Rippling abdominal muscles, sultry stares and well-groomed pooches, the boys of the Australian Firefighters Calendar and their fluffy companions are back to set hearts on fire in 2024.
The annual tradition, dating back 31 years, brings together Aussie heroes to raise money for a variety of charities including wildlife rescue and young cancer patient support.
More than 25 firefighters from aviation, military and urban fire services joined the month-long photoshoot to create six editions of the 2024 calendar.
A range of themed calendars show Australia's hunkiest emergency services photographed with adorable cats, dogs and horses.
The calendar has donated $3.4 million to Australian charities since it launched in 1993.
This year the funds raised will benefit the Queensland Koala Society, Kids with Cancer Foundation, Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital, Safe Haven Animal Rescue and seven other charities.
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