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Floods, fires, and droughts. Are you prepared?


The Lithgow Readiness Rally website equips you to be aware and prepared for future bushfires and emergency events.
Feel empowered as you actively plan ahead.

Attend the online Zoom event to interact with speakers or watch the live stream on YouTube and Facebook.

About the Lithgow Readiness Rally

The Lithgow Readiness Rally is expanding to an exciting new venue on 15 October 2022 to bring more exhibitors, more activities and more visitors access to products and services, information, and demonstrations relating to natural disasters.
After being restricted to an online event due to Covid 19 in 2021, the 2022 Readiness Rally will be held as a FREE all day community event across the Union Theatre and University of Western Sydney to pack even more action into the highly anticipated event.
The Readiness Rally gives access to trade skills for constructing or retrofitting your home, landscaping and maintenance, to protecting your home through insurance, technology or firefighting equipment.
It’s never too early or too late to start incorporating these activities to prepare, prevent and protect from natural disaster impacting your home, family and animals.

This is a Bushfire Community Recovery and Resilience Fund project through the joint Commonwealth/State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements.

The Program

View the engaging presentations from local emergency services, community organisations and businesses.
The presentations covered the following topics:

  • Bushfire seasonal update
  • Weeds and environment / FireWise Gardens
  • Bushfire design and construction
  • Reducing your house and property risk

Session Recordings

The Speakers


A list of speakers will be added shortly. Please check back regularly


Nigel Bell

ECODesign Architects

Chris Ferreira

The Forever Project

Steven Houghton

Statewide Bushfire Consulting

Readiness Rally

In recent years, fires, floods, drought and the ongoing pandemic have brought unforeseeable challenges to the community of Lithgow. Now is the time to come together as a community and prepare for the future, together.

Emergency disaster management is more effective when everyone in the community works and plans together. Our community will face disasters again in the future, in one form or another, and the best way to recover is to be prepared. Research shows that the more prepared a community is for disasters, the more resilient they become, the better their recovery will be.

Watch the online Lithgow’s Readiness Rally sessions and take important steps to ensure you know the risks, plan ahead for prevention, know how to respond during a disaster and are more resilient when on the road to recovery.

Knowledge Hub

Preparedness resources for the whole family 

Become an online 'Exhibitor'

Are you a local business or organisation that offers bushfire preparation products or services? 

If so, you’re invited to list your organisation here, on the Lithgow Readiness Rally website. This provides a great opportunity to showcase your products and services to the local community.


Lithgow Bushfire Recovery and Community Day 2020

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Lithgow’s Readiness Rally

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For more information or to submit a questions to the Readiness Rally contact:

Rachel Nicoll, Community Recovery Officer, 
Lithgow City Council  
Phone: 02 6354 9999

or Agnes Zalan

How to get there

Free parking etc.
Directions / Instructions.

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