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Qld bushfires: Yeppoon, Adelaide Park, Noosa, Cobraball, Boonah, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Rockhampton, Cunningham Highway, Rosevale



PRIME MINISTER Annastacia Pałszczuk said that next week there will be a constant danger of fire, and Wednesday is to be "a very serious day".

"We had a briefing from the office and we don't expect much rainfall until December and next year," she said.

The Meteorology Bureau predicts very high and serious fire hazards in the Southeast, Darling Downs, Granite Belt and Wide Bay.

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Acting Commissioner of Fire and Rescue Services in Queensland, Mike Wassing said the fire season began in August and could continue until next year without real rain on the horizon.

He warned that firemen had a "long distance" ahead of them.

A vision of bushfire in Lower Beechmont by the Queensland police, captured between 23.45 on Friday and 4 am on Saturday.
media_cameraA vision of bushfire in Lower Beechmont by the Queensland police, captured between 23.45 on Friday and 4 am on Saturday.
Exhausted firefighters rest by the road in Noosa Banks. Photo: Peter Wallis
media_cameraExhausted firefighters rest by the road in Noosa Banks. Photo: Peter Wallis

Wassing said dry conditions mean that firefighters fight flames in areas that have traditionally not burned.

"We still have many active fires and a high fire risk," said Wassing.

"We've had a fire hazard in Queensland since August.

"We had significant fires since the beginning of September, then again in October, and here we are at the beginning of November and many major fires again.

"We have a lot of active inland fire in Scenic Rim and the like, but they were managed very well," he said.

"The fires will continue to burn and will continue to smoke a lot, and because conditions will get worse again on Wednesday, we will expect a serious fire hazard again on Wednesday."

He said that the great fire north of Rockhampton was the culmination of two glitters that merged and will remain a problem for some time.

FULL LIST OF AREAS DURING DANGER

LEAVE NOW: Adelaide Park fire (part of the Cobraball / Bungundarra fire) at 16.45 on Monday, November 11

Bush fire warning level: WATCH AND ACT

Queensland fire and emergency services report a bushfire Adelaide Park and the conditions are getting worse.

At 16:25 a fast moving dangerous fire flowed east between Adelaide Park Road and Limestone Creek Road. Adelaide Park towards Vaughans Road. Millers Place. Mountain View Drive and Catherine Avenue. Adelaide Park. This is expected to affect Vaughans Road. Millers Place. Mountain View Drive and Catherine Avenue. Adelaide Park. A fire can have a significant impact on the community.

Follow the plan for survival in the bush. If you don't have a plan, the safest option is to leave now if it's clear. If you're not around, don't come back because the conditions are too dangerous.

On the evacuation area is located on the basketball courts at Cordingley Street, Yeppoon. Residents evacuating themselves should head east along Adelaide Park Road towards Yeppoon.

Fire brigade crews are trying to stop the fire, but firefighters may not be able to protect every property. You should not expect a fireman at the door. There may be a loss of power, water and mobile services.

People in the area will be affected by smoke, which will reduce visibility and air quality.

PREPARE FOR EXIT: Rosevale (southwest of Ipswich) bush fire at 17.00, Monday November 11.

Bush fire warning level: WATCH AND ACT

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reports a fire has broken out in Rosevale and conditions may be worse.

You must be ready to follow a bushfire survival plan. If you don't have a plan or are planning to leave, you should be ready to leave the area, as things can get worse quickly.

At 17:00, a large fire moves north-northeast towards Baker Road. Kerwitz Road and kelly and Dwyer Road. Rosevale. At the moment, real estate is not directly threatened, but it can change quickly and residents should be ready to leave the area.

Fire brigades are working to stop the fire and will stay in place all night, strengthening the stop lines. People in the area will be affected by smoke, which will reduce visibility and air quality.

The evacuation center opened at Harrisville School of Arts, Hall Street Harrisville for residents who decide to evacuate.

PREPARE FOR EXIT: Black Snake (part of Kilkivan fire) bush fire at 15.15 on Monday, November 11.

Bush fire warning level: WATCH AND ACT

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reports that a fire broke out in the Black Snake and conditions could worsen.

