Lyndsey Wright

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Research Manager

Lyndsey is Research Manager at the Bushfire CRC.  Lyndsey was originally seconded to theBushfire CRC from the Metropolitan Fire and Emergency Services Board where she was Manager Planning and Research for nearly 10 years. Lyndsey has a background in economics and planning and management.

Publications authored


Authors L. Wright; J. McLennan; A. Birch; T.D. Penman
Authors J. McLennan; L. Wright; A. Birch


Blog posts


Last week I had the privilege of attending the Australian Community Engagement and Fire Awareness conference, run the by the New South Wales RFS, in Wollongong. One of the highlights was seeing the way in which Bushfire CRC research was being used to underpin brigade-level...


Part of the process of winding up the Bushfire CRC is formally documenting the project Intellectual Property (IP) for all the great work completed over the ten years. This is an aspect of finalising the research outputs which often gets pushed to the side, but it is a useful...


As part of meeting the objectives of the Bushfire CRC, strategic integration research on different aspects of fire in the environment is now underway and will be completed by June 2014. The focus of the work is on bringing together the findings from relevant projects and...


Bushfire CRC researchers are back in field conducting community-based research in New South Wales following the October bushfires. This important research, undertaken at the request of the NSW Rural Fire Service in the Port Stephens, Blue Mountains and the Southern Highlands...


I had the privilege of participating in the professional development workshop on psychological preparedness at our recent joint conference with AFAC. Designed to assist those who are undertaking research field work to better prepare themselves for the experience, the workshop...


One of the things I love hearing about is the progress of our PhD students. The first highlight is of course hearing about the commitment to do a PhD, then confirmation of candidature. While these first hurdles are challenging, I do not underestimate how hard it is to finish...


Research outputs and research communications come in many formats, aimed at many different audiences. In August last year I wrote that the best outputs from the Bushfire CRC will both challenge and...


I am sure researchers and students have bad days when they wonder if their research will ever be completed, and if their hard work will be utilised. These days do pass and others have been in this place before you and have come through the other end.
Dr Briony Towers is...


Each year the joint Bushfire CRC and AFAC conference attracts around 1000 delegates keen to hear the latest in science, research, policy and practice for the sector. This is a great opportunity to showcase the work of the Bushfire CRC, with the call for abstracts currently...


We are mindful that there are many students who are not directly involved with the Bushfire CRC, but whose areas of research are likely to be of significant interest to our stakeholders (both research partners or end users). Some of these students are already indirectly...