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Neighbouring land owners of the far north Queensland Cape York wilderness, named the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve, are blaming mismanagement of the property for allowing the bushfire to take hold, Woman's Day magazine reports.
The land, about 400 times the size of Sydney's CBD, was gifted to Terri Irwin by the Federal Government.
Local grazier and neighbour Cameron Quartermaine told Woman's Day Ms Irwin has no one but herself to blame for the blaze.
"The damage can be greatly reduced with a
At the time Terri Irwin said: "This magnificent gesture by the Australian Government will allow us to actively manage this land for conservation and research, as a perpetual memorial to Steve's work."