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To contact all emergency services in Australia including
AMBULANCE, FIRE, and POLICE, dial '000'

How does '000' work'

'000' calls are currently answered by a Telstra Operator who will ask which service you require

ie Police, Fire or Ambulance.

Calling '000' from a mobile phone

'000' calls are free on all mobile phones. From analogue phones, dialling '000' will connect the caller, although many newer digital mobile phones require the user to dial 112, the international standard emergency number. Consult your carrier if you are uncertain how to access the "000" emergency network.

Emergency Call Dial Triple Zero 000
or police, fire or ambulance in a life or property threatening time critical emergency situation from all telephones (landline, mobile phones and payphones) in Australia. Information about calling Triple Zero (000) from voice over internet protocol is available.

For more information about triple zero (000) go to www.triplezero.gov.au.


Text emergency call Dial 106
if you are deaf or have a speech or hearing impairment. You can call 106 using your TTY or computer with modem access to police or ambulance in a time critical emergency.

  112
is the GSM international standard emergency number which can only be dialled on digital mobile phones.  112 can be dialled anywhere in the world with GSM coverage and automatically translated to that country's emergency number

  Dial 13 14 50
One of Australia's largest telecommunications provider, Telstra offers a 24 hours translation and interpreter service. To access it, dial 13 14 50
 
State Emergency Service  
Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria
• Emergency Assistance in Floods & Storms
132 500

Tasmania and Northern Territory
• The number 131 444 is used for non-emergency police.
there is no state-wide telephone number - you will need to call the individual units.

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