Bushfire alerts and warnings

This section has information on bushfire alerts and warnings, fire permits, survival plans and fire management in the Northern Territory (NT).

In an emergency

In a bushfire emergency, phone 000 and ask for bushfire help.

Bushfires NT publishes messages here when there is an emergency.

Current bushfire information messages

Bushfire information messages

For current bushfire alerts and warnings go to the SecureNT website.

Message Issued Details View Message
5 November 2018
3:00pm
Stuart Highway between Kentish Road and Livingstone Road, Livingstone
Status: Under Control - The fire is at a stage where fire fighting resources are only required for patrol purposes and major re-ignition is unlikely. Alert Level: Advice: A planned burn will commence at 1600hrs Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside. Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. It is expected this situation may continue until: 05112018 20:00 Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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3 November 2018
1:36pm
Stuart Highway between Kentish Road and Townend Road, Livingstone
BUSHFIRES NT MESSAGE: Planned Burn ALERT LEVEL: Planned Burn Advice - Firefighters are managing the burn but visibility may be affected. FIRE TYPE: Bushfire. INFORMATION CURRENT AS AT: 03/10/2018 12:00 STATUS: Planned Burn - A planned burn is currently underway. ADVICE TO THE PUBLIC: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ IT IS EXPECTED THIS SITUATION MAY CONTINUE UNTIL: 03/11/2018 18:30 INFORMATION AUTHORISED BY: Senior Fire Control Officer RESPONSIBLE AGENCY: Bushfires NT, Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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2 November 2018
3:45pm
Katherine Region
Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Stuart Highway between Carson Drive and Ross Road, Katherine Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions.
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29 October 2018
3:00pm
LOCATION: Haynes Road, Adelaide River
BUSHFIRES NT MESSAGE: ADVICE ALERT LEVEL: Advice - A fire has started in the Area. Monitor the situation for changes. FIRE TYPE: Bushfire. INFORMATION CURRENT AS AT: 29/10/2018 15:00 STATUS: GOING - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. RISKS FACED BY PEOPLE IN THE AREA: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility. ADVICE TO THE PUBLIC: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. IT IS EXPECTED THIS SITUATION MAY CONTINUE UNTIL: 29/10/2018 16:00 INFORMATION AUTHORISED BY: Senior Fire Control Officer RESPONSIBLE AGENCY: Bushfires NT, Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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2 October 2018
4:40pm
Top End Region
BUSHFIRE INFORMATION MESSAGE – ADVICE New Bushfire Alert or Information Message from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire - Information Current as at: 02/10/2018 16:20 Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started in the area. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Location: Keep River- Border of NT and WA Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside, A bushfire is running or contained under very high to extreme weather conditions Advice to the Public: Advice to the Public: - There is currently a fire burning in the area between Keep River National Park (NT) and Kununurra (WA). The Victoria Highway has been reopened between the Timber Creek Community (NT) and Crossing Falls Road (Kununurra, WA). Crews are working near the road and there will be smoke visible from the road. Keep River National Park (NT) remains closed due to the fire. For further information on road closures please check https://roadreport.nt.gov.au/road-map It is expected this situation may continue until: 03/10/2018 11:30 Information Authorised By: Chief Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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2 October 2018
1:40pm
Top End Region
BUSHFIRE INFORMATION MESSAGE – ADVICE New Bushfire Alert or Information Message from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire - Information Current as at: 02/10/2018 12:55 Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Location: Keep River- Border of NT and WA Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside, A bushfire is running or contained under very high to extreme weather conditions Advice to the Public: There is currently a fire burning in the area between Keep River National Park (NT) and Kununurra (WA). As a result of this the Victoria Highway has been closed between the Timber Creek Community (NT) and Crossing Falls Road (Kununurra, WA). Keep River National Park has also been closed due to the fire. For further information on road closures please check https://roadreport.nt.gov.au/road-map It is expected this situation may continue until: 02/10/2018 17:00 Information Authorised By: Chief Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources *** PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS E-MAIL ***
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30 September 2018
12:40pm
Top End Region
BUSHFIRE INFORMATION MESSAGE – WATCH AND ACT New Bushfire Alert or Information Message from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Meade Road, Darwin River Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Watch and Act - There is a heightened level of threat. Conditions are changing and you need to start taking action now to protect you and your family. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside, A bushfire is running or contained under very high to extreme weather conditions, Bushfires NT is primarily undertaking defensive strategies to protect lives and property Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 30/09/2018 14:00 Information Authorised By: Chief Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources Information Current as at: 30/09/2018 12:30*** Contact Mark Wilton 0436 629 713
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30 September 2018
11:00am
Top End Region
BUSHFIRE INFORMATION MESSAGE – ADVICE New Bushfire Alert or Information Message from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Meade Road, Darwin River Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside, A bushfire is running or contained under very high to extreme weather conditions Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 30/09/2018 13:00 Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources Information Current as at: 30/09/2018 11:00
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30 September 2018
10:30am
Top End Region
BUSHFIRE INFORMATION MESSAGE – WATCH AND ACT New Bushfire Alert or Information Message from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Russ Road, Cnr Reedbeds Rd and Old Bynoe Road, Darwin River Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Watch and Act - There is a heightened level of threat. Conditions are changing and you need to start taking action now to protect you and your family. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside, A bushfire is running or contained under very high to extreme weather conditions, Bushfires NT is primarily undertaking defensive strategies to protect lives and property Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 30/09/2018 12:00 Information Authorised By: Chief Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources Information Current as at: 30/09/2018 10:25***
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19 September 2018
8:43am
Top End Region: Arnhem Highway, Wak Wak
New Bushfire Alert or Information Message from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Arnhem Highway Wak Wak Window on the Wetlands Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside, A bushfire is running or contained under very high to extreme weather conditions Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 19/09/2018 11:00 Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources Information Current as at: 19/09/2018 08:13