At 15.15 a fire burns nearby Upper Thornside Road. Thornside Road and Threlkeld Road. The fire moves south-east and is likely to hit Upper Thornside Road. Thornside Road and Threlkeld Road.

Fire brigade crews and water bombed planes work together with the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) crews to stop a fire, but firefighters may not be able to protect every property. You should not expect a fireman at the door.

PREPARE FOR EXIT: Clumber and Moogerah (south of Boonah) shrub fire at 11am on Monday, November 11.

Bush fire warning level: WATCH AND ACT

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reports that bushfire has occurred in Clumber and Moogerah and conditions may worsen.

You must be ready to follow a bushfire survival plan. If you don't have a plan or are planning to leave, you should be ready to leave the area, as things can get worse quickly.

At 11am a fire broke out continuing north-northeast towards Wilson Road.

The fire does not directly affect properties along Wilson Road, but this can change quickly, and those who have not left it should be ready to leave. Those who have left this area should not return until they are informed that it is safe to do so.

The horse shelter site is open at Boonah Showgrounds, 8 Melbourne Street.

PREPARE FOR EXIT: Mount Alphen and Double Top (part of the Clumber fire) bushfire at 16:30, Monday November 11.

Bush fire warning level: WATCH AND ACT

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reports that a fire has occurred in Mount Alphen and Double Top and conditions may worsen.

You must be ready to follow a bushfire survival plan. If you don't have a plan or are planning to leave, you should be ready to leave the area, as things can get worse quickly.

At 13 on Monday, November 11 unpredictable bushfire continues to burn north of Spicers Gap Road, near Spicers Peak in inaccessible and difficult terrain.

The bushfire continues its journey north, northeast towards Mount Mathieson and Cunningham Highway. The fire will probably affect the Cunningham Highway.

Fire brigade crews performed significant overnight reversing operations and are continuing further reversing to stop the fire. Aircraft water bombs and heavy machinery also help ground crews, however, firefighters may not be able to protect every property. You should not expect a fireman at the door.

A horse shelter has been opened at Boonah Showgrounds, 8 Melbourne Street.

PREPARE FOR EXIT: Tarome fire at 16.40, Monday, November 11.

Bush fire warning level: WATCH AND ACT

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reports that a fire has started in Tarome and conditions may worsen.

You must be ready to follow a bushfire survival plan. If you don't have a plan or are planning to leave, you should be ready to leave the area, as things can get worse quickly.

Currently at 13 on Monday 11 November the fire continues to flow northeast toward Merlehan Road, Tarome Road and Logan Lane. The fire has no direct effect on the properties, but it can change quickly, and those who have not left it should be ready to go out.

Those who have left this area should not return until they are informed that it is safe to do so.

Fire brigade crews are trying to stop the fire, supported by water bombardment aircraft and heavy equipment. Firefighters may not be able to protect every property. You should not expect a fireman at the door.

The horse shelter site is open at Boonah Showgrounds, 8 Melbourne Street.

5.55afternoon, Monday, November 11.

Bush fire warning level: WATCH AND ACT

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reports that a fire broke out in Cobraball, Bungundarra, Maryvale and Lake Mary and conditions could worsen.

You must be ready to follow a bushfire survival plan. If you don't have a plan or are planning to leave, you should be ready to leave the area, as things can get worse quickly.

At 17.55 a slow but dangerous fire continues Cobraball towards Bungundarra. Maryvale and Lake mary. The fire is still hitting Mount lizardEast of Evans Road, south of Mapes Road, south of Ingrey RoadEast of Serpentine Road and north of Cobraball Road. It is expected that the fire will have a significant impact on the community.

Fire brigades have conducted reversals today and are still working to stop the fire, but firefighters may not be able to protect every property. You should not expect a fireman at the door.

The evacuation area is located on the basketball courts at Cordingley Street, Yeppoon.

PREPARE FOR EXIT: Clumber and Moogerah (south of Boonah) bushfire at 13:00 on Monday, November 11.

Bush fire warning level: WATCH AND ACT

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reports that bushfire has occurred in Clumber and Moogerah and conditions may worsen.

