At least 4 people were killed and more than 400 homes have been demolished due to bushfires across Australia last month.
Over 140 bushes in South Wales and in Sydney are burning. In addition to this, seven separate fire started yesterday in various areas of the city rapidly.
Bushfires are still raging in South Australia, Victoria, Queensland, and New South Wales.
According to the foreign news agency, most severe bushfires are seen in Sydney.
Officials have threatened that many areas of the city would be covered with smoke.
Apart from that, bushfires have created pollution issues in Sydney. Fire burning has also caused New South Wales to get a high ranking of 19 on Air Visual Global ranking of cities experiencing the most horrible air pollution. It has put ahead Mumbai and Shanghai as well. The temperature of the city has also reached 40C (104F).
Note that bushfires are not rare in Australia. But this time the blaze has started earlier than normal, mainly due to climate change, as said by meteorologists.