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17 September 2018
5:50pm
Top End Region - Leonino Road - Update
BUSHFIRE INFORMATION MESSAGE – ADVICE New Bushfire Alert or Information Message from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Leonino Road, Darwin River Status: Being Controlled - Effective strategies are in operation or planned for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside, A bushfire is running or contained under very high to extreme weather conditions Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 17/09/2018 19:00 Information Authorised By: Chief Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources Information Current as at: 17/09/2018 16:51 *** PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS E-MAIL *** Contact Andrew Turner 8922 0844 ***
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17 September 2018
5:45pm
Top End Region
BUSHFIRE INFORMATION MESSAGE – ADVICE New Bushfire Alert or Information Message from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Wyatt Road, Marrakai Status: Being Controlled - Effective strategies are in operation or planned for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside, A bushfire is running or contained under very high to extreme weather conditions Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 17/09/2018 19:00 Information Authorised By: Chief Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources Information Current as at: 17/09/2018 16:51 *** PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS E-MAIL *** Contact Andrew Turner 8922 0844 ***
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17 September 2018
3:31pm
Top End - Wyatt Road, Marrakai
Fire Type: Bushfire Alert Level: Watch and Act – There is a heightened level of threat. Conditions are changing and you need to start taking action now to protect you and your family. Location: Wyatt Road Marrakai Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, active fire may occur close to the roadside, firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside, a bushfire is running or contained under very high to extreme weather conditions, Bushfires NT is primarily undertaking defensive strategies to protect lives and property. Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 17/09/2018 15:00 Information Authorised By: Chief Fire Control Officer Information Current as at: 17/09/2018 13:46
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17 September 2018
3:25pm
Top End - Leonino Road, Darwin River
Fire Type: BushfireLocation: Leonino Road, Darwin RiverStatus: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter.Alert Level: Watch and Act - There is a heightened level of threat. Conditions are changing and you need to start taking action now to protect you and your family.Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, active fire may occur close to the roadside, firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside, a bushfire is running or contained under very high to extreme weather conditions, Bushfires NT is primarily undertaking defensive strategies to protect lives and property.Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. It is expected this situation may continue until: 17092018 16:00Information Authorised By: Chief Fire Control OfficerResponsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Department of Environment and Natural ResourcesInformation Current as at: 17092018 14:00Information Authorised By: Chief Fire Control OfficerInformation Current as at: 17092018 13:46
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16 September 2018
8:20am
Top End Region
New Bushfire Advice Message from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Darwin River Road at Darwin River Crossing Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 16/09/2018 12:00 hours (12:00pm) Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources Information Current as at: 16/09/2018 08:03hours (8:03am)
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15 September 2018
1:15pm
Top End Region
New Bushfire Alert or Information Message from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Corner of Letchford Road and Meade Road, Darwin River Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 15/09/2018 15:00 Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources Information Current as at: 15/09/2018 13:08 hours
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15 September 2018
12:30pm
Top End Region
New Bushfire Advice Message from Bushfires NTFire Type: BushfireLocation: South of Leonino Road between Darwin River Road and Reedbeeds Road, Darwin RiverStatus: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter.Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes.Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadsideAdvice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https:securent.nt.gov.auIt is expected this situation may continue until: 15092018 15:00
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14 September 2018
11:32am
Location: Reedbeds Road, Woodfords Lagoon Darwin River
New Bushfire Alert or Information Message from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Reedbeds Road, Woodfords Lagoon Darwin River Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Watch and Act - There is a heightened level of threat. Conditions are changing and you need to start taking action now to protect you and your family. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside, A bushfire is running or contained under very high to extreme weather conditions, Bushfires NT is primarily undertaking defensive strategies to protect lives and property Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 14/09/2018 15:00 Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources Information Current as at: 14/09/2018 11:32
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10 September 2018
12:00am
FINN ROAD BERRY SPRINGS
New Bushfire Alert or Information Message from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire Location: West of Finn Rd South of Hardy's Creek, Berry Springs Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Active fire may occur close to the roadside, a bushfire is running or contained under very high to extreme weather conditions Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 10/09/2018 15:00 Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources Information Current as at: 10/09/2018 11:38
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6 September 2018
10:20pm
Top End Region - Updated information
Updated Bushfire Alert Message from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Solomon Road between Miles Road and Cheeney Road, Batchelor. Status: Being Controlled - Effective strategies are in operation or planned for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Advice - There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside, Active fire may occur close to the roadside. Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 07/09/2018 10:00 hours (10.00am) Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources Information Current as at: 06/09/2018 22:00 hours (10.00pm)
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6 September 2018
7:15pm
Top End Region
New Bushfire Alert Message from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Solomon Road between Miles Road and Cheeney Road, Batchelor. Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Watch and Act - There is a heightened level of threat. Conditions are changing and you need to start taking action now to protect you and your family. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside, Bushfires NT is primarily undertaking defensive strategies to protect lives and property Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 06/09/2018 23:30 hours (11.30pm) Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources Information Current as at: 06/09/2018 19:00 hours (7.00pm)
