As Australian firefighters continue to endure the early start to the season, firefighting resources are being pushed and pulled across the country. On the 8th of November, the Australian Defence Force began assisting with the firefighting efforts.
Friday the 8th of November 2019 will be a day long remembered. NSW and QLD saw some of the most devastating fires and weather conditions in recent memory. NSW in particular at one point...
The far northeast corner of NSW has certainly seen some action lately with large running bushfires around the Tabulam area. Local crews assisted by strike teams from both NSW and QLD have been working the fires for days.
FRNSW Station 514 Banora Point got in touch with us to share their bodycam footage – and it’s awesome!
This is possibly the most Australian thing you’ll see all day. A composite crew of firefighters were working on the North Stradbroke Island bushfire in Queensland when they happened to be filming their arrival and noticed something move above the driver.
A number of fires were started by lightning strikes on Wednesday near Nullagine, Western Australia. Pushed along by winds and dry conditions, the fires combined the next day to form a single 55,000 hectare fire!
These are some of the best fireground photos we’ve seen this year. This really does show the brutal conditions firies were working under!