Neighbourhood Safe Places (NSP) are a place of last resort during a bush fire emergency. They are to be used when all other options in your Bush Fire Survival Plan can't be put into action safely. You should be aware of any NSPs in your area, and note them in your Bush Fire Survival Plan before a bush fire occurs. You should also know how to get there, as well as alternate routes in case the road is blocked or too dangerous to drive on.
Not all areas will have a NSP. If there is no NSP in your area, you should identify other safer locations you can go to as a last resort. This might include a nearby home which is well prepared, a shopping centre or oval which is well away from the bush.
A NSP is designed as a place of last resort in bush fire emergencies only. Please note that travelling to or sheltering at a NSP does not guarantee your safety.
For a list of NSP located within the Singleton Local Government Area, please visit the NSWRFS listing.