Queensland's fire containment lines will be tested as heatwave conditions sweep across the state's tinder-dry fire zones.
WHAT'S THE DAMAGE?
* 19 homes lost - 15 in central Queensland at Cobraball, one at Cooroibah on the Sunshine Coast, and three at Ravensbourne on the Darling Downs
* 37 homes lost since September 1
* 70 fires still burning across the state
* More than 158,000 hectares of land burnt out
WHERE ARE THE MOST DANGEROUS FIRES?
North of Toowoomba, currently burning between Crows Nest and Ravensbourne where three houses have been destroyed
* Moreton Island
The blaze is burning northeast of the townships of Bulwer and Cowan. Campers have been evacuated from the island.
* Border ranges
A cluster of difficult blazes in inaccessible land in the Border Ranges region, from Cunninghams Gap and Spicers Gap south to Mount Barney and Mount Lindsay
WHAT IS THE FORECAST?
* Forecasters have warned there is no end in sight with no significant rainfall forecast
* Conditions are expected to deteriorate from Wednesday with high temperatures and unpredictable winds
* A State of Fire Emergency has been declared across 42 Local Government Areas