Record-breaking temperatures and months of severe drought have fuelled a series of massive bushfires across Australia.
Rain has brought some respite to the thousands of firefighters and volunteers tackling the blazes, which have been burning since September.
The fires intensified over the past week, with a number towns evacuated.
At least 24 people have so far been killed - including three volunteer firefighters - and more than 6.3 million hectares (63,000 sq km or 15.6 million acres) of bush, forest and parks have been burned. In the worst-hit state,
New South Wales (NSW), fire has affected almost five million hectares, destroying more than 1,300 houses and forcing thousands to seek shelter elsewhere. Hot, dry weather combined with prolonged drought and strong winds have created perfect conditions for fire to spread rapidly.
About 130 fires were burning across the state on Monday, in the bush, mountain forests and national parks.
Dartplayers Australia, along side Warilla Bowls and recreation Club and Many sponsors and players are jumping on board to raise money for the Australian Red Cross.
The DPA Bush Fire Dartathon will be held at the Warilla Bowls and recreation club, Warilla NSW on Friday 31st Jan 2020 from 12pm - 3pm. Entry will be $10.00 and 100% goes to the Australian Red Cross.
There will be raffles and auctions to help raise money for this great cause..
Get behind our CFA fighters and communities that are going through this devastating time. Support the DPA Bush Fire Appeal
More information to follow

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