Australian firefighters have managed to control a bushfire that burned more than half of the UNESCO world heritage-listed Fraser Island, around two months after a suspected illegal campfire sparked the blaze. According to public broadcaster ABC, the fire on the world’s largest sand island, off Australia’s east coast, destroyed large swathes of the isle’s forests before heavy downpours arrived over the weekend. Attention has now turned to the large weather system that brought the much-needed rain — and with it, strong winds and the possibility of flooding to roughly 500 kilometers of the east coast.