We are in the time of bushfires season when the temperature will start move up, and the longest day of the year become close the authorities are complete their planning for the hottest summer months, and in spite of the development of technicality, the old way method to discovering and Determining blazes continue through a pair of gimlet eyes from over is the initial line of defense. When the temperature increase, gimlet eyes will start search and scan over the ACT to give excellent coverage for the supplies that are on the ground from above, by 4 towers surround Canberra, located in Tree Hill to the north, in Kowen Forest to the east, Mount Corree to the west and Mount Tennent in the south. Bushfires in Australia are repeated events through the hotter months of the year, due to Australia’s mostly hot, dry weather. Each year, such blaze impact large areas. While they can cause property destroyed and may people dies, certain native flora in Australia have evolved to depend on bushfires as a means of reproduction, and fire events are an interwoven. For many years, Indigenous Australians have used blaze to foster grasslands for hunting and to clear tracks through thick bush.