SMOKE COVERS AUSTRALIA'S MOST FAMOUS BEACH (BONDI) FROM THE BUSHFIRES (SYDNEY) ?? ? ?



SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/VicStefanu – Let’s visit the fascinating city of Sydney, in Australia, and let’s go to the country’s most famous beach, Bondi …

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17 thoughts on “SMOKE COVERS AUSTRALIA'S MOST FAMOUS BEACH (BONDI) FROM THE BUSHFIRES (SYDNEY) ?? ? ?

  1. Hello are you greek?
    Anyway welcome to Sydney. If you have any questions please feel free to ask. You should also film the other side of the beach. It’s not the best beach as you said but it has such a great vibe because all the bars and restaurants etc in the area

  2. Thank you for this 'close-up' impression of Bondi Beach. It would be so much more enjoyable to watch, without the ambivalent emotion about the hovering devastating bush fires . . .

  3. Thanks for your video. I used to live an flat next to that beautiful beach and can tell you that the sky is supposed to be solid baby blue unlike it in your video. Good to see Bondi is saved from Bushfires. Praying for Australia.

  4. G'day……?
    Lucky You???
    Thanks for the …lol
    Like a possum in the gum tree…..
    …As sharp as a tack…
    Great BONDI BEACH video stroll…
    How ya goin ' luv?….
    Stay cool?

  5. This year has been a very bad year for bush fires in South Eastern Australia.. In the past there was a program that burned off areas of bush during the winter. They had a rotation system to stop the build up of lots of wood and leave fuel in the ground in the forests..

    The original Aboriginal people used to start bush fires in the winter time to refresh the countryside.. The new growth would come with spring and that would ensure more animals and a good hunting season.. But a number of years ago with the Carbon caused global warming theory becoming popular there was an anti-burn off movement that gained the ear of the government..

    So they stopped burning off areas.. An extra bonus was the government saving money because they did not have to pay for the organized burn offs in the winter any more.. Of course over the period of a decade the wood and leaves built up to an alarming level on the forest floor and this year has seen a severe drought coincide with the very hot summer. This has all combined to create the biggest bush fires seen in Australia for generations..

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