Weather conditions hindering crews, as Pilliga bush fire doubles in size

Rachel Clark
Updated December 18 2023 - 11:38am, first published 11:30am
Fire crews battle the fiery inferno that is the Duck Creek Pilliga bushfire which is currently one of the largest active fires in the state. Picture from RFS Narrabri brigade facebook
Fire crews battle the fiery inferno that is the Duck Creek Pilliga bushfire which is currently one of the largest active fires in the state. Picture from RFS Narrabri brigade facebook

Fire crews have travelled from across the state to help battle the Duck Creek Pilliga Forest bush fire that doubled in size overnight.

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Rachel Clark

Rachel Clark

Journalist

Rachel, a former Sydney-sider turned country journalist at the Northern Daily Leader, covers education, Gunnedah and Liverpool Plains councils, and renewable energy. Be sure to say g'day: rachel.clark@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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