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Cudlee Creek Bushfire Map as at 21 December 2019
The map shows a large portion of the Adelaide Hills from Mount Pleasant in the north to Mount Barker in the south, Palmer in the east and Uraidla in the west. Charleston is in the centre of the map.
The total area burnt in the Cudlee Creek bushfire is marked. This information is dated 21 December 2019 at 3.00 pm.
There is a large burnt area and a smaller burnt area to its north. The two burnt areas are connected by a narrow neck on the western side of both areas.
The large burnt area covers parts of Charleston, Harrogate and Brukunga.
The smaller burnt area covers parts of Cudlee Creek, Kenton Valley, Porter Scrub Conservation Park and Mount Torrens.
The connecting portion of the burnt area covers parts of Lenswood, Lobethal and Woodside.
The total area burnt at that time was 23,669.34 hectares.
The total perimeter of the area burnt at that time was 126.54 kilometres.Page last updated : 23 Dec 2019