Gippsland fire threat has waned, but vigilance is still being urged

The choking smoke of January now seems a distant memory, but although the fire threat has waned, authorities are still urging people to be vigilant, with predictions of warmer temperatures later this month and into March. This photo was taken early January at Marlay Point. Photo: Wayne Robinson

Gippsland fire threat has waned, but vigilance is still being urged

After 91 days of bushfire activity, fires that affected communities and areas around Wulgumerang, Gelantipy, W Tree, Buchan, Wairewa, Bruthen, Sarsfield, and the Tambo Valley have been declared contained.


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