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Neighbour Alert Messaging

Street Contacts

The Pearl Beach Safety Advisory Group (PBSAG) a sub-committee of the Pearl Beach Progress Association has established a communication network called Neighbour Alert to provide information on Bush Fire Alerts and bush fire emergencies. The core of the network are local resident volunteers – Street Contacts supported by PBSAG committee members. The role of the Street Contact is to connect with their neighbours and provide them with information about the Neighbour Alert program, to gather household information for the Neighbour Alert messaging system, to provide RFS material from time to time including the RFS Bush Fire Survival Plan brochure and to be a point of contact for their street residents and owners.  It is emphasised that Street Contacts are in no way expected to ‘save’ their neighbours and are not responsible for anyone else’s wellbeing other than their own.

Further explanation and useful material can be found on the PBPA website :

The Street Contacts are about to commence gathering household information (Nov / Dec 2022) to ensure the messaging database is up to date.  Please assist these street contacts where you can and if you wish, you can also supply your email address so that the PBSAG can keep you informed of other relevant matters throughout the year.

The following are your street contacts:-

  • Agate Avenue – Meena James & Cathy Talty
  • Amethyst Avenue – Paul Barclaire & Jeanne Albrecht
  • Beryl Boulevarde – Deb Scahill, Ken & Jane Whatnall
  • Coral Crescent – Coby Klauser
  • Cornellian Road – Gary & Alison Phillips
  • Crystal Avenue – John Haymes & Catherine O’Reilly
  • Diamond Road (North) – Malcolm & Vicki Davison, Margaret Westcott
  • Diamond Road (South) – Chris Rhodes & Helen Thurlow
  • Emerald Avenue – Duncan & Jackie Bridel, Jenny Sillett
  • Garnet Road / Onyx Road – David & Peggy Todd, Nigel Tisdale
  • Gem Road / Green Point Road – Peter Little & John Steinbeck
  • Jade place – Paul Joyce
  • Opal Close – Peter Romey & Mary Knaggs
  • Pearl Beach Drive – Craig Hallett & Phillip Rich
  • Pearl Parade – Chris Rhodes
  • Tourmaline Ave – Paul Toohey, Don & Bev Hughes

Minutes & Reports Updated

The Document section of the website has been restructured to include additional information. The new document folders look like this:

You would normally access the documents using the “DOCUMENTS” tab along the top of the website page. If you want to have a quick look you can also click on the button below.

New Fire Danger Ratings 2022

On 1 September 2022, the National Council for Fire and Emergency Services launched the Australian Fire Danger Rating System.

This new system uses 4 simple ratings: moderate, high, extreme, catastrophic, to classify fire danger at fire weather districts across Australia.

Your current Fire Danger Rating can be found at

To learn more about the new fire danger rating system scroll through the document below. For further safety documentation visit the Sub Committee Tab : Safety Advisory Group. Click here

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