up to date with severe weather warnings, brigade activities, RFS announcements and all the other things you’ve found useful.
It will all be posted at mtrivrfb.org.au/news-events/. And don’t forget to check out our Mt Riverview weather station with real-time, temperature, humidity, wind and rain recordings at www.weatherlink.com/embeddablePage/show/e9a4bf07548b48b0b053bbed04bfb448/wide ...