We are proudly supported by the following companies

  • Crafar Crouch Construction
  • Delegat
  • Waitui Farm Ltd
  • Forest & Environmental Management Marlborough Ltd
  • Kekerengu Valley Farm
  • Downer Group
  • Mark Stevenson First National Real Esate
  • Yealands Estate
  • Department of Conservation
  • Marlborough Forest Industry Association
  • Top of the South Caravan Hire
  • Earnslaw One Ltd
  • Susan Pope Ltd
  • PWS Professional Web Solutions
  • Meaters of Marlborough
  • Busy Bee Contracting
  • Mitre 10 Mega Marlborough
  • Top Town Cinemas
  • Alpha Lea Contracting
  • Sanford
  • Merrill Ring
  • Bluff Station Ltd
  • Keneperu Water Taxis
  • Lowlands Wines
  • Marlborough Girls College
  • Sounds Air
  • Oyster Bay
  • Rai Silviculture Ltd
  • PF Olsen
  • GCSB
  • Springview Vineyard
  • Tractor Repairs and Spares
  • Slip Inn Cafe
  • Marlborough District Council
  • Advanced Electrical Blenheim
  • Marlborough Regional Forrestry
  • Interislander
  • Gale Contracting
  • Kaikoura District Council
  • New World Blenheim
  • Te Mahia Lodge
  • Nelson Forrests Ltd

Marlborough Kaikoura Fire and Emergency Bulletin


Restricted Fire Season lifted across Marlborough South and Kaikoura

As from 8.00am on Thursday 28 May 2020, the Restricted Season has been lifted for Marlborough South and Kaikoura Districts.

All land within the Marlborough and Kaikoura Districts are now in an Open Fire Season except for Department of Conservation land (PCL) which will remain in a Restricted Fire season.

People will still need to take all due care when burning ensuring they don’t leave fires unattended.

For further information, visit www.checkitsalright.nz

Fire in our landscape. Everyone's Responsibility

Here you will find information on your Marlborough Kaikoura Fire and Emergency authority and how to protect yourself, your family; your neighbours and your business from the threat of rural wildfire

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2019 FireFighter Memorial Tower Climb Date Posted: Sep 6, 2019

Local firefighters, Scottie Henry (Rarangi), James Cowie (Rarangi) and Steve Smith (Blenheim) are heading to Auckland on Wednesday 11 September to take part in the 2019 FireFighter Memorial Climb up the Sky Tower.  The memorial climb will honour every New Zealand firefighter lost in the line of duty since the late 1800’s.

For first-timer, James Cowie, it will be more than 50 floors and 1100 steps in full gear. For Scottie Henry and Steve Smith their day will not end there, returning to the ground they will repeat the walk, a double ascent.

Training throughout the winter has involved numerous walks up the Wither Hills, Monkey Bay and stair machines, all while wearing weight vests to simulate the 25 kg weight they will carry on the day.

To read the full story that appeared in the Blenheim Sun Newspaper on Friday 6 September 2019, click on the following link:


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If you live or own property in a rural area or on the urban–rural interface, you are part of a community that has a responsibility to manage the risk of fires on your property.

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