Blaze Aid have landed in the North West ready to assist with flood relief where required but need some help of their own.
Husband and wife team John and Chris Male are leading the Cloncurry response with another team at Richmond, and with more to come in Julia Creek and Winton in March.
Ms Male said they would be sending volunteers onto affected properties to help with graziers.
"They will help property owners rebuild and get started again after the floods," Ms Male said.
"Rebuilding fences will be a huge part of it but they will also be helping to get rid of mud and get their sheds back in order."
Ms Male said they had people at the ready to head to properties on Wednesday.
"(Cloncurry) Council have forwarded me a property owners list and I will start matching people and properties up today," she said.
"What we have an immediate need for is for spare freezers, we have big companies offering to sponsor us with food but we can't accept those offers until we have freezers to put it in.
"We'd also love donations of bottled water."
The Males are a retired but active couple from the LaTrobe Valley in Gippsland, Victoria and have been involved in Blaze Aid for eight years.
"Our son and daughter-in-law had a car accident, and if it wasn't for the care and attention they received from the medical people we wouldn't have them," Chris Male said.
"So this is our way of paying back."
Ms Male said they expected to be in the North West until the end of June and more volunteers are always welcome.
If you want to volunteer or can help with the freezers or bottled water contact Chris on 0418 748 994.
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