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6 September 2018
1:14pm
Top End Region
New Bushfire Advice Message from Bushfires NTFire Type: BushfireLocation: Victoria Highway - 17km South of KatherineStatus: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter.Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes.Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside.Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https:securent.nt.gov.auIt is expected this situation may continue until: 06092018 16:30 hours (4.30pm)Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control OfficerResponsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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26 August 2018
1:45pm
Top End Region
New Bushfire Alert or Information Message from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Corner of Stuart Highway and Jenkins Road, Noonamah Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside, Bushfires NT is primarily undertaking defensive strategies to protect lives and property Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 26/08/2018 17:00:08 Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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20 August 2018
8:44am
Victoria Hwy beween King River and Limestone Creek roadside rest area
New Bushfire Alert or Information Message from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Victoria Highway between King River and Limestone Creek roadside rest area Status: Being Controlled - Effective strategies are in operation or planned for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside It is expected this situation may continue until: 20/08/2018 16:00:00 Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources For information about other incidents or air quality relating to smoke go to the following websites: https://securent.nt.gov.au/prepare-for-an-emergency/bushfires http://ntepa.webhop.net/NTEPA/Default.ltr.aspx
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19 August 2018
3:32pm
Marantha Farm, Mount Bundey, Arnhem Highway
Status: Being Controlled - Effective strategies are in operation or planned for the entire perimeter.Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes.Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadsideAdvice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information view the NT Fire Incident Map http:www.pfes.nt.gov.auincidentmap
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16 August 2018
3:45pm
Top End Region
New Planned Burn Advice Message from Bushfires NT Location: Arnhem Highway between the Marrakai Road and the Corroboree Billabong Access Road Status: Planned burn underway - Planned burns are carried out as part of a program to reduce bushfire risk to communities. Alert Level: Planned burn underway - Fire fighters are managing the burn but flames and smoke may be visible. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 16/08/2018 20:30 hours (8:30pm) Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources For information about other incidents or air quality relating to smoke go to the following websites: https://securent.nt.gov.au/prepare-for-an-emergency/bushfires
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14 August 2018
3:59pm
Katherine Region - Katherine Rural College, Stuart Highway
New Bushfire Alert or Information Message from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Katherine Rural College, Stuart Highway Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 14/08/2018 17:00:00 Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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9 August 2018
4:39pm
Top End Region - Mala Plains, Berry Springs
UPDATE - Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Mala Plains, Berry Springs Status: Under Control - The fire is at a stage where fire fighting resources are only required for patrol purposes and major re-ignition is unlikely. Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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9 August 2018
4:26pm
Top End Region - Meade Road, Darwin River
UPDATE - Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Meade Road, Darwin River Status: Under Control - The fire is at a stage where fire fighting resources are only required for patrol purposes and major re-ignition is unlikely. Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 09/08/2018 19:00:40 Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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9 August 2018
4:19pm
Top End Region - Dorat Road, Adelaide River
UPDATE - Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Dorat Road, Adelaide River Status: Under Control - The fire is at a stage where fire fighting resources are only required for patrol purposes and major re-ignition is unlikely. Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 02/08/2018 18:00:00 Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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9 August 2018
3:13pm
Top End Region - Mala Plains, Berry Springs
UPDATE - Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Mala Plains, Berry Springs Status: Under Control - The fire is at a stage where fire fighting resources are only required for patrol purposes and major re-ignition is unlikely. Alert Level: Watch and Act - There is a heightened level of threat. Conditions are changing and you need to start taking action now to protect you and your family. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside, A bushfire is running or contained under very high to extreme weather conditions Advice to the Public: The fire has been contained and continues to be monitored. Landholders can keep informed of incidents via NT Fire Incident Map. It is expected this situation may continue until: 09/08/2018 18:00:19 Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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9 August 2018
2:44pm
Top End Region - Dorat Road, Adelaide River
UPDATE - Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Dorat Road, Adelaide River Status: Being Controlled - Effective strategies are in operation or planned for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Watch and Act - There is a heightened level of threat. Conditions are changing and you need to start taking action now to protect you and your family. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside, A bushfire is running or contained under very high to extreme weather conditions Advice to the Public: A fire on Dorat Road near Adelaide River is currently contained. Landholders can keep informed of updates via NT Fire Incident Map www.pfes.nt.gov.au/incidentmap/index.html It is expected this situation may continue until: 09/08/2018 14:00:03 Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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9 August 2018
1:55pm
Top End Region - Meade Road, Darwin River
New Bushfire Alert or Information Message from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Meade Road, Darwin River Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Emergency Warning - An Emergency Warning is the highest level of Bush Fire Alert. You may be in danger and need to take action immediately. Any delay now puts your life at risk. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside, A bushfire is running or contained under very high to extreme weather conditions, Bushfires NT is primarily undertaking defensive strategies to protect lives and property Advice to the Public: A fire which is spreading on one of more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. It is expected this situation may continue until: 16/08/2018 16:00:00 Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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9 August 2018
1:21pm
Top End Region - Mala Plains, Berry Springs
