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Flowering Acacia concurrens, taken at White Rock Conservation Park. Photo courtesy of Deborah Metters.
Established in 1998, the South East Queensland Fire and Biodiversity Consortium (SEQFBC) is a network of land managers and stakeholders devoted to providing a coordinated response and best-practice recommendations for fire management, fire ecology and the conservation of biodiversity in the South East Queensland (SEQ) region through education, community engagement and applied research.
Aims and Function:
Hosting Arrangements and Supporting Organisations
Following an extensive process to seek a new host for the SEQFBC, a partnership was created with SEQ Catchments, the regional natural resource management body for SEQ. This partnership provides excellent opportunities for ongoing engagement with private landholders, public land managers and academic institutions in fire management and fire ecology research.
Phase 4 of the SEQFBC is generously supported by Brisbane, Gold Coast, Ipswich, Lockyer Valley, Logan, Moreton Bay, Redland, Scenic Rim, Somerset, Sunshine Coast and Toowoomba Councils, Powerlink Queensland, Queensland Fire and Emergency Service, the Department of National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing, the Department of Transport and Main Roads, and SEQ Catchments.
Do you have a Bushfire Survival Plan?
Even if you live in a city near bushland, bushfire is a threat to you, your family and your property. It is essential that you prepare a Bushfire Survival Plan - Prepare, Act, Survive.
Queensland Fire and Emergency Service (QFES) has prepared a document free for download to assist you in preparing a Bushfire Survival Plan.
Please follow this link ... QFRS Bushfire Survival Plan.
Planning to make a plan IS NOT A PLAN. Watch this NSW RFS video.
What do they mean by "Catastrophic" "Extreme" "Severe" etc.. when refering to fire warnings?
Find out what the fire danger ratings mean and what action you need to take.
Queensland Fire and Rescue Service - Fire Danger Ratings - (scroll to the bottom of the page)
AFAC Fire Danger Ratings explained (305 KB)