Before around 14 years ago, the worst bushfires in the Australian Capital Territory history, pine removing is afoot in an action to put a stop to a such destruction ever occurring once again. The investigation into the 2003 blaze discovered further should have been done to minimize fuel loads about Canberra, comprehensive further observed combustion. nonetheless one of the hardness with planned burns as a precautionary way is the particular times and situations required to make sure they are done by safe way and with very little effect on the people who living around, Australian Capital Territory Parks Fire Management inform that the first thing they needed to do was to launch fire, but with the abrasion case connecting to this being a water catchment that gave out a risk by itself, so the removing has been long period in preparing, the experience have just gone in front in the last financial year to give us a right opinion of the way to process the rest of it. In 2003 Canberra bushfires caused a number of deaths, over 490 wounded, and made intense spoilage to the outskirts and external region of Canberra, the capital city of Australia, in the course of 18–22 January 2003. Approximately 70% of the Australian Capital Territory grazing ground, pine forests and nature parks were roughly destroyed, and most of the famous Mount Stromlo Observatory was ruined. After combustion about a week on every side of the edges of the Australian Capital Territory, the blaze came in the outskirts of Canberra on 18 January 2003. After the next short period, four people died and over than 500 houses were ruined.