I'm a celebrity star may be banned from camp fire for the first time in the show's history.
With dozens of bush fires, cider can not be cooked, boiled, or heated using the usual flame.
There is currently a total fire ban in New South Wales across the state. Although the Murvilbuha jungle camp is many kilometers away from any bush fires at the moment, the ban would be a problem.
The NSW Rural Fire Service website states: "The fires in Bush are likely to spread and cause damage in days when the weather is very hot, dry and windy. These are usually in very high to extreme days of fire.
"To reduce the risk of fires damaging or destroying lives, property and the environment, the RS RS Commissioner may declare a total fire ban (TOBAN). In a total fire ban, no open fire can be lit and all fire permits are suspended. “
Bosses hope the ban can be lifted before the show begins Sunday or that a key central element of the camp is lost.
Series editor Ollie Nash said: "There are alternatives. They will still have to find a way to cook with power, there are several scenarios we can go through. They will still get a lot of the same food and it will be just as awkward to cook. There will be no microwaves. "
The decision will be made at the last minute in the hope of lowering the risk of fires and lifting the ban.
Tonight there were a total of 76 active fires still burning in NSW.
Rural Fire Service Commissioner Jane Hittimsons said forecasts of harsh weekend conditions will be followed by another scattering of hot air next week, meaning teams "simply won't find the upper hand for all these fires".
He added: "We came across the worst summer – the worst of the season – still ahead of us as we head into summer.
"We really have a long way to go. You can guarantee that we won't be able to catch all these fires before the next wave of bad weather.
"Unfortunately, there is no significant return. There is no change in rainfall in this change and we will continue to maintain the warm dry conditions that dominate the days and weeks ahead. "
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More than 575 schools were closed in New South Wales on Tuesday when State Prime Minister Gladys Bereiklian declared a week of state of emergency in the wake of devastating mid-north coast fires that left three people dead and at least 150 homes destroyed.
The Australian government has often avoided questions about whether climate change could contribute to the fires, in response to criticism.
Scientists and experts warn that the Australian fire season is growing longer and more intense due to climate change.
Officials confirmed that 2018 and 2017 were Australia's third and fourth hottest years on record, and last year the nation experienced its hottest summer on record.
Earlier this week, Mirror reported how a jungle camp site could be at risk of bush fires as they raged across Australia's east coast. Fortunately there is no need to evacuate because the wind direction is sending the closest fires to the camp and at present the series will go ahead as planned.
An ITV spokesman said: "We are in constant contact with the NES fire brigade and are monitoring the situation closely. At the moment we have no cause for concern. The health and safety of our entire production team and celebrities are paramount. "
* I'm a celebrity coming back on Sunday at 9pm on ITV