Green Growth Returns to Bushland Devastated by Forster Bushfires

Just a month after a major bushfire hit Forster on the New South Wales mid-north coast, once-devastated local bushland is showing signs of regeneration.

Residents of Forster were issued an emergency warning to seek shelter on November 7 as fires broke containment lines at The Southern Parkway. Just a month later new green shoots of fern plants can be seen in videos captured by June Frances.

Over 2.7 million hectares have been burnt by bushfires in New South Wales this fire season. Credit: panopics33 via Storyful