A Catastrophic Fire Danger (red-and-black striped wedge) has been declared for the Mid Western region (10) tomorrow.
This is as bad as it gets. For your survival, leaving early is the only option. Leave bush fire prone areas the night before or early in the day – do not just wait and see what happens. Decide where you will go, how you will get there and when you will return. Homes are not designed to withstand fires in catastrophic conditions.
Contact the Cudgegong RFS District on (02) 6372 4434 or visit the RFS website at www.rfs.nsw.gov.au to get more information about bush fire safety or for help creating your Bush Fire Survival Plan.