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Uarbry: Fire zone. Picture by 7 News cameraman @pwseven. #Uarbry #7News

After nearly a month the @nswrfs has declared the #SirIvanFire as extinguished. The Sir Ivan fire burnt more than 55,000 hectares of land during the worst fire weather conditions ever recorded in NSW.
The fire occurred during a prolonged and record-breaking heatwave event, with temperatures in many areas reaching the low to mid 40s for many days.
In the week of Monday 6 February, forecasts from the Bureau of Meteorology pointed to a significant worsening of fire weather conditions, mainly due to strong north-westerly winds and lower humidity levels.
On Friday 10 February, with Catastrophic fire danger forecast for the following days, a statewide total fire ban was declared for the weekend.
On Saturday 11 February, Severe fire danger was experienced in four areas across NSW. Weather forecasts for the following day confirmed Catastrophic fire danger ratings for the Greater Hunter, Central Ranges and North Western areas.
The Sir Ivan fire was first identified at lunchtime on Saturday 11 February, following a call to Triple Zero.
With the forecast of worsening fire conditions, a significant effort was launched to contain and slow the fire using local and out-of-area resources, supported by aircraft and heavy plant.
On the Sunday, the fire burnt aggressively and quickly under Catastrophic fire weather conditions and heavily impacted on properties, particularly farms.
The fire also destroyed approximately 2000 sheep, 56 cattle, 90 goats, 26 dogs and cats, 36 poultry. It is estimated 5,700 kilometres of fencing was impacted.
Fire investigators have confirmed the fire started as a result of a lightning strike sometime before 11 February. For photographs taken of the fire on the sunday check out the feeds from @nampix @alexellinghausen @dean_sewell Special thanks to @benjoshep for his help with this story. @sydneymorningherald #djiphantom4pro #smhroadtrip #centraltablelands #Uarbry

Destruction in #Uarbry NSW after a devastating firestorm tore through the region yesterday. Pic @nampix #bushfire #everydayaustralia

The devastating fires @ #Uarbry, a small town in central western NSW, left little behind.... 19 homes lost #rfsnsw

Uarbry: Fire zone. Picture by 7 News cameraman @pwseven. #Uarbry #7News

Another shot from our visit up to Uarbry yesterday #bushfire #nsw #uarbry #windmill

Me? Oh just chilling #floatinglog #bewitched #uarbry

This week, over 150 volunteers delivered 200 tonnes of hay and $100,000 of fencing supplies to #Uarbry and #Leadeville in the aftermath of the Sir Ivan bushfire. Thanks for sharing Scone.com.au, sponsor of the @SconeHorseFestival! #AussieSpirit Visit http://bit.ly/VolunteersPlanToGoBack to read the full article. #SconeHorseFestival

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Me? Oh just chilling #floatinglog #bewitched #uarbry

I'm home now. Everything smells like smoke. Mmmmmm
#fire #kettle #billy #swag #camping #uarbry #singersongwriter #songwriter #country #folk #indie #relax

The past five months have been exhausting for everyone affected by the devastating Sir Ivan bushfire. "This year we will have erected 10 years worth of fencing in six months. It's the same with equipment-we usually don't plan to replace more than one a item a year." -James Armstrong. To find out how to donate to this important cause please visit our website. Let's help our precious Aussie farmers!
#fencing #aussieag #australianfarmer #australianparliament #raiseafarmersfence #coolah #cassilis #uarbry #naturaldisaster #fire #recovery #theland #newspaper

See the blackened earth on the hills in the background of this photo thanks to Karen Rathgen. A new green carpet is beginning to emerge.
#sirivanfire #sirivanfireappeal #raiseafarmersfence #naturaldisaster #fire #firefighter #fightingfire #nswrfs #coolah #cassilis #leadville #nsw #australia #devastation #bushfire #dunedoo #uarbry #green #carpet #blackenedearth #donate

Premier Gladys Berejiklian & Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons leaving Coonabarabran to go to the fire affected zone of Uarbry.
Photo Credit | Catriona Pascoe

