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Wallamba Ski Lodge, Wallamba River, Darawank, Mid North Coast, NSW
Wallamba Ski Lodge, Wallamba River, Darawank, Mid North Coast, NSW
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  • Date of photography: 2020-03-19 23:30:12
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°5'55"S - 152°28'7"O
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Wallamba River at Wallamba Ski Lodge, Darawank, Mid North Coast, NSW
Wallamba River at Wallamba Ski Lodge,  Darawank, Mid North Coast, NSW
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  • Date of photography: 2020-03-10 13:28:33
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°5'55"S - 152°28'7"O
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Wallamba River at Wallamba Ski Lodge, Darawank, Mid North Coast, NSW
Wallamba River at Wallamba Ski Lodge,  Darawank, Mid North Coast, NSW
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-03-10 13:27:53
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°5'55"S - 152°28'7"O
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Wallamba River at Wallamba Ski Lodge, Darawank, Mid North Coast, NSW
Wallamba River at Wallamba Ski Lodge,  Darawank, Mid North Coast, NSW
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  • Date of photography: 2020-03-10 13:25:27
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°5'55"S - 152°28'8"O
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Wallamba Ski Lodge Cabins, Wallamba River, Darawank, Mid North Coast, NSW
Wallamba Ski Lodge Cabins, Wallamba River, Darawank, Mid North Coast, NSW
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  • Date of photography: 2020-03-10 13:25:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°5'55"S - 152°28'8"O
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Once Beautiful Angophora costata Forest Failford Road, Failford, NSW
Once Beautiful Angophora costata Forest Failford Road, Failford, NSW
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-11-21 13:49:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°5'26"S - 152°27'29"O
  • © All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images This photo is taken looking north east on Failford Road near what was once thre Terracotta Teahouse Cafe. Anyone who has travelled along Failford Road soon after coming off the highway will recognise this once beautiful forest scene on the way in to Forster-Tuncurry or to Hallidays Point. This is the point at which the Hillville Fire on the 12-13th November 2013 burned all the way to Failford Road and directly across the road from the point of ignition of the Darawank Bushfire of 2 weeks earlier. The fire burned here along the northern side of Failford Road, around Andy's Tree Service's property which had been aerial bombed with pink Phoschek retardant, then across to the back of Laurina Drive at Timbertops Estate where this Hillville fire was finally contained as it burned onto my brothers property endangering his horse stables, shed and home. The inferno that headed across the back of Laurina Drive was only subdued by a large allocation of firefighting resources - 4 brigades, 2 helicopters and 2 float planes worked hard to prevent the fire not only getting to other properties in Timbertops Estate but also to prevent it crossing the Lakes Way at Black Head Turnoff. This was the Hillville Fires last hurrah as the firefighting crews successfully extinguished the fire after a fight that went on for 3 hours of relentless waterbombing.
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Once Beautiful Angophora costata Forest Failford Road, Failford, NSW
Once Beautiful Angophora costata Forest Failford Road, Failford, NSW
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-11-21 13:48:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°5'25"S - 152°27'27"O
  • © All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images This photo is taken looking north east on Failford Road near what was once thre Terracotta Teahouse Cafe. Anyone who has travelled along Failford Road soon after coming off the highway will recognise this once beautiful forest scene on the way in to Forster-Tuncurry or to Hallidays Point. This is the point at which the Hillville Fire on the 12-13th November 2013 burned all the way to Failford Road and directly across the road from the point of ignition of the Darawank Bushfire of 2 weeks earlier. The fire burned here along the northern side of Failford Road, around Andy's Tree Service's property which had been aerial bombed with pink Phoschek retardant, then across to the back of Laurina Drive at Timbertops Estate where this Hillville fire was finally contained as it burned onto my brothers property endangering his horse stables, shed and home. The inferno that headed across the back of Laurina Drive was only subdued by a large allocation of firefighting resources - 4 brigades, 2 helicopters and 2 float planes worked hard to prevent the fire not only getting to other properties in Timbertops Estate but also to prevent it crossing the Lakes Way at Black Head Turnoff. This was the Hillville Fires last hurrah as the firefighting crews successfully extinguished the fire after a fight that went on for 3 hours of relentless waterbombing.
