The Philippine Times has compiled the following list to assist those who are concerned about the devastating bushfires around Australia. These were sourced out from Australian Federal and State websites.

Information on current bushfire situation

Please visit the relevant state or territory emergency management website:

Concerns for family and friends in Australia

This service registers, finds and reunites family and friends after an emergency.

Australian Red Cross – ‘Register.Find.Reunite’: – https://register.redcross.org.au

For those travelling to Australia

According to the Australian government, while large rural areas have been affected, most of Australia remains safe and continues to welcome visitors.

All international airports are operating as normal. One of the best ways to support Australian communities, and the tourism sector, is to keep visiting.

Tourism Australia posted a summary of some of the most popular destinations for travellers and whether they have been impacted by the current fires.

Latest news advisory

Bushfire relief donations

The following Australian organisations are accepting direct donations in Australia for bushfire relief:

Counselling and support

For those who may need support or counselling during this crisis, there are a number of online and telephone services available:

Lifeline – call 13 11 14 or visit lifeline.org.au/

Beyond Blue – call 1300 22 46 36 or visit beyondblue.org.au/get-support/get-immediate-support

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