#sirivanfire #sirivanfireappeal #raiseafarmersfence #naturaldisaster #fire #firefighter #fightingfire #nswrfs #coolah #cassilis #leadville #nsw #australia #devastation #bushfire #dunedoo #uarbry #premier #australianparliament #centralwestnsw #nswrfs #farmingaustralia #aussieag

Regrowth has started to surround damaged and destroyed fences in the Sir Ivan affected area of Central West NSW. Please show your support for our Aussie farmers by donating to help rebuild their fences via our website. Link in bio.
#sirivanfire #sirivanfireappeal #raiseafarmersfence #naturaldisaster #fire #firefighter #fightingfire #nswrfs #coolah #cassilis #leadville #nsw #australia #devastation #bushfire #dunedoo #uarbry #fencing #farmingaustralia #aussieag #agricultureaustralia #afarmersworkisneverdone #australianfarmer #burnt #devastation #regrowth #centralwestnsw #nsw #nswrfs #stateemergencyservice

What can a fire do to a persons belongings in just a few hours? This. A farmers assets burnt. Please donate to help farmers rebuild their lives via our website. Photo credit | Felicity McMaster.
#sirivanfire #sirivanfireappeal #raiseafarmersfence #naturaldisaster #fire #firefighter #fightingfire #nswrfs #coolah #cassilis #leadville #nsw #australia #devastation #bushfire #dunedoo #uarbry #burnt #australianfarmer #farmingaustralia #agricultureaustralia #afarmersworkisneverdone

Photo on the left was take just five weeks ago after the Sir Ivan bushfire tore through Central West NSW communities and agricultural land. The photo on the right is what it looks like this week. What a transformation! Great to see a bit of green pick starting to come back. The start of a long journey of recovery for many farmers in the region. Photo credit | Felicity McMaster
#sirivanfire #sirivanfireappeal #raiseafarmersfence #naturaldisaster #fire #firefighter #fightingfire #nswrfs #coolah #cassilis #leadville #nsw #australia #devastation #bushfire #dunedoo #uarbry #roadtorecovery #green #farmingaustralia #thankanaussiefarmer #afarmersworkisneverdone #agricultureaustralia #aussieag

CELEBRATE! OUR WEBSITE IS NOW LIVE! Link in bio!

All photos on the website have been generously donated by local community members affected by the Sir Ivan Fires as well as local fire and rescue crew. We thank all those who have been involved and shown their support towards this project!
Raise a Farmers Fence aims to raise awareness one online post at a time and raise farmers fences one fence post at a time! 🎉👏🏼🚜🎉👏🏼🚜🎉👏🏼🚜🎉👏🏼🚜🎉👏🏼🚜🎉👏🏼🚜🎉👏🏼🚜🎉👏🏼🚜🎉👏🏼🚜 #sirivanfire #sirivanfireappeal #raiseafarmersfence #naturaldisaster #fire #firefighter #fightingfire #nswrfs #coolah #cassilis #leadville #nsw #australia #devastation #bushfire #dunedoo #uarbry #bebrave #community #friendinneed #website #launch #donate #centralwestnsw #celebrate #thankanaussiefarmer #thoughtsandprayers #thankyou #manythanks

#Repost @izzyy_g_
"From the ashes we will rise. ❤ On this day 5 weeks ago my father and I battled the Sir Ivan Fire by ourselves to protect the thing we both love from being destroyed completely. We will never ever forget what happened." #sirivanfire #sirivanfireappeal #raiseafarmersfence #naturaldisaster #fire #firefighter #fightingfire #nswrfs #coolah #cassilis #leadville #nsw #australia #devastation #bushfire #dunedoo #uarbry #helpafarmer #bebrave #community #friendinneed