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13:39pm - I Stayed - I Defended - One Very Happy Firefighter - Timbertops, Darawank 13th November 2019
13:39pm - I  Stayed - I Defended - One Very Happy Firefighter - Timbertops, Darawank 13th November 2019
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  • Date of photography: 2019-11-13 13:38:52
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°4'44"S - 152°28'30"O
  • © All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images Not my usual post but this is a shot of my brother edited in Luminar 4. He's looking very pleased that his house and property had just survived a determined assault by the final remnants of the devastating Hillville Bushfire. The photo was taken on 13th November 2019, soon after his house and property had been saved by the RFS and volunteers after the southern incursion of the Hillville Fire turned east and burned across from Mt Talawahl and Possum Brush, taking out my fathers former home at Failford on its way, to the back of Timbertops Estate to my brothers property which backed onto forest at the back of Laurina Drive. His property was in fact to be the last hurrah for the eastern advance of the Hillville fire as had it not been extinguished on his property the chances of it jumping the Lakes Way at Black Head turnoff and running into Homestead Estate were real. Embers were reported in Homestead Estate during the foray into Timbertops however they were able to be subdued before they got any kind of foothold. The effort to contain the fire here in Timbertops was extraordinary with 2 large helicopters and 2 float planes backed by brigades from Macquarie Fields, Diamond Beach, Kiama and Bulahdelah on site. Some 6-8 volunteers also performed an admirable job putting out spot fires that threatened to take the fire north and east toward homes. At one stage this spot fire extinuishing task became too great for the volunteers but the timely arrival of another brigade ensured the situation was brought back under control. More generally we, personally, had been under the pump in the Hallidays Point area for several weeks during which time we had evacuated a couple of times, the first time when the Darawank Fire jumped Black Head Road on the 28th October 2019 and the second when catastrophic conditions were declared in NSW on the 12th November 2019 when the Hillville Fire almost came knocking on our door from both the north and west. In the first instance the Darawank Fire, pushed by a southerly, looked like running all the way to Diamond Beach. Fortunately the 'gods' were watching and called off the southerly at about midnight that night and the RFS were able to extinuish the fire front and prevent the fire spreading to homes in Tallwoods Village and further north to Red Head and Diamond Beach. The second instance was when the Hillville Fire came at us from both the north and West over 2 days on 12-13th November 2019. The fire in the Pulpit area of Tallwoods Village was under a 'Watch and Act' warning level and was threatening homes in Tallwoods Village again. During the night it was expected, pushed by north westerly winds, that the fire would burn all the way east to Tallwoods Drive to the water tower, which it did. It also burned north all the way down Tallwoods Drive on the western side of the road doing some damage to a number of properties. At this point it joined up with the Hillville Fire's destructive march to the south from Rainbow Flat, Koorainghat and Wallabi Point. We were one kilometre from the western front and had the fire got into trees on the eastern side of Tallwoods Drive, with the right winds, we could have been in trouble. Once again winds abated and the RFS did a stirling job in confining the fire to properties on the westen side of Tallwoods Drive. The next day the fire came at us from the north burning right up to the boundary of the Serenity Resort (Ex Ramada Resort) and onwards towards Old Soldiers Road and Figtree Drive. With the area cleared of trees a few years ago and the winds favourable, the RFS were able to bring the fire front under control. These couple of weeks have been like no others in our 25 years in the area. Our own property was tinder dry and carrying a much higher fuel load than is ideal. Having seen now how the fire inferno engulfed Rainbow Flat, Kiwarrak Heights and Koorainghat all it would have taken was the right winds or an ember and we could have been in the firing line. The residents of Hallidays Point owe the RFS,Emergency Fire and Rescue Services, the helicopter and float plane crews a heartfelt and enduring debt of gratitude. Why not try Skylum's Luminar 4 for yourself Here
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13:19pm 13th November 2019 - Macquarie Fields and Kiama Fire Brigades, The Fire Front Now Under Control - Timbertops Estate, Darawank, NSW
13:19pm 13th November 2019 - Macquarie Fields  and Kiama Fire Brigades, The Fire Front Now Under Control - Timbertops Estate, Darawank, NSW
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-11-13 13:19:23
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°4'44"S - 152°28'30"O
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3.18pm 13th November 2019 - Macquarie Fields Fire Brigade, The Fire Front Now Under Control - Timbertops Estate, Darawank, NSW
3.18pm 13th November 2019 - Macquarie Fields Fire Brigade, The Fire Front Now Under Control - Timbertops Estate, Darawank, NSW
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-11-13 13:18:46
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°4'44"S - 152°28'30"O
