A Buddhist monastery, a prison farm and homes are under threat from a bushfire raging out of control south-east of Perth.
Bodhinuana Buddhist Monastery and Karnet Prison Farm are under threat from the Serpentine blaze, which started during lightning storms near the Serpentine Dam, about 55km south-southeast of Perth.
An emergency warning is in place, with those in the area warned to "act immediately to survive".
Emergency WA says unpredictable conditions on fire grounds across the state mean there is a risk to lives and homes.
The WA government has called in a C-130 Hercules Water Bomber from NSW, which is due to arrive on Sunday to help control multiple fire fronts.
A Bushfire Emergency Warning is also in place for parts of North Dandalup, Myara and Whittaker in the Shire of Murray where 270 hectares have been burnt.
Numerous watch and act warnings and advice warnings are in place across WA.
Temperatures in Perth peaked at 35C on Saturday and are predicted to reach 27C on Sunday.
Australian Associated Press
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