#Repost @pictonrfb 'On Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th March three of our crew returned to Cassilis for the first time since our deployment to volunteer with BlazeAid and assist with the clearing and restoration of fences destroyed by the Sir Ivan Fire. Hats off to the BlazeAid team. You guys and girls are doing amazing work! @nswrfs @raiseafarmersfence #blazeaid #nswrfs #rfs #ruralfireservice #firefighter #volunteer #volunteerfirefighter #picton #wollondilly #nswrfsinsta #nswvolunteers'
#sirivanfire #sirivanfireappeal #raiseafarmersfence #naturaldisaster #fire #firefighter #fightingfire #nswrfs #coolah #cassilis #leadville #nsw #australia #devastation #bushfire #dunedoo #Uarbry #blazeaid #blackandwhitephotography

#Repost @lu_donnelly
'Met people over the last couple of days who have lost absolutely everything they own. Family homes and farms they've invested their entire lives into. Be grateful for what you've got.' #sirivanfire #sirivanfireappeal #raiseafarmersfence #naturaldisaster #fire #firefighter #fightingfire #nswrfs #coolah #cassilis #leadville #nsw #australia #devastation #bushfire #dunedoo #Uarbry

#Repost @anthonyclarkau
'Nearly a month after the fire that destroyed 35 homes near Dunedoo under Catastrophic fire weather conditions, the landscape is slowly starting to show signs of green. Sad to see so much damage and destruction.' #sirivanfire #sirivanfireappeal #raiseafarmersfence #naturaldisaster #fire #firefighter #fightingfire #nswrfs #coolah #cassilis #leadville #nsw #australia #devastation #bushfire #dunedoo #Uarbry #roadtorecovery #sogodmadeafarmer #naturaldisaster

#Repost @shooterwol
After nearly a month the @nswrfs has declared the #SirIvanFire as extinguished. The Sir Ivan fire burnt more than 55,000 hectares of land during the worst fire weather conditions ever recorded in NSW.
The fire occurred during a prolonged and record-breaking heatwave event, with temperatures in many areas reaching the low to mid 40s for many days.
In the week of Monday 6 February, forecasts from the Bureau of Meteorology pointed to a significant worsening of fire weather conditions, mainly due to strong north-westerly winds and lower humidity levels.
On Friday 10 February, with Catastrophic fire danger forecast for the following days, a statewide total fire ban was declared for the weekend.
On Saturday 11 February, Severe fire danger was experienced in four areas across NSW. Weather forecasts for the following day confirmed Catastrophic fire danger ratings for the Greater Hunter, Central Ranges and North Western areas.
The Sir Ivan fire was first identified at lunchtime on Saturday 11 February, following a call to Triple Zero.
With the forecast of worsening fire conditions, a significant effort was launched to contain and slow the fire using local and out-of-area resources, supported by aircraft and heavy plant.
On the Sunday, the fire burnt aggressively and quickly under Catastrophic fire weather conditions and heavily impacted on properties, particularly farms.
The fire also destroyed approximately 2000 sheep, 56 cattle, 90 goats, 26 dogs and cats, 36 poultry. It is estimated 5,700 kilometres of fencing was impacted.
Fire investigators have confirmed the fire started as a result of a lightning strike sometime before 11 February. For photographs taken of the fire on the sunday check out the feeds from @nampix @alexellinghausen @dean_sewell Special thanks to @benjoshep for his help with this story. @sydneymorningherald #djiphantom4pro #smhroadtrip #centraltablelands #Uarbry

#sirivanfire #sirivanfireappeal #raiseafarmersfence #naturaldisaster #fire #firefighter #fightingfire #nswrfs #coolah #cassilis #leadville #nsw #australia #devastation #bushfire #dunedoo

Grasses begin to shoot after recent rains on the #SirIvanFire ground near #Uarbry. On Sunday the 12th of February a grassfire which burnt aggressively and quickly under catastrophic fire weather conditions destroyed over 55,000ha of land, particularly farms. @clique_photos @sydneymorningherald