UPDATE - Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Wheewill Rd, Mala Plains, Berry Springs Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Emergency Warning - An Emergency Warning is the highest level of Bush Fire Alert. You may be in danger and need to take action immediately. Any delay now puts your life at risk. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside, A bushfire is running or contained under very high to extreme weather conditions, Bushfires NT is primarily undertaking defensive strategies to protect lives and property Advice to the Public: The fire at Wheewall Rd, Mala Plains continues to burn and is burning on several fronts Fire is currently threatening properties. Firefighting crews and aircraft are in attendance. Landholders are required to enact their individual Fire Action Plans and keep informed of updates via NT Fire Incident Map www.pfes.nt.gov.au/incidentmap/index.html It is expected this situation may continue until: 09/08/2018 16:00:55 Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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9 August 2018
12:15pm
Top End Region - Dorat Road, Adelaide River
New Bushfire Alert or Information Message from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Dorat Road, Adelaide River Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Emergency Warning - An Emergency Warning is the highest level of Bush Fire Alert. You may be in danger and need to take action immediately. Any delay now puts your life at risk. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside, A bushfire is running or contained under very high to extreme weather conditions Advice to the Public: A fire has ignited on Dorat Road near Adelaide River and is burning on several fronts Fire is currently threatening properties. Firefighting crews and aircraft are in attendance. Landholders are required to enact their Fire Action Plans and keep informed of updates via NT Fire Incident Map www.pfes.nt.gov.au/incidentmap/index.html It is expected this situation may continue until: 09/08/2018 14:00 hours (2.00pm) Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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9 August 2018
12:12pm
Top End Region - Mala Plains, Berry Springs
New Bushfire Alert or Information Message from Bushfires NTFire Type: BushfireLocation: Wheewall Road - Mala Plains, Berry SpringsStatus: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter.Alert Level: Emergency Warning - An Emergency Warning is the highest level of Bush Fire Alert. You may be in danger and need to take action immediately. Any delay now puts your life at risk.Risks Faced by People in the Area: A bushfire is running or contained under very high to extreme weather conditions, Bushfires NT is primarily undertaking defensive strategies to protect lives and propertyAdvice to the Public: A fire has ignited in the Mala Plains area near Berry Springs and is burning on several fronts Fire is currently threatening properties.Firefighting crews and aircraft are in attendance.Landholders are required to enact their Fire Action Plans and keep informed of updates via NT Fire Incident Map www.pfes.nt.gov.auincidentmapindex.html It is expected this situation may continue until: 09082018 13:00 hours (1.00pm)Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control OfficerResponsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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7 August 2018
9:46am
Top End Region
New Bushfire Alert from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Mira Road South, Darwin River Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 07/08/2018 13:00 hours (1.00pm) Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources Information Current as at: 07/08/2018 09:00 hours (9.00am)
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2 August 2018
3:15pm
Top End Region
New Planned Burn Advice Message from Bushfires NT Location: Arnhem Highway between the Adelaide River Bridge and the Corroboree Billabong Turnoff, Marrakai. Status: Planned Burn - Planned burns are carried out as part of a program to reduce bushfire risk to communities. Alert Level: Planned Burn Advice - A planned burn will be underway from 15:15 hours (3.15pm) today. Firefighters are managing the burn but flames and smoke may be visible.
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2 August 2018
10:40am
CDU Rural Campus - Stuart Highway - Katherine
Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 02/08/2018 15:01:00
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1 August 2018
1:40pm
Top End Region- Reedbeds Road and Darwin River Road, Darwin River
Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside Advice to the Public: There are two fires burning in the same vicinity, between Reedbeds Road (south) and Darwin River Road. Crews are working to contain both fires. It is expected this situation may continue until: 01/08/2018 18:00:00
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31 July 2018
9:00am
Alice Springs Region
Location: Larapinta Drive between Flynns Grave Car Park and Tea Tree Creek. Status: Planned Burn - Planned burns are carried out as part of a program to reduce bushfire risk to communities. Alert Level: Planned Burn Advice - A planned burn will be underway from 09:00 hours today. Firefighters and Parks & Wildlife Rangers are managing the burn but flames and smoke may be visible. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews and Parks & Wildlife Rangers may be working close to the roadside. Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 31/07/2018 17:30 hours Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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26 July 2018
11:30am
Top End Region
New Planned Burn Advice Message from Bushfires NT Location: Cox Peninsula Road, Berry Springs between Hopewell Road and Reedbeds Road. Status: Planned Burn Underway - Planned burns are carried out as part of a program to reduce bushfire risk to communities. Alert Level: Planned Burn Advice - A planned burn will be underway from 13:00 hours today. Firefighters are managing the burn but flames and smoke may be visible.
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25 July 2018
4:26pm
Alice Springs Region
New Planned Burn Advice Message from Bushfires NT Location: Stuart Hwy south of Alice Springs between the Rail Overpass and Roger Vale Drive. Status: Planned Burn Underway - Planned burns are carried out as part of a program to reduce bushfire risk to communities
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24 July 2018
4:45pm
Top End Region
Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Cutta Cutta Caves Nature Park, Stuart Highway - 25km South of Katherine Status: Being Controlled - Effective strategies are in operation or planned for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 24/07/2018 21:00:00
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24 July 2018
9:10am
Top End Region
New Planned Burn Advice Message from Bushfires NT Location: Townend Road between Redcliffe Road and Mocatto Road, Mocatto Road between Townend Road and Acacia Gap Road, Livingstone. Status: Planned Burn Underway - Planned burns are carried out as part of a program to reduce bushfire risk to communities Alert Level: Planned Burn Advice - A planned burn is currently underway. Firefighters are managing the burn but flames and smoke may be visible. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this planned burn may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside. Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 24/07/2018 16:30 hours
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22 July 2018
10:08am
Alice Springs Region
New Planned Burn Advice Message from Bushfires NT Location: North Stuart Highway between Tanami Road Turnoff and the Yambah Station Boundary, Alice Springs Status: Planned Burn Underway - Planned burns are carried out as part of a program to reduce bushfire risk to communities Alert Level: Planned Burn Advice - A planned burn is currently underway. Firefighters are managing the burn but flames and smoke may be visible.
