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Researchers have created a disaster-resilient Queenslander that can withstand fires, floods and cyclones.

The home’s construction coincides with new research that reveals a majority of Australians aren’t interested in preparing their homes for weather emergencies.

“31% of home owners were saying the perceived cost of building reslience into your home is one of the reasons why they didn’t invest.” – Suncorp, Paige Vincent.

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