After nearly a month the @nswrfs has declared the #SirIvanFire as extinguished. The Sir Ivan fire burnt more than 55,000 hectares of land during the worst fire weather conditions ever recorded in NSW.
The fire occurred during a prolonged and record-breaking heatwave event, with temperatures in many areas reaching the low to mid 40s for many days.
In the week of Monday 6 February, forecasts from the Bureau of Meteorology pointed to a significant worsening of fire weather conditions, mainly due to strong north-westerly winds and lower humidity levels.
On Friday 10 February, with Catastrophic fire danger forecast for the following days, a statewide total fire ban was declared for the weekend.
On Saturday 11 February, Severe fire danger was experienced in four areas across NSW. Weather forecasts for the following day confirmed Catastrophic fire danger ratings for the Greater Hunter, Central Ranges and North Western areas.
The Sir Ivan fire was first identified at lunchtime on Saturday 11 February, following a call to Triple Zero.
With the forecast of worsening fire conditions, a significant effort was launched to contain and slow the fire using local and out-of-area resources, supported by aircraft and heavy plant.
On the Sunday, the fire burnt aggressively and quickly under Catastrophic fire weather conditions and heavily impacted on properties, particularly farms.
The fire also destroyed approximately 2000 sheep, 56 cattle, 90 goats, 26 dogs and cats, 36 poultry. It is estimated 5,700 kilometres of fencing was impacted.
Fire investigators have confirmed the fire started as a result of a lightning strike sometime before 11 February. For photographs taken of the fire on the sunday check out the feeds from @nampix @alexellinghausen @dean_sewell Special thanks to @benjoshep for his help with this story. @sydneymorningherald #djiphantom4pro #smhroadtrip #centraltablelands #Uarbry

After nearly a month the @nswrfs has declared the #SirIvanFire as extinguished. The Sir Ivan fire burnt more than 55,000 hectares of land during the worst fire weather conditions ever recorded in NSW.
The fire occurred during a prolonged and record-breaking heatwave event, with temperatures in many areas reaching the low to mid 40s for many days.
In the week of Monday 6 February, forecasts from the Bureau of Meteorology pointed to a significant worsening of fire weather conditions, mainly due to strong north-westerly winds and lower humidity levels.
On Friday 10 February, with Catastrophic fire danger forecast for the following days, a statewide total fire ban was declared for the weekend.
On Saturday 11 February, Severe fire danger was experienced in four areas across NSW. Weather forecasts for the following day confirmed Catastrophic fire danger ratings for the Greater Hunter, Central Ranges and North Western areas.
The Sir Ivan fire was first identified at lunchtime on Saturday 11 February, following a call to Triple Zero.
With the forecast of worsening fire conditions, a significant effort was launched to contain and slow the fire using local and out-of-area resources, supported by aircraft and heavy plant.
On the Sunday, the fire burnt aggressively and quickly under Catastrophic fire weather conditions and heavily impacted on properties, particularly farms.
The fire also destroyed approximately 2000 sheep, 56 cattle, 90 goats, 26 dogs and cats, 36 poultry. It is estimated 5,700 kilometres of fencing was impacted.
Fire investigators have confirmed the fire started as a result of a lightning strike sometime before 11 February. For photographs taken of the fire on the sunday check out the feeds from @nampix @alexellinghausen @dean_sewell Special thanks to @benjoshep for his help with this story. @sydneymorningherald #djiphantom4pro #smhroadtrip #centraltablelands #Uarbry