You must be ready to follow a bushfire survival plan. If you don't have a plan or are planning to leave, you should be ready to leave the area, as things can get worse quickly.

At 13 on Monday, November 11 the fire continues to flow northeast towards Wilson Road. The fire does not directly affect properties along Wilson Road, but this can change quickly, and those who have not left it should be ready to leave. Those who have left this area should not return until they are informed that it is safe to do so.

The crews will continue to patrol and monitor this area today, with the support of water bombarding aircraft and heavy machinery. Firefighters may not be able to protect every property. You should not expect a fireman at the door.

The horse shelter site is open at Boonah Showgrounds, 8 Melbourne Street.

PREPARE FOR EXIT: Rosevale (southwest of Ipswich) bushfire at 13.10 Monday November 11.

Bush fire warning level: WATCH AND ACT

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reports a fire has broken out in Rosevale and conditions may be worse.

You must be ready to follow a bushfire survival plan. If you don't have a plan or are planning to leave, you should be ready to leave the area, as things can get worse quickly.

Currently at 13:10, Monday November 11 a great fire flows north, northeast towards Baker Road, Kerwitz Road and Kelly and Dwyer Road, Rosevale. At the moment, real estate is not directly threatened, but it can change quickly and residents should be ready to leave the area.

Fire brigade crews are trying to stop the fire with the support of water bombarding aircraft and heavy equipment. Firefighters may not be able to protect every property. You should not expect a fireman at the door.

People in the area will be affected by smoke, which will reduce visibility and air quality.

PREPARE FOR EXIT: Adelaide Park (part of the Cobraball / Bungundarra fire) shrub fire at 5am on Monday, November 11

Bush fire warning level: WATCH AND ACT

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reports that a fire has occurred in Adelaide Park (part of the Cobraball / Bungundarra fire) and conditions may worsen.

You must be ready to follow a bushfire survival plan. If you don't have a plan or are planning to leave, you should be ready to leave the area, as things can get worse quickly.

Currently at 5 am on Monday November 11 a dangerous fire flows from the Coast Range towards Howes Road, Adelaide Park.

Fire brigade crews will continue to carry out reversing operations in an effort to stop the fire, but firefighters may not be able to protect every property. You should not expect a fireman at the door.

Residents near Neils Road and Adelaide Park Road are no longer required to seek shelter, but they should remain vigilant and keep abreast of bushfire warnings in the area.

The evacuation area is located on the basketball courts at Cordingley Street, Yeppoon.

A separate bush fire warning is applicable to residents of Cobraball, Bungundarra, Maryvale and Lake Mary. These residents should read the bushfire warning for Cobraball / Bungundarra / Maryvale / Lake Mary.

People in the area will be affected by smoke, which will reduce visibility and air quality.

PREPARE FOR EXIT : Cobraball / Bungundarra / Maryvale / Lake Mary bushes fire at 5 am Mon November 11.

Bush fire warning level: WATCH AND ACT

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reports that a fire broke out in Cobraball, Bungundarra, Maryvale and Lake Mary and conditions could worsen.

You must be ready to follow a bushfire survival plan. If you don't have a plan or are planning to leave, you should be ready to leave the area, as things can get worse quickly.

On Monday, November 11, a dangerous fire sets off at 5am Cobraball towards Bungundarra, Maryvale and Lake Mary.

The fire is currently affecting Mount Lizard, east of Evans Road, south of Mapes Road, south of Ingrey Road, east of Serpentine Road and north of Cobraball Road. It is expected that the fire will have a significant impact on the community.

Fire brigade crews are continuing their reversing operations today in an effort to stop the fire, but firefighters may not be able to protect every property. You should not expect a fireman at the door.

The evacuation area is located on the basketball courts at Cordingley Street, Yeppoon.

People in the area will be affected by smoke, which will reduce visibility and air quality.

PREPARE FOR EXIT: Bushfires at Thornton and Lefthand Branch at 2.35 in the morning, Monday, November 11

Bush fire warning level: WATCH AND ACT

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reports that a fire broke out in Thornton and Lefthand Branch and conditions could worsen.

