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Honeybugle is located on the Pangee Road in the Bogan Shire, central New South Wales. It is approximately 40km from Nyngan and about 460km west-northwest from Sydney.

We visited the crew from the Honeybugle Rural Fire Brigade last year to collect photos for the 2017 VFFA Christmas banner. Click HERE to have a look at the banner.

The VFFA thanks the members of the Honeybugle Rural Fire Brigade for their hospitality and support.

Honeybugle Rural Volunteer Firefighters (left to right): Jed Hoare, Micheal Dutschki, Jason Klante, Richard Hoare and Phil Tremain.

Honeybugle Rural Volunteer Firefighters (left to right): Jed Hoare, Micheal Dutschki, Jason Klante, Richard Hoare and Phil Tremain.

Brigades like this can be found all across New South Wales, they are the backbone of the NSW RURAL Fire Service.

Feel free to send us a picture of your Brigade.

 

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