The Fire Recovery Unit was established on 1 July 2011 following the closure of the Victorian Bushfire Reconstruction and Recovery Authority (VBRRA) as a key point of contact on services within the Victorian Government for individuals and communities affected by the 2009 Victorian bushfires.
Information, including services and key contacts relating to the 2009 Victorian bushfires, are retained on the Regional Development Victoria website.
Victorian Bushfire Recovery Services Guide
The Fire Recovery Unit published the ‘Quick Reference Guide – Services and Support’ for people affected by the 2009 Victorian bushfires and a ‘Bushfire Recovery Services Guide’ to keep people informed of the services available.
You can download the Quick Reference Guide, which is in a one page, A4 double-sided Portrait format.
The Bushfire Recovery Services Guide has two key sections:
- Specific 2009 bushfire recovery information including bushfire planning and rebuilding information, counselling and community grants programs.
- General information including health and personal support, financial and legal support, accommodation and housing support.
This guide is only available online.
Fire Recovery Unit Reports
- Victorian Bushfire Recovery – Three Year Report – February 2012 (PDF 1.6 MB) (WORD 180.5 KB)
- Victorian Bushfire Recovery Four Year Update – February 2013 (PDF 877.6 KB) (WORD 2.5 MB)
- Victorian Bushfire Recovery – Five Year Report – February 2014 (PDF 618.6 KB) (WORD 103.0 KB)
- Fire Recovery Unit Housing Survey – 2012 (PDF 308.1 KB) (WORD 1.9 MB)
The Fire Recovery Unit does not provide information about current or past emergency events that are not related to the 2009 Victorian bushfires.
If you require information about a current emergency you should go to the VicEmergency website or call the VicEmergency Hotline on 1800 226 226.
For 24/7 emergency support services contact:
|Police, Ambulance, Fire Brigade
1300 651 251