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Sydney climate: Complete fireplace ban as metropolis to mark hottest September day in yearsSydney, the Hunter and two other regions of NSW will have total fire bans on Wednesday as the temperature spikes into the 30s and winds pick up. The ban comes as 115 firefighters battled to bring an out-of-control grassfire at Beacon Hill to a halt using water tankers and back-burning near houses in the area.  The blaze came within range of homes and Oxford Falls Grammar School but, by mid afternoon on…

Sydney climate: Complete fireplace ban as metropolis to mark hottest September day in yearsSydney, the Hunter and two other regions of NSW will have total fire bans on Wednesday as the temperature spikes into the 30s and winds pick up. The ban comes as 115 firefighters battled to bring an out-of-control grassfire at Beacon Hill to a halt using water tankers and back-burning near houses in the area. The blaze came within range of homes and Oxford Falls Grammar School but, by mid afternoon on…

When the FDR (Fire Danger Rating) is Extreme or Catastrophic for an area it means any fires that start are likely to be so fierce that even a well prepared, well constructed and actively defended home may not survive a fire.

In all seriousness, Australia often endures extreme weather including bushfires, floods and cyclones. Ours is a nation with a Catastrophic Fire Danger Rating (even higher than Extreme). So take care people.

Firemen fleeing black Black Saturday bush fires in Australia.  February 2009.

Photograph by Alex Coppel, My Shot A fire truck quickly leaves the scene of the mammoth Black Saturday bushfires in Victoria, Australia. The fires claimed nearly 200 lives and homes in

"The 2009 Black Saturday bushfires in Victoria were the most devastating in Australian history, and Australia’s worst peacetime disaster. It was through aerial photography, including this one by Mark Dadswell, that Australians were able to grasp the sheer magnitude of the disaster."

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"The 2009 Black Saturday bushfires in Victoria were the most devastating in Australian history, and Australia’s worst peacetime disaster. It was through aerial photography, including this one by Mark Dadswell, that Australians were able to grasp the sheer magnitude of the disaster."

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Paul and Karen Bousfield pick through the rubble of their home in Buena Vista Rd, Winmalee. Photo: Dallas Kilponen Read more: h.

Bushfires in Australia, wildlife rescue. <3

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A firefighter gives water to a koala during the devastating Black Saturday bushfires that burned across Victoria, Australia, in Koalas will drink water if there is a bush fire or it is too hot. Normally they get their water from eating eucalyptus leaves.

Sam, a female koala was found by fireman Dave Tree during the bushfires in Australia. He found her in a forest during the blaze. She was very thirsty and had suffered some burns. But she has now recovered and even found herself a mate. By Gothina

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Firefighter giving koala water during the Black Saturday bushfires, Temperatures reached 46 degrees Celsius °F) Victoria Australia. This makes my heart melt(:

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