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It's important to:

-        Preparing your Bushfire Survival Plan

-        Understanding Fire Danger Ratings

-        Knowing your bushfire warnings.

You don’t have to live in the bush to be threatened by bushfire, just close enough to be affected by burning material, embers and smoke.

All Queenslanders should be familiar with the official Bushfire Warnings levels and have a completed Bushfire Survival Plan for action.

When there’s a bushfire in your area, it’s your responsibility to take notice, seek information, make decisions and act.

For more information head to: https://ruralfire.qld.gov.au/BushFire_Safety/Pages/Start-your-journey.aspx

and be prepared. 

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