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21 July 2018
12:00am
Top End Region
Bushfire Information Advice - Under Control - the fire is at a stage where fire fighting resources are only required for mop up and patrol purposes and major re-ignition is unlikely. The fire has been contained. There will be no further updates.
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1 January 2016
12:00am
Top End region
Kentish Road, West of Fly Creek Status: Being Controlled - Effective strategies are in operation or planned for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Advice - There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes.
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21 July 2018
12:00am
Top End region
New Bushfire Alert or Information Message from Bushfires NT Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Kentish Road, West of Fly Creek Status: Going - A fire which is spreading on one or more fronts. Effective containment strategies are not in place for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Watch and Act - There is a heightened level of threat. Conditions are changing and you need to start taking action now to protect you and your family. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside, A bushfire is running or contained under very high to extreme weather conditions, Bushfires NT is primarily undertaking defensive strategies to protect lives and property Advice to the Public: For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. For further information regarding bushfires, visit Secure NT. https://securent.nt.gov.au/ It is expected this situation may continue until: 21/07/2018 16:30:00 Information Authorised By: Senior Fire Control Officer Responsible Agency: Bushfires NT, Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources Information Current as at: *** PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS E-MAIL ***
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20 July 2018
2:45pm
Top End Region
Fire Type: Bushfire Location: Middle Arm Road and Jenkins Road, Berry Springs Status: Being Controlled - Effective strategies are in operation or planned for the entire perimeter. Alert Level: Advice - A fire has started. There is no immediate danger. Stay up to date in case the situation changes. Risks Faced by People in the Area: Smoke from this fire may affect visibility on Middle Arm Road and Jenkins Road, Active fire may occur close to the roadside, Firefighting crews may be working close to the roadside
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2 July 2018
4:25pm
Top End Region
The fire on Darwin River Road between Cox Peninsular Road and Leonino Road has now been contained. Fire is still burning within the fire ground area and landowners are advised to continue to monitor the situation. Bushfires NT crews are working on road verges alongside the Darwin River Road. For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. It is expected that visibility will be affected intermittently until 1900 hrs (7:00pm). There will be no further updates unless the situation changes.
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2 July 2018
2:00pm
Top End Region - Wildfire
Bushfires NT crews are working to control a wildfire burning on Darwin River Road between Cox Peninsular Road and Leonino Road. A bushfire is going under very high to extreme weather conditions. Bushfires NT is primarily undertaking defensive strategies to protect lives and property. Next update will occur at 1500 hrs.
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30 June 2018
9:00am
Top End Region
Bushfires NT crews will be conducting fuel reduction burning alongside Cox Peninsula Road between the Finn Road Intersection and Middle Arm Road and along Finn Road between the Cox Peninsula Road Intersection and Middle Arm Road from 0900 hours today.
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23 June 2018
2:00pm
Stuart Highway between Townend Road and Livingstone Road
Bushfires NT crews will be conducting fuel reduction burning adjacent to the Stuart Highway between Townend Road and Livingstone Road from 1400 hours today. Smoke from this fire may affect visibility on the Stuart Highway. Bushfires NT crews will be working on the road verge alongside the Stuart Highway. For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. It is expected that visibility may be affected intermittently between 1400 hrs (2:00pm) and 1830 hrs (6:30pm).
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22 June 2018
2:00pm
Top End Region
Bushfires NT crews will be conducting fuel reduction burning alongside the Stuart Highway between Cox Peninsula Road and Townend Road from 1500 hours today. Smoke from this fire may affect visibility on the Stuart Highway. Bushfires NT crews will be working on the road verge alongside the Stuart Highway. For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. It is expected that visibility may be affected intermittently between 1500hrs (3:00pm) and 1900hrs (7:00pm).
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19 June 2018
10:30pm
Top End Region
Bushfires NT crews are working to control a wildfire burning adjacent to the Arnhem Hwy between Anzac Parade and Cain Rd. Smoke from this fire is affecting visibility on the Arnhem Highway. Bushfires NT crews are working on the road verge alongside the Arnhem Highway. For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down and drive safely for the conditions. It is expected that visibility may be affected intermittently between 2230 hrs (10:30pm) and 0130 hrs (1:30am).
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17 June 2018
11:20am
Top End Region
Bushfires NT crews are working to control a wildfire burning adjacent to the Arnhem Hwy between the Corroboree Billabong Access Road and the Mary River Bridge. Smoke from this fire is affecting visibility on the Arnhem Hwy. Bushfires NT crews are working on road verges alongside the Arnhem Hwy. For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. It is expected that visibility will be affected intermittently until 1700 hrs (5:00pm).
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14 June 2018
1:30pm
Top End Region
Bushfires NT crews will be conducting fuel reduction burning alongside the Stuart Highway between Acacia Gap Road and Manton River from 1630 hours. Smoke from this fire may affect visibility on the Stuart Highway. Bushfires NT crews will be working on the road verge alongside the Stuart Highway. For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. It is expected that visibility may be affected intermittently between 1630hrs (4:30pm) and 1930hrs (7:30pm).