You must be ready to follow a bushfire survival plan. If you don't have a plan or are planning to leave, you should be ready to leave the area, as things can get worse quickly.

At 2:35 on Monday, November 11, slow fire is still burning west of Main Camp Creek Road, Thornton School Road, Kowaltzke Road and Pitman Road, Thornton. It burns to the north-east, but no houses are currently under immediate threat.

Fire crews remain on stage, trying to stop the fire and will continue to monitor the area. Firefighters may not be able to protect every property. You should not expect a fireman at the door.

People in the area will be affected by smoke, which will reduce visibility and air quality.

The evacuation center at Laidley Sports Complex has been closed.

PREPARE FOR EXIT: Alphen Mountain and Double Top (part of the Clumber fire) bush fire at 2.25 on Monday November 11

Bush fire warning level: WATCH AND ACT

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reports that it exists bushfire at Mount Alphen and Double Top and conditions can get worse.

You must be ready to follow a bushfire survival plan. If you don't have a plan or are planning to leave, you should be ready to leave the area, as things can get worse quickly.

At 2.25 on Monday, November 11:The unpredictable bushfire continues to burn north of Spicers Gap Road in inaccessible and difficult terrain, between Mount Alphen and Double Top.

A bushfire flows northeast towards east toward Mathieson Mountain and Cunningham Highway. The fire is expected to hit the Cunningham Highway.

Fire crews are working to stop the fire and will continue to monitor the area overnight. Firefighters may not be able to protect every property. You should not expect a fireman at the door.

The horse shelter site remains open at Boonah Showgrounds, 8 Melbourne Street.

People in the area will be affected by smoke, including drivers on the Cunningham Highway, which will reduce visibility and air quality.

PREPARE FOR EXIT: Cobraball / Bungundarra / Maryvale / Lake Mary bushfire at 2:35 on Monday, November 11

Bush fire warning level: WATCH AND ACT

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reports that a fire broke out in Cobraball, Bungundarra, Maryvale and Lake Mary and conditions could worsen.

You must be ready to follow a bushfire survival plan. If you don't have a plan or are planning to leave, you should be ready to leave the area, as things can get worse quickly.

On Monday, November 11 at 2.15 a dangerous fire arrives Cobraball towards Bungundarra, Maryvale and Lake Mary. The fire is currently striking Mount Lizard, east of Evans Road, south of Mapes Road, south of Ingrey Road, east of Serpentine Road and north of Cobraball Road. It is expected that the fire will have a significant impact on the community.

Fire crews will carry out arson operations day by day, trying to stop the fire, but firefighters may not be able to protect every property. You should not expect a fireman at the door.

The evacuation area is located on the basketball courts at Cordingley Street, Yeppoon.

PREPARE FOR EXIT: Clumber and Moogerah (south of Boonah) bushfire at 16.20 Monday 11 November.

Bush fire warning level: WATCH AND ACT

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reports that bushfire has occurred in Clumber and Moogerah and conditions may worsen.

You must be ready to follow a bushfire survival plan. If you don't have a plan or are planning to leave, you should be ready to leave the area, as things can get worse quickly.

Currently at 16.20 the fire continues its journey north, northeast towards Wilson Road. The fire does not directly affect properties along Wilson Road, but this can change quickly, and those who have not left it should be ready to leave.

Firefighters may not be able to protect every property. You should not expect a fireman at the door.

The horse shelter site is open at Boonah Showgrounds, 8 Melbourne Street.

PREPARE FOR EXIT: Rosevale bush fire at 2.15 on Monday, November 11.

Bush fire warning level: WATCH AND ACT

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reports a fire has broken out in Rosevale and conditions may be worse.

You must be ready to follow a bushfire survival plan. If you don't have a plan or are planning to leave, you should be ready to leave the area, as things can get worse quickly.

Currently at 2.15 on Monday November 10 a great fire burns south of Baker Road, Kerwitz Road, Kelly and Dwyer Road, Rosevale. It travels north, northeast and is expected to affect Baker Road, Kerwitz Road and Kelly and Dwyer Road, Rosevale on Monday.

