At present the Busselton Brigade has the following appliances

  • Country Pump

    Busselton has recently taken delivery of a new breed of fire appliance called the urban country pumper and it has replaced the Mazda. The new appliance has been designed by consultation with volunteers and fire and rescue staff.

    It’s design is based on the Scania appliance used at Perth Metro stations, but has been adapted to requirements

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  • Light Tanker

    Light tanker LT415

    The Light Tanker has a tank capacity of 500 litre's, and is fitted with an independent petrol driven pump that has the ability to deliver B Class foam through 3 hose reel outlets (front, side and rear mounted) and a 40mm delivery line. It also has the ability to draft water from an open supply with suctions.

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  • Sugito Pump

    The Sugito fire engine was donated by the Town of Sugito in Japan to the Shire of Busselton as part of the sister city program. The Shire of Busselton has donated the fire engine to the Busselton fire brigade.

    After some modifications such as additional beacons and the installation of a two way radio the vehicle...

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  • Urban Tanker

    Santa came early in 2014 to the Department of Fire and Emergency Services Busselton station with the addition of a brand new fire truck.

    Created after the Margaret River bush fires of 2011, the Cape Enhancement project has seen at least seven new fire fighting vehicles distributed across the South West in time for summer.
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