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"The disastrous bushfires of recent years don’t have to be repeated"
Low Fuel Loads Are The Key
"The disastrous bushfires of recent years don’t have to be repeated"

Do you live in the metro area or a large town?

Even if you live in suburbia you are not free of danger from fire, except perhaps in older, more densely built up areas.

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Do you live on or own property in the country?

If you live in a rural area or on the fringes of the city or a country town, you need to be pro-active ahead of each summer.

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What about Crown land?

What are we talking about here? Any land covered with forest or woodland on Crown land including national parks., state forest, nature reserves & miscellaneous reserves.

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Three Bushfire Facts everybody should know


Fire is an inescapable and hugely important part of the Australian environment. Not just because of the damage caused by bushfires, but also because fire is a critical factor in the management of virtually all types of land in Australia, even in suburbia.


Why are we bothered about all this? Because we have had a series of disastrous bushfires in Western Australia in recent years. Look at this list, which covers the period 2003-2016.


The critical factor in bushfire management is the fuel load, the amount of leaf litter, fallen twigs and shrub growth on an area. If fuel loads are kept within certain limits a bushfire will have minimal impact and will be easily (and safely) controllable.

The problem is the greatly increasing number and severity of serious bushfires in Western Australia. For example, here is the graph showing the extent of bushfires in our Crown forested areas in the South West of the state. You see we have a problem! Clearly, the current Statewide system for keeping bushfires to a minimum is failing, and drastic measure need to be taken to retrieve the situation.

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16 Jul 2019

Protecting Towns From Bushfires

  The disastrous bushfire that destroyed the town of Yarloop has brought into sharp focus the danger that exists for several towns in the south-west part of Western Australia. Towns at risk in...

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408 Homes Lost
170,000 ha Crops Burnt
227,000 ha Forest Damaged
8600 ha Pines Lost
6 Lives Lost