Bushfire update January 2020

Queensland has been fortunate to remain largely unaffected by the current bushfires and Queensland’s tourism operators and experiences are operating as usual. Some rural bushfire warnings are in place and visitors should ensure they stay up-to-date with the latest information and advice being issued by Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES).

www.qfes.qld.gov.au | Facebook: @QldFireandEmergencyServices | Twitter: @QldFES | Instagram: @qldfire


Travel throughout other states in Australia

Tourism Australia’s website has information about safe travel in Australia, and which areas are/are not affected by bushfires.


Safe travel

If you are travelling it is important to be informed and prepared. By monitoring the official sources of advice and information you can make informed decisions should a weather or other event impact your holiday plans.


Being prepared

Residents across Queensland are provided with extensive resources to prepare for natural disasters like cyclones, floods and fires. As a tourist, you may not be familiar with how to prepare and what to do if there is an impending disaster. You can consult the Queensland Government's 'Get Ready' resources to help understand how to prepare. www.getready.qld.gov.au/natural-disasters/

Planning an Outback Queensland getaway? Check your route before you go via the free QLDTraffic app or at qldtraffic.qld.gov.au


What to do when visiting Queensland and a natural disaster strikes

The Queensland Government's Department of Innovation and Tourism Industry Development has produced these valuable resources to help both visitors and tourism businesses when affected by a natural disaster:

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Useful resources during a crisis: