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Hazard Reduction Burn Notifications

 

This page displays information on scheduled Hazard Reduction Burns for Queensland. These burns are conducted in preparation for fire season to help reduce the intensity and severity of bushfires.

Smoke may impact residents and visitors to the area. Residents in the nearby and surrounding areas should close windows and doors and if suffering from a respiratory condition, keep medications close by. Smoke can decrease visibility on the roads, so motorists are urged to drive with caution and to conditions.

​Agency:​Queensland Parks and Wildlife Services
​Date:​June 2020 - October 2020
​Burn Location:​Hull River National Park
​Areas Affected:​Smoke may be seen in the Hull Heads and Lower Tully Area
​Agency:​Queensland Parks and Wildlife Services
​Date:​June 2020 - October 2020
​Burn Location:​Mount Mackay National Park
​Areas Affected:​Smoke may be seen on the Tully-Mission Beach Road in the Mount Mackay area
​Agency:​Fireland Consultancy
​Date:​02 September - 03 December 2020
​Burn Location:​Townsville Field Training Area
​Areas Affected:​Smoke may be seen in the Dotswood and Herveys Range localities
​Agency:Round Mountain Rural Fire Brigade​
​Date:​23 October 2020
​Burn Location:Townsville Airport (Eastern side) vicinity Wirrawary Drive, John Melton Black Drive and Old Common Road
Agency:​Queensland Parks and Wildlife Services
​Date:​26 October 2020 to 30 October 2020
​Brun Location:​Bowling Green Bay National Park, Cape Cleveland and Woongaloo sections
​Areas Affected:​Smoke may be seen on the Mount Elliot, Alligator Creek sections and Cape Cleveland, Woongaloo sections of Bowling Green Bay National Park