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14 June 2018
1:30pm
Top End Region
Bushfires NT crews will be conducting fuel reduction burning alongside the Stuart Highway between Townend Road and Livingstone Road from 1630 hours. Smoke from this fire may affect visibility on the Stuart Highway. Bushfires NT crews will be working on the road verge alongside the Stuart Highway. For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. It is expected that visibility may be affected intermittently between 1630hrs (4:30pm) and 1930hrs (7:30pm).
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11 June 2018
11:10am
Top End Region- Stuart Highway between Livingstone Road and Cox Peninsula Road
Bushfires NT crews will be conducting fuel reduction burning alongside the Stuart Highway between Livingstone Road and Cox Peninsula Road from 1400 hours today. Smoke from this fire may affect visibility on the Stuart Highway. Bushfires NT crews will be working on the road verge alongside the Stuart Highway. For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. It is expected that visibility may be affected intermittently between 1400 hrs (2:00pm) and 1830 hrs (6:30pm).
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11 June 2018
10:30am
Top End Region- Cox Peninsula Rd between Reedbeds Road and Darwin River Road
Bushfires NT crews will be conducting fuel reduction burning alongside the Stuart Highway between Reedbeds Road and Darwin River Road from 1030 hours tomorrow. Smoke from this fire may affect visibility on the Stuart Highway. Bushfires NT crews will be working on the road verge alongside the Stuart Highway. For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions.It is expected that visibility may be affected intermittently between 1000 hrs (10:00am) and 1700 hrs (5:00pm).
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10 June 2018
5:30pm
Top End Region- Stuart Highway, between Adelaide River Township and Bridge Creek
Bushfires NT crews are working to control a wildfire burning in areas adjacent to the Stuart Highway between Adelaide River township and Bridge Creek Smoke from this fire is affecting visibility on the Stuart Highway. Bushfires NT crews are working on road verges alongside the Stuart Highway. For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. It is expected that visibility may be affected intermittently until 1900 hrs (7:00pm).
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9 June 2018
2:30pm
Top End- Stuart Highway between Townend Road and Cox Peninsula Road
Bushfires NT crews will be conducting fuel reduction burning alongside the Stuart Highway between Townend Road and Livingstone Road from 1430 hours today. Smoke from this fire may affect visibility on the Stuart Highway. Bushfires NT crews will be working on the road verge alongside the Stuart Highway. For the safety of firefighting crews and other vehicles, drivers in the area are urged to slow down, turn on headlights and drive safely for the conditions. It is expected that visibility may be affected intermittently between 1430 hrs (2:30pm) and 1830 hrs (6:30pm).
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Fire ban notifications

Message Issued Details View Message
30 September 2018
4:05pm
Top End Region
FIRE BAN ADVICE 24 hour validity period IDDFIREB028 Issued at 1530 hours CST on Sunday 30 September 2018. The Executive Director, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Monday 01 October 2018 for the following areas. DARWIN, BATCHELOR, and ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREAS, INCLUDING DARWIN, BATCHELOR, ADELAIDE RIVER, PINE CREEK AND KATHERINE ERAS and the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY, COOMALIE SHIRE, THE NORTHERN FIRE PROTECTION ZONE, ARNHEM WEST and KATHERINE FIRE PROTECTION ZONE. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Monday 01 October 2018. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open, in the declared Fire Ban areas within the Northern Territory. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight. For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8922 0844 or visit www.securent.nt.gov.au or www.pfes.nt.gov.au/fireandrescue.aspx
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28 September 2018
3:56pm
DARWIN and ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA.
The Executive Director, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Saturday 29 September 2018 for the following areas. DARWIN and ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA. This includes DARWIN, BATCHELOR and ADELAIDE RIVER EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS and the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and COOMALIE SHIRE. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Saturday 29 September 2018. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight. For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8922 0844.
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28 September 2018
4:29pm
AMENDED AREA: DARWIN and ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA and the NORTHERN FIRE PROTECTION ZONE.
The Executive Director, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Saturday 29 September 2018 for the following areas. DARWIN and ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA and the NORTHERN FIRE PROTECTION ZONE. This includes DARWIN, BATCHELOR, PINE CREEK and ADELAIDE RIVER EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS and the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and COOMALIE SHIRE. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Saturday 29 September 2018. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight. For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8922 0844 or visit www.securent.nt.gov.au or www.pfes.nt.gov.au/fireandrescue.aspx
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24 September 2018
2:59pm
DARWIN and ADELAIDE RIVER and CARPENTARIA EAST FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREAS.
The Chief Fire Control Officer, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Tuesday 25 September 2018 for the following areas. DARWIN and ADELAIDE RIVER, and CARPENTARIA EAST FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREAS. This includes the following EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS: DARWIN, BATCHELOR, ADELAIDE RIVER and BORROLOOLA and includes the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and the COOMALIE SHIRE. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Tuesday 25 September 2018. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight. For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8922 0844.
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22 September 2018
12:00am
TOP END REGION
FIRE BAN ADVICE 24 hour validity period Issued at 1430 hours CST on Saturday 22nd September 2018. The Chief Fire Control Officer, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Sunday 23 September 2018 for the following areas. DARWIN and ADELAIDE RIVER, and GREGORY NORTH WEST. This includes the following EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS: DARWIN, BATCHELOR, ADELAIDE RIVER and includes the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and the COOMALIE SHIRE. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Sunday 23 September 2018. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight. For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8922 0844 or visit www.securent.nt.gov.au or www.pfes.nt.gov.au/fireandrescue.aspx
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21 September 2018
2:56pm
DARWIN and ADELAIDE RIVER, CARPENTARIA WEST and CARPENTARIA EAST FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREAS and the KATHERINE FIRE PROTECTION ZONE.
