This spatial dataset maps the location of wildlife records held within the ACT Wildlife Atlas up until December 2014. Records include mammals, fish, amphibians, invertebrates, reptiles and birds. Some sensitive records have been withheld.
The Fire Danger Rating Meter is based on the forecast weather conditions and gives you advice about the level of bushfire threat on a particular day. When the rating is high, the threat of a bushfire increases.
When the Fire Danger Rating Meter is Extreme or Catastrophic for your area it means any fires that start are likely to be so fierce that even a well prepared, well constructed and actively defended home may not survive a fire.
The ACT Emergency Services Agency declares a Total Fire Ban when necessary to prevent the outbreak or spread of fires. On Total Fire Ban days you are not allowed to light, use or maintain a fire in the open air.
Design and construction professionals listed below need to be licensed, registered or accredited to work in the ACT. The list below is updated on a daily basis to reflect changes to the number of professionals licensed or registered.