Thousands of people have rushed towards the seafront as fire raced to coast.
Locals fled to the beach as bushfires moved into the Victorian Coastal town of Mallacoota.
Locals were seeking shelter at the sea coast. They reported that they started camping on wharves and boarding boats. The sky seemed blood-red and fires have turned days into nights due to fires.
Two more people have lost their lives in blazes in South Wales. The number of deaths caused by bushfires has reached 12.
Fire fronts have made the life miserable, many holiday spots have also been closed.
More than twelve emergency level flashes span a 500km (310) miles stretch into two states in Australia; to Bairnsdale in Victoria from Batemans Bay in New South Wales (NSW).
Authorities have reported that two bodies were found in the town of Corbargo in NSW. They have also reported that five more people are missing from the region.
However, Daniel Andrews, Victoria’s state premier that navy ships may be called upon to bring necessities such as food, water, and power to the people who have fled to the seafront.
He said, “Some of these isolated communities can be accessed by sea,”
Increasing temperatures and winds have worsened the circumstances in the states.