The Aftermath Of Bushfires


Wild galah flock at Hughenden in Outback Qld. A community who have seen both flood and fire in the past.


Arguably Australia’s most famous poem, “My Country” by Dorothea Mackellar still accurately describes Australia more than a hundred years after it was first penned. It also helps capture why when Australia has a natural disaster like a bushfire, there is nothing half-hearted about that disaster.  Australia is a sunburnt country and this summer is proving no exception.


The Australian landscape and climate favours certain types ...


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