A bushfire sprinkler system offers your property the best possible protection in the event of bushfire ember attack

It is also the property owner’s responsibility to prepare for bushfire. This includes clearing leaves and debris from roofs, gutters and the removal of combustible materials surrounding the property.

The property owner must be proficient in the correct operation and maintenance of the bushfire fighting pump and maintaining the required volume of water necessary to run the system effectively.

Regularly check that the sprinkler heads are in working order.

Due to the extreme and unpredictable nature of recent bushfire events, there is no guarantee that the sprinkler system will save your property, however it will be given the best fighting chance.

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Government-funded Guidance

The CSIRO has been conducting bushfire research for over 60 years

Find out more information on the CSIRO recommendations for bushfire sprinkler systems and how they can help protect your home from a bushfire threat.