Local Land Services emergency contacts
For local emergency contacts, please visit your regional Local Land Services contacts pages listed below.
Emergency contacts and details will be available on a recorded message from your local office’s phone number and on your region’s contact’s page during holiday and Christmas periods.
Call or visit your local office
To speak to a local staff member, visit your regional contact page.
- Central Tablelands
- Central West
- Greater Sydney
- North Coast
- North West
- Northern Tablelands
- South East
Not sure where you live? Look up your Local Land Service region.
Natural disaster recovery assistance
We work with the NSW Department of Primary Industries (NSW DPI) to provide recovery assistance and advice to landholders, primary producers, commercial fishers, and other industries impacted by natural disaster events.
Visit the NSW DPI website for a list of support services during natural disasters.
For urgent assistance during emergencies
If you require urgent assistance, please call the numbers below.
Emergency - 000. For genuine life-threatening emergencies only, including bush fires.
Emergency text - 106. For people who are deaf or have a speech or hearing impairment.
NSW Rural Fire Service - 1800 679 737. Information on fire bans and bushfires in NSW, as well as tweets, apps and other digital and social media news feeds.
NSW State Emergency Services - 132 500. Support and advice in the instance of an emergency, including offering clear instructions on creating a Home Emergency Plan.
RSPCA - (02) 9770 7555. Find a shelter, branch, care centre or vet clinic
WIRES - 1300 094 747. Emergency advice for injured wildlife.
NSW State Emergency Service (SES) - 132 500. For emergency help in floods and storms
Emergency animal diseases - 1800 675 888 (24 hours)
Emergency plant pest reporting - 1800 084 881
Aquatic pests and diseases - (02) 4916 3877. Recorded 24 hour hotline.
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