ACT fire crews have been deployed to help fight bushfires engulfing large parts of Queensland.
The ACT Rural Fire Service will send 28 firefighters to help Queensland crews who are fighting more than 70 blazes burning across the state.
The Canberra crews will be sent to Rockhampton and Warwick on Thursday and will be part of firefighting efforts for five days, before returning home on September 18.
A fire behavioural analyst has also been sent to Caloundra as part of the ACT contingent, and a public information officer will be deployed to help NSW Rural Fire Service crews.
The deployment comes as 29 firefighters from Queanbeyan and the Lake George region were sent out earlier this week to help battle the blazes.
"We wish our departing crews safe travels and thank them for their commitment and support," an ACT Emergency Services Agency spokesman said.
"Both deployments will not impact on the level of fire protection to Canberra and the surrounding regions."
As many as 10 buildings have been destroyed in fires on the Sunshine Coast.
Fire crews in the state have said conditions are expected to ease on Wednesday and Thursday, before hotter weather will see the fire danger increase over the weekend.