Water bombing choppers and Air Tractor 802 Fire Boss planes are just some of the aircraft working around the clock to fight fires in Woodgate and Buxton.
The Bundaberg Airport has been a pit stop for refuelling, with a multitude of fire emergency aircraft coming and going from the area since Wednesday.
Multiple bright yellow Air Tractor 802 Fire Boss planes arrived in the region recently and make for an impressive sight up against the hazy sky.
According to airtractor.com, the plane is equipped with floats and a scooper air tanker which is able to land on and scoop water from nearby lakes, rivers and reservoirs.
The Fire Boss can deliver up to 14,000 gallons per hour for extended attack or ground support.
Water bombing helicopters have also been delivering water to fire affected areas in the region and MI Helicopters have had their aircraft in the sky to assist with air attacks and mapping of the Woodgate fire.
The footage below was captured by one of the pilots at Woodgate yesterday.
Conditions are expected to worsen for fires in parts of the Woodgate and Buxton areas.
For up-to-date information and warnings go to the QFES Facebook page here.
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