Fire on the Limestone Plains/Bush Fires/1958 to 1973

1958 to 1973 edit

Only 3 of these bush fire seasons were potentially serious and though large numbers of bush fires occurred none reached a major bush fire. During the 1964-65 bush fire season there were 140 outbreaks.[1]

The 1960-61 Fire Season was a comparatively mild one, however it was necessary for a Total Fire Ban to be imposed from 7 to 9 February 1961. 33 fires attended by Bush Fire Council units, 13 were caused by children.[2]

References edit

  1. Luke, R. H. (R. Harry); McArthur, A. G. (Alan Grant), 1923-1978; Australia. Forestry and Timber Bureau; CSIRO. Division of Forest Research (1978), Bushfires in Australia, Australian Government Publishing Service, ISBN 978-0-642-03990-3{{citation}}: CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  2. A.C.T. Bush Fire Council Annual Report 1960-61