The Chief Fire Control Officer, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Saturday 22 September 2018 for the following areas. DARWIN and ADELAIDE RIVER, CARPENTARIA WEST and CARPENTARIA EAST FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREAS and the KATHERINE FIRE PROTECTION ZONE. This includes the following EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS: DARWIN, BATCHELOR, ADELAIDE RIVER, KATHERINE and BORROLOOLA and includes the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and the COOMALIE SHIRE. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Saturday 22 September 2018. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight. For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8922 0844.
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20 September 2018
2:39pm
NORTHERN FIRE PROTECTION ZONE and the DARWIN and ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA
The Chief Fire Control Officer, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Friday 21 September 2018 for the following areas. NORTHERN FIRE PROTECTION ZONE and the DARWIN and ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA. This includes the DARWIN, BATCHELOR and ADELAIDE RIVER and PINE CREEK EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS and the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and COOMALIE SHIRE as well as the CARPENTARIA EAST, CARPENTARIA WEST and ARNHEM WEST FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREAS including the BORROLOOLA and JABIRU EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Friday 21 September 2018. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight. For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8922 0844.
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19 September 2018
2:37pm
DARWIN and ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA
The Executive Director, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Thursday 20 September 2018 for the following areas. DARWIN and ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREAS. This includes DARWIN, BATCHELOR and ADELAIDE RIVER EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS and the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and COOMALIE SHIRE. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Thursday 20 September 2018. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight. For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8922 0844
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17 September 2018
3:50pm
DARWIN AND ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA
The Executive Director, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Tuesday 18 September 2018 for the following area. DARWIN AND ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Tuesday 18 September 2018. This includes the DARWIN, BATCHELOR and ADELAIDE RIVER EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS and the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and COOMALIE SHIRE. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight. For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8922 0844.
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16 September 2018
3:10pm
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Issued at 14:30 hours CST on Sunday 16 September 2018. The Chief Fire Control Officer, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Monday 17 September 2018 for the following area. DARWIN AND ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Monday 17 September 2018. This includes the DARWIN, BATCHELOR and ADELAIDE RIVER EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS and the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and COOMALIE SHIRE. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight. For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8922 0844 or visit www.securent.nt.gov.au or www.pfes.nt.gov.au/fireandrescue.aspx
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8 September 2018
2:30pm
CARPENTARIA EAST AND THE DARWIN AND ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREAS. This includes the DARWIN, ADELAIDE RIVER, BATCHELOR AND BORROLOOLA EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS AND THE LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and COOMALIE SHIRE.
The Chief Fire Control Officer, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Sunday 09 September 2018 for the following areas. CARPENTARIA EAST, DARWIN AND ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREAS. This includes the DARWIN, ADELAIDE RIVER, BATCHELOR AND BORROLOOLA EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS AND THE LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and COOMALIE SHIRE. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Sunday 09 September 2018. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight. For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8976 00 98 or visit www.securent.nt.gov.au or www.pfes.nt.gov.au/fireandrescue.aspx
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3 September 2018
2:13pm
Carpentaria East and the Darwin Adelaide River Fire Weather Forecast Areas
The Chief Fire Control Officer, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Tuesday 4September 2018 for the following areas.CARPENTARIA EAST AND THE DARWIN AND ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREAS.The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Tuesday 4 September 2018.This includes the DARWIN, BATCHELOR, ADELAIDE RIVER AND BORROLOOLA EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS and the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and COOMALIESHIRE.No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas.The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight.For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8922 0844
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29 August 2018
3:05pm
SIMPSON WEST and SIMPSON EAST FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREAS and the ALICE SPRINGS FIRE PROTECTION ZONE. This includes the ALICE SPRINGS and TI TREE EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS.
The Chief Fire Control Officer, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Thursday 30 August 2018 for the following areas. SIMPSON WEST and SIMPSON EAST FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREAS and the ALICE SPRINGS FIRE PROTECTION ZONE. This includes the ALICE SPRINGS and TI TREE EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Thursday 30 August 2018. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight. For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8922 0844.
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28 August 2018
3:35pm
LASSETER EAST, LASSETER WEST and TANAMI SOUTH FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREAS. This includes the YULARA EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREA.
The Chief Fire Control Officer, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Wednesday 29 August 2018 for the following areas. LASSETER EAST, LASSETER WEST and TANAMI SOUTH FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREAS. This includes the YULARA EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREA. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Wednesday 29 August 2018. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight. For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8922 0844
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19 August 2018
3:22pm
Top End Region
24 Hour Fire Ban declared for the following areas: NORTHERN FIRE PROTECTION ZONE, KATHERINE FIRE PROTECTION ZONE, DALY SOUTH, CARPENTARIA EAST AND THE DARWIN AND ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREAS. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Monday 20 August 2018. This includes the DARWIN, BATCHELOR, ADELAIDE RIVER, PINE CREEK AND KATHERINE EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS and the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and COOMALIE SHIRE. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight.
