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Schools with elevated bushfire risk on the South Coast will be temporarily closed on Tuesday, 19 September 2023 due to extreme fire danger ratings being declared. The decision was made in consultation with the NSW Rural Fire Service.  

We encourage parents and carers to always follow the advice of Police and Emergency Services during periods of heightened bushfire risk. 

The temporarily closed schools are:

Batemans Bay Public School
Bega Valley Public School
Bemboka Public School
Bermagui Public School
Bodalla Public School
Bournda Environmental Education Centre
Broulee Public School
Candelo Public School
Central Tilba Public School
Cobargo Public School
Mogo Public School
Narooma High School
Pambula Public School
Quaama Public School
Sunshine Bay Public School
Tanja Public School
Tathra Public School
Towamba Public School
Wolumla Public School
Wyndham Public School

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