Free smoke alarms program

Byron Bay firefighters, Scott Biber and Phil Bigger.
Byron Bay firefighters, Scott Biber and Phil Bigger.

Byron Bay retained firefighters, Scott Biber and Phil Bigger, arrive to instal a smoke alarm in the home of Lois White another participant in Byron Bay's Smoke Alarm Installation Program, made possible by an NRMA Insurance Community Grant and the members of the NSW Fire Brigade, Byron Bay.

If you are a Byron Bay resident who does not have alarms in your home, call into the NRMA office in Shirley Street and the staff will arrange to have the firefighters instal them for free.

If someone in your household is over 65 years of age, then NSW Fire Brigade members will continue to visit and replace the smoke alarm batteries for you.

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