  • © All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images In mid November 2019 the Hillville fire began on private property south west of Taree. It is rumoured that a composting pile of chicken manure spontaneously combusted caused the fire to break out. An alternative theory was that the fire started when sunlight reflecting from a piece of glass in a chicken coup apparently set fire to some dry vegetation. Perhaps the cause was a combination of these two factors. The fire soon gained momentum, fueled by the driest lead into summer for many many years. During its rampaging run east it began threatening homes in forested country in the Burrell Creek, Possum Brush, Mt Talawahl, Rainbow Flat, Kiwarrak Heights and Koorainghat areas with many homes burned down. Many outbuildings, cars and truck also became the unfortunate victims of this devastating fire. The fire continued on through Khappinghat National Park to Wallabi Point and Old Bar before turning south to Diamond Beach andTallwoods Village. At one stage the fire front seen from One Tree Hill at Tallwoods Village stretched from Tallwoods to Mt Talawahl. The Fire burned from Mt Talawahl east crossing the Pacific Highway and burning though country behind Bullocky Way, Greys Road and Highlands Estates. Its last hurrah was to burn along the back of acreages in Timbertops Estate before it was brought under control with the threat to Homstead Estate effectively over. When this image was taken the fire had been brought under control and apart from spot fires was no longer presenting any problems. It was amazing to see how fast the spot fires ran over the grassy horse paddocks. In some ways this was actually a greater threat to property than the actual fire front due to the fact that the water bombing helicopters were just so effective in quelling the flames. It was only from this point on that I was able to take some time to record some images of the fire scene. Why not try Skylum's Luminar 4 for yourself Here
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3.17pm 13th November 2019 - Kiama Fire Brigade, The Fire Front Now Under Control - Timbertops Estate, Darawank, NSW
3.17pm 13th November 2019 - Kiama Fire Brigade, The Fire Front  Now Under Control - Timbertops Estate, Darawank, NSW
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-11-13 13:17:34
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°4'43"S - 152°28'29"O
  • © All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images Until this day I had never seen how a fire can run across low cut grass in such an out of control way. This was a horse paddock with basically no viable grass for horses due to what has been the worst drought in this area I can ever remember. I also saw it at other local locations at Rainbow Flat and at Kiwarrak Heights and Koorainghat where fire travelled across great distances unimpeded to burn cars, trucks, sheds and houses. In this case the grass fires were started by embers which were being deposited quite some distance from the fire front. There was a team of about 6 to 8 people concentrating on putting out grass spot fires while 4 fire brigades two helicopters and 2 float planes concentrated on the fire front. At the height of the fire front the number of new spot fires burning became beyond the number of people actively trying to extinguish them. They were using wet towels, hoses and buckets. Fortunately a fire brigade arrived with water and a fire hose and they began to bring the rapidly spreading grass fire under control which released the volunteers to other more difficult to access spot fires burning under trees etc. It was noteable that the volunteers did a great job keeping the fire out of a pile of wood and branches ready for burning in winter but they also prevented the fire burning towards the house and homes of other residents on Laurina Drive at Timbertops. Why not try Skylum's Luminar 4 for yourself Here
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3.15pm 13th November 2019 - Kiama Fire Brigade, The Fire Front Now Under Control - Timbertops Estate, Darawank, NSW
3.15pm 13th November 2019 - Kiama Fire Brigade, The Fire Front Now Under Control - Timbertops Estate, Darawank, NSW
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-11-13 13:18:24
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°4'44"S - 152°28'30"O
  • © All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images In mid November 2019 the Hillville fire began on private property south west of Taree. It is rumoured that a composting pile of chicken manure spontaneously combusted caused the fire to break out. An alternative theory was that the fire started when sunlight reflecting from a piece of glass in a chicken coup apparently set fire to some dry vegetation. Perhaps the cause was a combination of these two factors. The fire soon gained momentum, fueled by the driest lead into summer for many many years. During its rampaging run east it began threatening homes in forested country in the Burrell Creek, Possum Brush, Mt Talawahl, Rainbow Flat, Kiwarrak Heights and Koorainghat areas with many homes burned down. Many outbuildings, cars and truck also became the unfortunate victims of this devastating fire. The fire continued on through Khappinghat National Park to Wallabi Point and Old Bar before turning south to Diamond Beach andTallwoods Village. At one stage the fire front seen from One Tree Hill at Tallwoods Village stretched from Tallwoods to Mt Talawahl. The Fire burned from Mt Talawahl east crossing the Pacific Highway and burning though country behind Bullocky Way, Greys Road and Highlands Estates. Its last hurrah was to burn along the back of acreages in Timbertops Estate before it was brought under control with the threat to Homstead Estate effectively over. When this image was taken the fire had been brought under control and apart from spot fires was no longer presenting any problems. It was amazing to see how fast the spot fires ran over the grassy horse paddocks. In some ways this was actually a greater threat to property than the actual fire front due to the fact that the water bombing helicopters were just so effective in quelling the flames. It was only from this point on that I was able to take some time to record some images of the fire scene. Why not try Skylum's Luminar 4 for yourself Here
