Animals displaced by a bushfire in Victoria 2014

Communication and warnings

Over recent years there has been an increased realisation of the importance of improving community resilience in relation to natural hazards. Some initial work has been undertaken within the bushfire domain regarding the definition of community and the identification of some of the barriers to community resilience, both at the community and household level.

Our research objective is to build on this work and increase the understanding of both the concept of a resilient community and the barriers to resilience across natural hazards. This will greatly assist with the development of policy and approaches to working with communities.

Communications and Warnings

Browse Projects

CRC funded projects’ details research conducted by the core, CRC funded, program.

Projects in ‘commissioned research’ detail research the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC has, or is, conducting directly for a partner organisation, outside of the core, CRC funded, program. These projects are included on this page as their topic relates to this cluster, and the findings may be of interest. 

AFAC17 logo

AFAC17 logo

All the resources from our 2017 conference

National research priorities for natural hazards

National research priorities for natural hazards

National priorities for research

November update: Southern Australian Seasonal Bushfire Outlook 2017-18

Bushfire outlook 2017-18

Four years of highlights

Bushfire planning with kids ebook

Research clusters