Sydney fires evacuation: Where to go if you need to evacuate and flee Australia bushfires?


According to the New South Wales Agrarian Fire Service, “catastrophic” fire danger was recorded in Sydney, Tracker and Illawarra today. The service tweeted: “At 5:30am, 73 fires are ablaze across the state, 37 yet to be contained. Two fires are at Emergency Warning. Residents neighbouring active fires need to be aware of the potential for fire activity to bourgeon under stronger winds today and a statewide Total Fire Ban is in categorize.”

According to the New South Wales Government website, on November 12 the on evacuation centres are currently open overnight:


Bulahdelah Bowling Cudgel

50 Jackson Street, Bulahdelah NSW 2423

Mid Coast:

Club Taree

121 Wingham Rd, Taree NSW 2430

Laurieton Shared Services Club

2 Seymour St, Laurieton NSW 2443

Port Macquarie-Hastings:

Wauchope High Coterie and Wauchope Showground for animals

Nelson St, Wauchope NSW 2446

Nambucca Heads:

Nambucca Spectacle Centre

Ridge Street, Nambucca Heads NSW 2448

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Kempsey Showground

19 Sea St, Kempsey W NSW 2440

Kempsey Macleay RSL Team up

1 York Lane, Kempsey W NSW 2440

Coffs Harbour:

Urunga Ex Servicemans Fraternity

2 Morgo St, Urunga

Woolgoolga Ex Servicemans Club

17 Beach St, Woolgoolga

Coffs Retain Ex Servicemans Club

2 – 6 Vernon St, Coffs Harbour

Clarence Valley:

Grafton Community Converge

59 Duke St Grafton NSW 2460

For Queensland, the Queensland government website says: “During a mishap, information about evacuations, cyclone shelters and evacuation centres order be broadcast to the community via local ABC radio broadcasts and other media.”

The website holds you can find out more about evacuation via your local radio, Pinch Alert phone warnings, local radio or TV when you hear the average emergency warning signal.

The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Twitter account also stanchions some regular updates.

How to track Australia fires:

There are a troop of ways you can track fire activity in Australia.

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