Fire crews are working to stop the fire and will continue to monitor the area overnight. Firefighters may not be able to protect every property. You should not expect a fireman at the door.

People in the area will be affected by smoke, which will reduce visibility and air quality.

Stay updated: Lefthand branch (formerly Thornton and Lefthand Branch) bush fire at 17.50, Monday, November 11.

Bush fire warning level: ADVICE

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reports that a very large fire is burning in the east Lefthand Branch Road. Lefthand branch.

This fire burns in inaccessible terrain. Fire brigade crews are still building safety lines and will stay in place overnight to patrol and monitor the fire.

People in the area will be affected by smoke, which will reduce visibility and air quality.

The evacuation center at Laidley Sports Complex has been closed.

Keep up to date: fire in lower Beechmont at 17.10 on Monday, November 11

Bush fire warning level: ADVICE

At 17.10 the fire burned in inaccessible terrain west of North road. Freemans Road and Outlook Avenue. Lower Beechmont.

It travels east but will probably not affect any properties, however residents should be informed.

Firefighters are building safety lines and will stay in place overnight.

Keep up to date: Laidley Creek West and the fire in Mulgów at 17.20 on Monday, November 11

Bush fire warning level: ADVICE

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reports that a fire broke out in the city Laidley Creek West and Mulgowie.

At 17.20 the fire is still burning near the boundary lines Mcgarrigal Road and Laidley Creek West Road.

Firefighters will remain on stage patrolling and monitoring the area overnight.

Keep up to date: Bushfire in Tarampa (near Coominya) at 2.10pm, Monday, November 11

Bush fire warning level: ADVICE

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reports that a fire broke out in the city Mount Tarampa. It burns close Clarendon Road and Coominya Connection Road.

The crews work along Clarendon Road and Coominya Connection Road, trying to stop the fire. Drivers in the area are advised to use caution and driving conditions.

People in the area will be affected by smoke, which will reduce visibility and air quality.

Stay tuned: Ridge South park fire at 14:15 on Monday, November 11

Bush fire warning level: ADVICE

At 15.15 a fire is burning nearby Mount Lindesay Highway and Stoney Camp Road.

The crews work to stop the fire and can operate on the side of the road in the area. Smoke affects visibility on the Mount Lindesay highway, so drivers are advised to exercise caution and driving conditions.

People in the area will be affected by smoke, which will reduce visibility and air quality.

Stay tuned: grass fire south of Bloomsbury at 23:25 on Monday, November 11

Bush fire warning level: ADVICE

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reports that a fire broke out in the city Bloomsbury in the neighbourhood Peters Road and Bruce Highwaysouth of Bloomsbury.

People in the area will be affected by smoke that will reduce visibility and air quality.

Drivers on the Bruce Highway are encouraged to drive with caution and conditions.

Keep up to date: Ellerbeck bushfire (north of Cardwell) at 23:25 on Monday, November 11

Bush fire warning level: ADVICE

A fire is burning nearby Clift Road. Ellerbeck.

The crews retreat, trying to stop the fire. It is expected that the fire will burn in the next few days and the Bruce highway will be visible.

People in the area will be affected by smoke, which will reduce visibility and air quality.

Keep up to date: Jimna bushfire at 15.15 Monday, November 11

Bush fire warning level: ADVICE

At 15.15, firefighters worked to stop a bushfire burning northwest and southwest of the town Imnah. QFES helps HQ Plantations strengthen the boundary lines. People in the area will be affected by smoke, which will reduce visibility and air quality.

Keep up to date: Monsildale fire (northeast of Linville) at 15.20 on Monday, November 11

Bush fire warning level: ADVICE

At 15.20, Queensland Fire and Emergency Services informs that a fire was burning in Monsildale east and west Monsildale Road, Near Louisavale Road and Browns Creek Road in Jimna State Forest and Conondale National Park.

The crews work with the National Parks and Wildlife Service to monitor the fire and further strengthen deterrent lines. People in the area will be affected by smoke, which will reduce visibility and air quality. Currently, real estate is not directly at risk.


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