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18 August 2018
4:45pm
Top End Region
FIRE BAN ADVICE MESSAGE A Fire Ban is declared for the following areas: NORTHERN FIRE PROTECTION ZONE, DARWIN AND ADELAIDE RIVER, CARPENTARIA WEST, CARPENTARIA EAST, GREGORY NORTHWEST AND GREGORY SOUTHEAST FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREAS. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Sunday 19 August 2018.
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13 August 2018
3:30pm
NORTHERN FIRE PROTECTION ZONE and DARWIN AND ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA.
The Chief Fire Control Officer, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Tuesday 14 August 2018 for the following areas. NORTHERN FIRE PROTECTION ZONE and DARWIN AND ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Tuesday 14 August 2018. This includes the DARWIN, BATCHELOR, ADELAIDE RIVER and PINE CREEK EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS and the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and COOMALIE SHIRE. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight. For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8922 0844
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12 August 2018
4:25pm
NORTHERN FIRE PROTECTION ZONE and DARWIN AND ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREAS.
The Chief Fire Control Officer, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Monday 13 August 2018 for the following areas. NORTHERN FIRE PROTECTION ZONE and DARWIN AND ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREAS. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Monday 13 August 2018. This includes the DARWIN, BATCHELOR, ADELAIDE RIVER and PINE CREEK EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS and the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and COOMALIE SHIRE. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight. For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8922 0844
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11 August 2018
3:50pm
Top End Region
The Chief Fire Control Officer, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Sunday 12 August 2018 for the following areas. NORTHERN FIRE PROTECTION ZONE, DALY SOUTH, DARWIN AND ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREAS. This includes the DARWIN, ADELAIDE RIVER, BATCHELOR AND PINE CREEK EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS AND THE LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and COOMALIE SHIRE. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Sunday 12 August 2018. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight.
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7 August 2018
4:14pm
DARWIN & ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA
The Executive Director, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Wednesday 08 August 2018 for the following areas. DARWIN AND ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA including the Darwin and Batchelor Emergency Response Areas and the Litchfield Municipality and Coomalie Shire. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Wednesday 08 August 2018. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight. For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8922 0844 or visit www.pfes.nt.gov.au/fireandrescue.aspx
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6 August 2018
4:50pm
Top End Region
FIRE BAN ADVICE FOR THE DARWIN AND ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA . This includes the DARWIN, BATCHELOR EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS and the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and COOMALIE SHIRE. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on TUESDAY 07 AUGUST 2018
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22 July 2018
12:00am
Top End Region
A Fire Ban has been declared for a 24 hour period for Sunday 22 July 2018 for the DARWIN and ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA. This includes DARWIN, BATCHELOR and ADELAIDE RIVER EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS and the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and COOMALIE SHIRE
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20 July 2018
12:00am
DARWIN and ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA
The Executive Director, Bushfires NT and the A/ Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Saturday 21 July 2018 for the following areas. DARWIN and ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREAS. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Saturday 21 July 2018. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. This includes the DARWIN, BATCHELOR and ADELAIDE RIVER EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS and the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and COOMALIE SHIRE. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight. For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8922 0844 www.pfes.nt.gov.au/fireandrescue.aspx
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8 July 2018
12:00am
Top End Region - Northern Fire Protection Zone
FIRE BAN ADVICE FOR THE NORTHERN FIRE PROTECTION ZONE. This includes the DARWIN, BATCHELOR, ADELAIDE RIVER & PINE CREEK EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS and the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and COOMALIE SHIRE. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Sunday 08 July 2018
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3 July 2018
3:35pm
DARWIN AND ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA
The Chief Fire Control Officer, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Wednesday 04 July 2018 for the following areas. DARWIN AND ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Wednesday 04 July 2018. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. This includes the DARWIN, BATCHELOR and ADELAIDE RIVER EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS and the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and COOMALIE SHIRE. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight. For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8922 0844 or visit www.securent.nt.gov.au or www.pfes.nt.gov.au/fireandrescue.aspx
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2 July 2018
4:20pm
DARWIN AND ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA.
The Chief Fire Control Officer, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Tuesday 03 July 2018 for the following areas. DARWIN AND ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Tuesday 03 July 2018. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. This includes the DARWIN, BATCHELOR and ADELAIDE RIVER EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS and the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and COOMALIE SHIRE. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight. For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8922 0844 or visit www.securent.nt.gov.au or www.pfes.nt.gov.au/fireandrescue.aspx
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1 January 2016
12:00am
DARWIN and ADELAIDE RIVER FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AREA, the NORTHERN FIRE PROTECTION ZONE, ARNHEM WEST, ARNHEM EAST, KATHERINE and DALY SOUTH.
The Executive Director, Bushfires NT and the Acting Executive Director, NT Fire and Rescue Service have declared a 24 HOUR FIRE BAN PERIOD for Sunday 30 September 2018 for the following areas This includes DARWIN, BATCHELOR, PINE CREEK, JABIRU, KATHERINE and ADELAIDE RIVER EMERGENCY RESPONSE AREAS and the LITCHFIELD MUNICIPALITY and COOMALIE SHIRE. The Fire Ban is declared for a 24 hour period commencing at 0000 hours on Sunday 30 September 2018. No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lit in the open in the portion of the Northern Territory within the fire ban areas. The Fire Ban is valid from midnight to midnight. For further information regarding Fire Bans and other Fire Restrictions contact Bushfires NT on (08) 8922 0844
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