After nearly a month the @nswrfs has declared the #SirIvanFire as extinguished. The Sir Ivan fire burnt more than 55,000 hectares of land during the worst fire weather conditions ever recorded in NSW.
The fire occurred during a prolonged and record-breaking heatwave event, with temperatures in many areas reaching the low to mid 40s for many days.
In the week of Monday 6 February, forecasts from the Bureau of Meteorology pointed to a significant worsening of fire weather conditions, mainly due to strong north-westerly winds and lower humidity levels.
On Friday 10 February, with Catastrophic fire danger forecast for the following days, a statewide total fire ban was declared for the weekend.
On Saturday 11 February, Severe fire danger was experienced in four areas across NSW. Weather forecasts for the following day confirmed Catastrophic fire danger ratings for the Greater Hunter, Central Ranges and North Western areas.
The Sir Ivan fire was first identified at lunchtime on Saturday 11 February, following a call to Triple Zero.
With the forecast of worsening fire conditions, a significant effort was launched to contain and slow the fire using local and out-of-area resources, supported by aircraft and heavy plant.
On the Sunday, the fire burnt aggressively and quickly under Catastrophic fire weather conditions and heavily impacted on properties, particularly farms.
The fire also destroyed approximately 2000 sheep, 56 cattle, 90 goats, 26 dogs and cats, 36 poultry. It is estimated 5,700 kilometres of fencing was impacted.
Fire investigators have confirmed the fire started as a result of a lightning strike sometime before 11 February. For photographs taken of the fire on the sunday check out the feeds from @nampix @alexellinghausen @dean_sewell Special thanks to @benjoshep for his help with this story. @sydneymorningherald #djiphantom4pro #smhroadtrip #centraltablelands #Uarbry

After nearly a month the @nswrfs has declared the #SirIvanFire as extinguished. The Sir Ivan fire burnt more than 55,000 hectares of land during the worst fire weather conditions ever recorded in NSW.
The fire occurred during a prolonged and record-breaking heatwave event, with temperatures in many areas reaching the low to mid 40s for many days.
In the week of Monday 6 February, forecasts from the Bureau of Meteorology pointed to a significant worsening of fire weather conditions, mainly due to strong north-westerly winds and lower humidity levels.
On Friday 10 February, with Catastrophic fire danger forecast for the following days, a statewide total fire ban was declared for the weekend.
On Saturday 11 February, Severe fire danger was experienced in four areas across NSW. Weather forecasts for the following day confirmed Catastrophic fire danger ratings for the Greater Hunter, Central Ranges and North Western areas.
The Sir Ivan fire was first identified at lunchtime on Saturday 11 February, following a call to Triple Zero.
With the forecast of worsening fire conditions, a significant effort was launched to contain and slow the fire using local and out-of-area resources, supported by aircraft and heavy plant.
On the Sunday, the fire burnt aggressively and quickly under Catastrophic fire weather conditions and heavily impacted on properties, particularly farms.
The fire also destroyed approximately 2000 sheep, 56 cattle, 90 goats, 26 dogs and cats, 36 poultry. It is estimated 5,700 kilometres of fencing was impacted.
Fire investigators have confirmed the fire started as a result of a lightning strike sometime before 11 February. For photographs taken of the fire on the sunday check out the feeds from @nampix @alexellinghausen @dean_sewell Special thanks to @benjoshep for his help with this story. For the full video check out the @sydneymorningherald website. @clique_photos #djiphantom4pro #smhroadtrip #centraltablelands #Uarbry

Yesterday I adulted. I'm not a huge fan, generally I like to adult when I require a drop of alcohol, I need to drive a car or buy a house and even then I lean more toward the childish. Yesterday I put on my adult pants and loved up a friend who is grieving, spent all day thinking of a relative who is deep in grief and drove through a devastated farming district where I could feel unknown people's trauma rolling off the hills and into my bones. It was a day of adulting and empathy. Emotionally draining yet somehow enriching. Go and donate to the Sir Ivan Bushfire Appeal if you can. I saw things on that drive I won't ever erase. Then go and hug a loved one. Live it up, love it up, adult if you must but get out there and grab life by the reins and ride hard. #sirivanbushfire #coolah #leadville #cassilis #uarbry #mudgeeregion #mudgee #adultingcansuck

#fire and #devestation yet a cleansing #beauty from the recent #bushfire which affected the area from #uarbry to #dunedoo but 2 days later green tinges were showing from the overnight rains #thanks #ruralfireservice

This week, over 150 volunteers delivered 200 tonnes of hay and $100,000 of fencing supplies to #Uarbry and #Leadeville in the aftermath of the Sir Ivan bushfire. Thanks for sharing Scone.com.au, sponsor of the @SconeHorseFestival! #AussieSpirit Visit http://bit.ly/VolunteersPlanToGoBack to read the full article. #SconeHorseFestival

