CHICKEN, DUCK, PIDGEON, QUAIL, TURKEY ETC
Wash your mouth
Thing is IT is what I do, all the on-line means of getting a ban advice require human input, humans get busy, especially when fires are burning.
I don't suggest that a Ranger is going to take you to court if your info is out of date, but they can spoil your party and get the fire put out.
Mostly it's just common sense though, if the sun is frying the backyard I'm going to be very careful about lighting a fire
Native back yard here with a huge peppermint tree that drops dry leaves all over, a eucalyptus dripping dry gum-nuts and oil, lots of dry mulch - in short not a fire-safe environment even though the bbqs are well away and on brick
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