- Blaze comes within metres of homes
- Waroona bushfire intensifies overnight
- Waroona 'demon fire' destroys homes
- Roads closed due to Waroona bushfires
- Bushfire causing Southbound driver delays
- Residents evacuated to Pinjarra
- Emergency declared for Harvey
- Evacuation centre opened in Australind
- Fire forces closure of petrol stations
- Man airlifted to hospital with burn injuries
- Drakesbrook Winery's vineyards wiped out
- Smoke cloud detected on weather radar
- Community opens doors to those in need
- Perth woman's car dies during detour
- Ash rains down on Bunbury CBD
- Margaret River firefighters "Waroona is absolute mayhem"
CRUISE ship passengers arriving in Busselton on Thursday were greeted with an eerie black sky.
Smoke from a bushfire emergency in Waroona had travelled more than 120 kilometres to rest ominously above the town.
Large streaks of brown and black hovered over a number of iconic landmarks including Busselton Jetty where passengers from The Sun Princess were the first to use the new marine berthing facility.