A catastrophic fire danger warning has been issued for people living in the southeast of Western Australia.
The Bureau of Meteorology has forecast the worst possible conditions for bush or grass fire on Wednesday for the Eucla, which includes the Kalgoorlie-Boulder area, as well as the shire of Dundas.
Residents have been warned that any fire that takes hold will be "extremely difficult to control and will take significant firefighting resources", AAP reports.
The Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES) said spot fires would start well ahead of the main fire, causing rapid spread of the fire with embers coming from many directions.
DFES said people living in or near bush with high fuel loads would be at risk and needed to act.
Meanwhile, severe fire danger advice has been issued for inland parts of the Pilbara and coastal parts of the Great Southern for Wednesday, while extreme fire danger will be experienced in central and southern parts of the Interior.
A total fire ban has been declared for the Shire of Esperance