Current bushfires and warnings

View current bushfires, warnings and incidents across Queensland on the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) website.

Where to find warnings

Tune in to official QFES channels and local radio to stay up to date:

Be prepared, take notice, seek information, make decisions and act. Don't assume you will receive an official warning as a fire approaches.

Bushfire warnings levels

All Queenslanders should be familiar with the official Bushfire Warning levels. When there's a bushfire in your area, it's up to you to take notice, seek information, and follow the actions appropriate to the warning level listed on the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) website.

Watch the video about Bushfire Warnings on the QFES website.

The 3 levels of Bushfire Warnings are:

  • EMERGENCY WARNING (red): You’re in danger and need to take life-saving action immediately.
  • WATCH & ACT (orange): There’s a heightened level of threat and conditions are changing. Act now to protect yourself and your family.
  • ADVICE (yellow): There’s no immediate danger but you need to stay informed in case the situation changes.

The Bushfire Warning levels use the Australian Warning System nationally consistent set of icons:

Bushfire warning levels

Video: How well do you know your bushfire warnings?

(Run time 2 minutes. Source: ABC News)

Authorities are urging all Australians to understand the official warning system and what life-saving action they should take.

Watch How well do you know your bushfire warnings? | ABC News on YouTube.

Make your Bushfire Survival Plan

During a bushfire, your safety depends on your preparations and the decisions you make.

Learn how to make your Bushfire Survival Plan now and know exactly what you can do to protect yourself, your family, and your property.

More information

When there's a bushfire in your area, take notice, stay informed, make decisions and act.

Find out more and Get Ready

Find out more about your risk of fire and how to prepare. Click the useful resources below for more information.