Trail of damage

A farmer in Bassed Rd, Garfield North was determined to save his tractor.  He parked his tractor in an open paddock with no pasture. 

But, the fire roared through the property with such force the tractor blew up, leaving only the charred remains standing.  Photographs courtesy SHERRYN CLARKE.

Twenty nine residential properties have been destroyed in the Bunyip Complex fire. A total of 272 houses were saved. Two residences are damaged but habitable and 67 outbuildings and sheds have been destroyed in the fire which has burnt out

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Uncontrollable fire

Horrific weather conditions contributed to making the Bunyip State Park fire being “very, very complex” and very difficult to plan and fight.

Horrific weather conditions contributed to making the Bunyip State Park fire being “very, very complex” and very difficult to plan and fight. CFA assistant chief officer said he had worked on fires in the Bunyip State Park in 2003, 2006,

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