'I'm A Celebrity' bosses say there's 'no cause for concern' over Australian bushfires

I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! is due to start on Sunday. (ITV)

I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! is due to kick off in just a matter of days as bushfires rage in New South Wales and Queensland in Australia.

The show's campsite near to Murwillumbah in New South Wales is located 30km away from one of the blazes, however, bosses on the ITV reality show have said there is currently "no cause for concern".

In a statement obtained by the Evening Standard, a spokesperson for the programme said: “We are in constant contact with the NSW fire brigade and are closely monitoring the situation. We currently have no cause for concern.

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"The health and safety of all our production crew and celebrities are of the utmost importance."

Ant and Dec are returning to host the ITV reality show. (ITV)

Although a line-up has not been confirmed, celebrities including Jacqueline Jossa, Ian Wright and Caitlyn Jenner have been pictured landing at Brisbane Airport over the past few days.

The worst-affected areas are currently 730km south of the reality show's campsite ahead of its Sunday November 17 launch date.

A local resident gets into his vehicle near a bushfire burning near Busbys Flat, Australia, Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019. (Jason O'Brien/AAP Image via AP)

Three people are known to have died in New South Wales after the fires began on Thursday November 7, with at least 150 homes also being destroyed.

Queensland and New South Wales have declared a state of emergency over the bushfires which pose a "catastrophic" threat.

New South Wales' fire authorities have issued the maximum level of warning for the first time since the new fire warnings were introduced in 2009.