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3:13pm 13th November 2019 - Macquarie Fields Fire Brigade,Kiama Fire Brigade, The Fire Front Now Under Control - Timbertops Estate, Darawank, NSW
3:13pm 13th November 2019 - Macquarie Fields Fire Brigade,Kiama Fire Brigade, The Fire Front Now Under Control - Timbertops Estate, Darawank, NSW
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-11-13 13:13:01
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°4'43"S - 152°28'29"O
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1.14pm 13th November 2019 - Kiama Fire Brigade - The Fire Front Now Under Control - Timbertops Estate, Darawank, NSW
1.14pm 13th November 2019 - Kiama Fire Brigade - The Fire Front Now Under Control - Timbertops Estate, Darawank, NSW
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-11-13 13:11:31
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°4'44"S - 152°28'29"O
  • © All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images In mid November 2019 the Hillville fire began on private property south west of Taree. It is rumoured that a composting pile of chicken manure spontaneously combusted caused the fire to break out. An alternative theory was that the fire started when sunlight reflecting from a piece of glass in a chicken coup apparently set fire to some dry vegetation. Perhaps the cause was a combination of these two factors. The fire soon gained momentum, fueled by the driest lead into summer for many many years. During its rampaging run east it began threatening homes in forested country in the Burrell Creek, Possum Brush, Mt Talawahl, Rainbow Flat, Kiwarrak Heights and Koorainghat areas with many homes burned down. Many outbuildings, cars and truck also became the unfortunate victims of this devastating fire. The fire continued on through Khappinghat National Park to Wallabi Point and Old Bar before turning south to Diamond Beach andTallwoods Village. At one stage the fire front seen from One Tree Hill at Tallwoods Village stretched from Tallwoods to Mt Talawahl. The Fire burned from Mt Talawahl east crossing the Pacific Highway and burning though country behind Bullocky Way, Greys Road and Highlands Estates. Its last hurrah was to burn along the back of acreages in Timbertops Estate before it was brought under control with the threat to Homstead Estate effectively over. When this image was taken the fire had been brought under control and apart from spot fires was no longer presenting any problems. It was amazing to see how fast the spot fires ran over the grassy horse paddocks. In some ways this was actually a greater threat to property than the actual fire front due to the fact that the water bombing helicopters were just so effective in quelling the flames. It was only from this point on that I was able to take some time to record some images of the fire scene. Why not try Skylum's Luminar 4 for yourself Here
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1.12pm 13th November 2019 - Kiama Fire Brigade, The Fire Front Now Under Control - Timbertops Estate, Darawank, NSW
1.12pm 13th November 2019 - Kiama Fire Brigade, The Fire Front Now Under Control - Timbertops Estate, Darawank, NSW
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-11-13 13:09:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°4'44"S - 152°28'29"O
  • © All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images In mid November 2019 the Hillville fire began on private property south west of Taree. It is rumoured that a composting pile of chicken manure spontaneously combusted caused the fire to break out. An alternative theory was that the fire started when sunlight reflecting from a piece of glass in a chicken coup apparently set fire to some dry vegetation. Perhaps the cause was a combination of these two factors. The fire soon gained momentum, fueled by the driest lead into summer for many many years. During its rampaging run east it began threatening homes in forested country in the Burrell Creek, Possum Brush, Mt Talawahl, Rainbow Flat, Kiwarrak Heights and Koorainghat areas with many homes burned down. Many outbuildings, cars and truck also became the unfortunate victims of this devastating fire. The fire continued on through Khappinghat National Park to Wallabi Point and Old Bar before turning south to Diamond Beach andTallwoods Village. At one stage the fire front seen from One Tree Hill at Tallwoods Village stretched from Tallwoods to Mt Talawahl. The Fire burned from Mt Talawahl east crossing the Pacific Highway and burning though country behind Bullocky Way, Greys Road and Highlands Estates. Its last hurrah was to burn along the back of acreages in Timbertops Estate before it was brought under control with the threat to Homstead Estate effectively over. When this image was taken the fire had been brought under control and apart from spot fires was no longer presenting any problems. It was amazing to see how fast the spot fires ran over the grassy horse paddocks. In some ways this was actually a greater threat to property than the actual fire front due to the fact that the water bombing helicopters were just so effective in quelling the flames. It was only from this point on that I was able to take some time to record some images of the fire scene. Why not try Skylum's Luminar 4 for yourself Here
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