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Can I light a fire in my backyard?
Last Updated: 2nd April, 2020
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Regarding this, is it legal to have fire in your backyard?
“If you are burning in your backyard and you've dug a pit in your yard and you've put cement blocks around it, you're burning illegally,” said Paul. Rule two: fires must be at least 15 feet from a house, garage, low-hanging branches or anything else that will burn. Rule three: you can't leave them.
can I have a fire in my backyard Victoria? Can I set up and light a fire to operate a barbecue, cooker or hotplate at outdoor functions? No unless: The wind is not more than 10km/h (this can be observed if leaves and small twigs are in constant motion) The fire is lit in a properly-constructed fireplace or in a trench at least 30 centimetres deep.
People also ask, can I light a fire in my backyard NSW?
Backyard burning and unauthorised incineration are prohibited at all times in all council areas in the Sydney, Wollongong and Newcastle regions, and in other NSW council areas listed in Schedule 8 of the Clean Air Regulation.
Do I need a permit for a fire?
You need a fire permit for the burning of vegetation at all times during a declared Fire Permit Period regardless of the weather conditions. You do not need a permit for barbecues, campfires or incinerators provided you comply with the conditions associated with their use.