This weekend, our community came together to help the communities affected by the Sir Ivan Bushfire. 20odd trucks, a couple hundred tonnes of hay. About $100,000 worth of fencing gear. Dozens of fencing crews. 100+ volunteers all up. We went over and helped farmers rebuild their fences and delivered hay!
I'm so proud to say I'm from Scone, New South Wales, Australia. #hayrun #sirivan #bushfires #wildfires #firereliefhayrun #scone #firereliefhayrunscone #community #proud #farming #helping #nswrfs #kingdonpondsrfs #cassilis #coolah #uarbry #warrumbungles #nswrfsinsta #fencing #firebrigade #trucks #kenworth @nswrfs @nswrfsinsta

How horrible is this where the fires have been #cassilis #uarbry #hayrun

On our way to deliver hay and fencing gear to the fire savaged farms. Very proud of Brad and his crew for organising this! #hayrun #firerelief #bushfires #thankafarmerforyournextmeal #thankafarmer #scone #uarbry #cassilis

sad reality after the bushfire
a massive 60,000 hectares gone
#bushfire #aftermath #sadreality #uarbry

The cleanup at Uarbry continues, with crews from 387 Mudgee putting measures in place to reduce airborne friable asbestos in the area, by spraying down areas with PVA solution. The solution, which consists of one part PVA to four parts of water, bonds to asbestos particles once the water evaporates, reducing the amount of asbestos particles in the air, and offers an increased level of protection to the general public. It's not a perfect solution (no pun intended), but it's something!

#gulgong #australia #rescuelife #mudgeeregion #fire #fires #frnsw #firefighting #firefighter #firefighters #feuerwehr #feuerwehrfrau #feuerwehrmann #emergency #emergencyservices #firerescue #firerescuelife #firefightingobsession #fireXphotography #chiefmiller #sirivanfire #asbestos #uarbry

@chief_miller @firexphotography @firefighting_obsession @firefighting_heaven

Driving into Coolah last week from Leadville was just a harrowing experience. I'm still seeing images and videos of the damage that the Sir Ivan Fire has visited upon the area. And this video footage is tame compared to the extensive damage we saw driving on the dirt road into Cassilis that night. My god. Mother Nature is both a force of beauty and chaos. We should learn to respect her. My heart goes out to those who have lost everything ❤ || #coolah #uarbry #cassilis #leadville #bush #farmlands #bushfire #fire #sirivanfire #mothernature #forcetobereckonedwith #harrowing #apostaday #365project 🔥

Another shot from our visit up to Uarbry yesterday #bushfire #nsw #uarbry #windmill

Taken in Uarbry yesterday afternoon #uarbry #nsw #bushfire

Amongst so much devastation, this symbol is sitting here and it's just so fitting. 💗 We met the property owner Virginia as we were leaving. She explained that the sign was made by her son in law for his wedding to their daughter. Afterwards, they decided to put the sign in the paddock. The grass is growing back so green, in stark contrast to the black landscape in the hills behind it. Being here in Coolah and Uarbry has been an emotional and heart warming experience for us and we're incredibly grateful to have been able to be down here #nsw #coolah #uarbry #communityspirit #australia #love #gratitude

After the bushfire, near Leadville & Uarbry NSW February 2017 on the Black Stump Way. The fire destroyed the sheds and everything surrounding but the house was saved. The long dry grass in the paddock was incinerated and revealed 4 large letters facing the roadside❤.
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#bushfire #blackstumpway #paddock #country #rural #farm #westernnsw #80d #eos80d #canon80d #lifefromthesidelines #abcmyphoto #landscape #leadville #rfs #fire #nsw #nswrfs #love #uarbry #sirivan #sirivanbushfire #coolah #wildfire #nature #australia #broombee #centralwest #FocusAustralia

Packing boxes today to send to Merriwa for people in need in #Uarbry #Leadvillensw #Cassilis #Coolah #Dunedoo districts #sirivanfire #centralwest #bushfire #fire Latest assessment close to 55,000ha burnt 📷abcnews

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