Why not join us for this great fundraising event! A great day and a great way to help your Chelsea SES!
Welcome to Chelsea SES
Welcome to the Chelsea SES Website. Here you can find out how to join the team, what we do, who we are, and even learn some of our language. There are pictures of us in action and the vehicles and equipment that we use. We hope that you find this site interesting and easy to navigate.
As one of the States longest established units, Chelsea SES performs a wide variety of services including, General Rescue, Search and Rescue, Storm Damage as well as being the base for 3 IRB's (Inflatable rubber Boats) and boat crews for Flood and inland water Rescue.
Our service area is amongst the largest in the Central Region with our borders being, Eel Race Road at Seaford, The Mornington Peninsula Freeway, Springvale Road to Lower Dandenong Road and Balcombe Road to the beach including Aspendale Gardens, Waterways and Patterson Lakes as well as the largely industrial suburb of Braeside.
Unlike some other community emergency organisations, at unit level, the SES is manned totally by volunteers. We currently have approximately 45 operational and non-operational members and are constantly looking for more members to join us. You can find out how easy it is to become a part of our team on the "Join The SES" page on this site.
This site is aimed at every member of the community that live, work and go to school in our operational area. There will be regular updates posted to keep you informed of operational events and any up coming public relations events.
Our aim is to keep you informed about the job we do and the people who do it. Thanks for visiting our site. Stay a while and explore a little, you might just find something you didn't expect.
Edithvale Tin Shake 2014
Chelsea SES Volunteers Shake Their Cans
Lots of empty tins to fill
Chelsea volunteers converged on the intersection of Edithvale Road and Nepean Highway this morning (01/03/2014) to launch Autumn with a bang for one of our biggest fundraising days of the year.
Last Updated (Sunday, 02 March 2014 10:52)
Like birds of a feather
The distressed bird caught in a tree
Last Updated (Saturday, 25 January 2014 15:43)
Chelsea members on the road again
Fire down below
Once again, Chelsea SES members have answered the call to assist outside of our area, this time on deployment to aasist with the fires in Gippsland in and around the Hazlewood and Yallourn open cut mine fire.
Last Updated (Monday, 17 February 2014 20:10)
Paddy's Big Day Out
Thanks Paddy, come back soon!
The start of a big day for Paddy
At the end of what has been a very busy week here in Chelsea for Paddy the Platypus, the last day of his visit to Chelsea unit was no different. Saturday (16/11/2013) began early when he joined members at Woolworths Supermarket in Chelsea for a fundraising barbeque with Chelsea volunteer members, Desanka, Chris and Hans and to meet the locals in time for some well earned hugs from everyone from the young to the not so young.
Last Updated (Sunday, 17 November 2013 17:14)