Aussie wildfires burn into World Heritage site Blue Mountains Park cliffs with ‘fire waterfall’

Australia has been plagued by wildfires in recent months due to drought and strong winds, According to The Australian. Recently, the World Heritage Site blue mountain national park outside Sydney was also engulfed by fire, forming a “fire waterfall.” At present, the park has banned visitors from entering the park and suspended all activities.

Aussie wildfires burn into World Heritage site Blue Mountains Park cliffs with 'fire waterfall'

The Australian fire sparks from September, particularly in New South Wales, where locals have captured stunning footage of the scene of a fire in the Blue Mountains National Park, where the fire continues to burn on the cliffs and shows a “fire waterfall.”

Mr Blaine said it was the largest fire ever built in the area, which had been burning in the area for almost a month, and the mountains were now like “ghost towns” with people’s faces filled with despair and fear.

Aussie wildfires burn into World Heritage site Blue Mountains Park cliffs with 'fire waterfall'

At present, the Blue Mountains National Park due to serious fire, has been banned from the park, and temporarily suspended all activities in the park.

Aussie wildfires burn into World Heritage site Blue Mountains Park cliffs with 'fire waterfall'

NSW Rural Fire Chief FitzSimons said the report showed 105 fires had occurred in NSW and 59 remained unsolved, and unfortunately authorities expected more property damage and more deaths.

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