Russell Crowe's property is under threat from raging bushfires as they sweep the mid north coast

  • Crowe owns a 400-hectare property in Nana Glen - one of the emergency zones
  • Fires are currently burning in the Coutts Crossing areas of northern NSW
  •  It's not known at this stage if Crowe's property has been destroyed

Russell Crowe's home is under threat as bushfires continue to ravage the New South Wales mid north coast.

The Academy Award-winning actor owns a 400-hectare property in Nana Glen - one of the emergency zones. 

It's not known at this stage if Crowe's property has been destroyed.  

A number of large bush fires are currently burning in the Coutts Crossing, Coramba, and Glenreagh areas.  

The Academy Award-winning actor owns a 400-hectare property (pictured) in Nana Glen - one of the emergency zones

The Academy Award-winning actor owns a 400-hectare property (pictured) in Nana Glen - one of the emergency zones

Smoke from a large bushfire is seen outside Nana Glen, near Russell Crowe's 400-hectare property

Smoke from a large bushfire is seen outside Nana Glen, near Russell Crowe's 400-hectare property 

Crowe took to Twitter on Tuesday afternoon to encourage Australian musician Troy Casser-Daley to use the NSW Rural Fire Service app.

The country singer said his mother was evacuated 'as a precaution' to Grafton, in the Northern Rivers region of NSW.

'What's the best way to be updated down that way @NSWRFS please?' Casser-Dalley asked his followers on Twitter.

'Get the app mate. It's very helpful,' Crowe responded. 

A number of concerned fans have sent messages of support to the Gladiator actor

'Hope your place is safe. Kindest thoughts and prayers for all threatened by bushfires,' one wrote. 

'Just saw the warning for Nana Glen, stay safe Russ x,' said another. 

More to come.

It's not known at this stage if Crowe's property has been destroyed

It's not known at this stage if Crowe's property has been destroyed

 

Russell Crowe's property under threat from raging bushfires

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