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Hazard reduction burn at Alexandra Hills: Wednesday 22 May


We are carrying out a hazard reduction burn today at Alexandra Circuit Bushland Refuge, Alexandra Hills. Although there are ideal conditions for a burn today, the cooler weather and cloud cover is keeping the smoke down, resulting in reports of smoke coming from surrounding suburbs. Residents can be assured that the burn is under control  Continue reading…

Scheduled hazard reduction burns: Redland Bay, Alexandra Hills, Capalaba


We will be carrying out hazard reduction burns (weather permitting) on the following days: Rescheduled – date to be confirmed – Serpentine Creek Cemetery, Redland Bay Wednesday 22 May – Alexandra Circuit Bushland Refuge, Alexandra Hills Wednesday 29 May – Swampbox Conservation Area, Capalaba  See maps below for exact areas. While all attempts will be made to  Continue reading…

Scheduled hazard reduction burn today on Straddie


The Department of Natural Resources and Mines is undertaking a planned burn today at Rainbow Crescent, Dunwich on North Stradbroke Island. Planned burns are necessary to reduce the volume of forest litter fuel to assist with hazard reduction and provide conditions essential for native plant species regeneration. It is appreciated that these burns may cause  Continue reading…

Thornlands hazard reduction burn postponed until tomorrow


The hazard reduction burn scheduled for today (Thursday 2 May) at Dinwoodie Road, Thornlands  has been postponed due to high winds forecast for this afternoon. Weather permitting, it will now take place tomorrow, Friday 3 May. While all attempts will be made to limit any smoke hazards, there may be partial road closures and minor delays. For  Continue reading…

Scheduled hazard reduction burns: Capalaba, Thornlands, Redland Bay, North Stradbroke Island


We will be carrying out hazard reduction burns (weather permitting) on the following days:  Tuesday 30 April – Howlett Road, Capalaba. Tuesday 30 April – Illawong Crescent, Dunwich (in conjunction with the Queensland Government Department of Natural Resources and Mines). Tuesday 30 April – East Treatment Plant, Point Lookout (in conjunction with the Queensland Government Department  Continue reading…