Source: NSW Rural Fire Service

Watch and Act
Watch and Act - Mt Nardi National Park fire, (Lismore LGA)

Posted:11/11/2019 16:58

A bush fire is burning in the Mount Nardi National Park area. The fire is 2,600 hectares in size and is out of control.

Current Situation

A fire is burning in the Mount Nardi National Park. Conditions are easing across the fireground.

The fire is not yet contained. The immediate threat to homes has eased.

The fire is burning on multiple fronts towards Tuntable Falls Road in the south, and Huonbrook in the east.

Advice

If you are in the area of Tuntable Falls, Terania Creek Road and Terania Creek, monitor conditions.

Check and follow your Bush Fire Survival Plan. If you do not have a plan, decide what you will do if the situation changes. Leaving early is your safest option.

Rummery Park campground is closed.

Evacuation Centres and School Closures

An evacuation centre open overnight on Sunday 10 November is at Nimbin Showground - 33-37 Cecil Street, Nimbin.
People are encouraged to register online at Register Find Reunite before attending evacuation centres.
For a list of school closures on Monday 11 November visit https://education.nsw.gov.au/public-schools/school-safety.
Other Information

Worsening weather conditions on Tuesday 12 November 2019 will see areas across the state with severe, extreme and catastrophic fire danger. These are very dangerous conditions. Visit the NSW RFS website for more details.
If your life is at risk, call Triple Zero (000) immediately.
Continue to stay up to date with the bush fire situation by checking http://www.rfs.nsw.gov.au, listening to your local radio station or by calling the NSW RFS Bush Fire Information Line on 1800 679 737.
If you live in the area but are away from home, it may not be safe to return to your property.
For information on road closures, check http://livetraffic.rta.nsw.gov.au. Roads may be closed without warning.
The next update on this fire will be issued by 11/11/2019 19:00 or if the situation changes.

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