The Australian state of New South Wales is officially free from bushfires for the first time in more than 240 days, according to the area's fire service.
Months of devastating fires in Australia left at least 28 people dead, about 3,000 homes destroyed and up to a billion animals affected.
On February 13 the fire service said all of the fires in New South Wales had been declared contained for the first time this season.
Now, all bushfires in the state have been extinguished.
"For the first time since early July 2019, there is currently no active bush or grass fires in #NSW," tweeted New South Wales Rural Fire Service. "That's more than 240 days of fire activity for the state."
Last month, the fire service described this latest fire season as "very traumatic, exhausting and anxious."
The fire service's deputy commissioner Rob Rogers said it had been "a truly devastating fire season for both firefighters and residents, who've suffered through so much this season."
New South Wales, which sits on the east coast of Australia and is home to the city of Sydney, was the worst affected state in the country.