The CFS Chief Officer has declared that the Fire Danger Season for the western and northern parts of SA, including Yorke Peninsula, will commence 2 weeks earlier than usual on 1 November 2017 and run to 30 April 2018.
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Despite having a drier than average year, fuel loads on Yorke Peninsula remain high. With less soil moisture available this year, the fire danger season is expected to begin earlier than usual. While the official start date is normally mid November, YPC Senior Compliance Officer, Phil Herrmann says that a high fuel load due to... [Continue reading]
The above intersection will be closed from 6 October to 12 October (weather permitting) to apply road surface treatments at the intersection. A detour will be established around the site along Old Port Vincent, Cook, Quarry, Goldworthy, Mulburra Park and Powerline Roads. During this period the intersection and impacted side roads will be closed... [Continue reading]