Australia’s sexiest firefighters flaunt their sculpted six-pack in several exclusive editions of the 2021 Australian Firefighters Calendar.

The 2021 Animal Lovers Calendar will play a vital role in treating injured wildlife from the recent fires in Australia. In the last two years, fires have raged in forested regions at a rate never before seen in recorded history. The Australian military sent troops, ships and aircraft to New South Wales to help relocation and firefighting efforts. The amount of land affected across the country is comparable to England’s land area of 13 million hectares. It is estimated that the 2019–2020 bushfires killed at least 33 people and over 3 billion animals of Australia’s diverse native wildlife.

“No one was left unaffected watching our precious wildlife trying to escape from the bushfires, and the loss of wildlife is beyond comprehension. Everyone at the Australian Firefighters Calendar decided that all our efforts needed to be focused on Australian wildlife this year,” says David Rogers, director of the Australian Firefighters Calendar.

Now in its 28th year, one of the world’s most original calendars is back for 2021. The Australian Firefighters Calendar is a feast for the eyes, raises awareness for the wildlife and habitat protection and supports a good cause. 


For 2021, David Rogers and his team have produced six unique calendars including two new versions. The Animal Lovers Calendar puts a diverse range of Australian wildlife, adorable rescue and therapy animals and other iconic animals in the spotlight.

As sexy as an advertising campaign by Jean-Paul Gaultier (remember the sailor stripes?): Richard and Abigail.

The 2021 Animal Lovers Calendar will play a vital role in treating injured wildlife from the recent fires. Funds from last year’s 2020 calendar helped to finance the purchase of new equipment and supplies for nearly six months, Dr Michael Pyne and his team of vets and volunteers worked around the clock to save streams of koalas, wombats, kangaroos and birdlife. 

Kangaroo Jack poses as professionally as firefighter Mick.

The 2021 calendars will support the native animal charities that are vital to supporting the fragile wildlife. One of these is the Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital, where Dr Stephen Van Mil and his team are building Australia’s first mobile wildlife hospital, which will make it possible for the mobile hospital to be rushed to wherever the wildlife emergency is. 

Dennis and Emily. Koalas are at high risk: They face extinction in New South Wales by 2050.


If you’re looking for the perfect Christmas gift for yourself, your family and friends, take a look at the Australian Firefighters Calendar website. Have you ever seen more original calendars?

The new calendars will also support several small, locally based wildlife organisations like Australian Seabird Rescue, Native Animal Rescue, Wildcare Inc., Safe Haven Animal Rescue, RACQ, Rural Aid, Kids with Cancer Foundation Australia.

Staffed by people dedicated to saving Australian wildlife in their areas, these groups work tirelessly to ensure all wildlife is cared for until it is released back to the bush and sea. 

Lloyd’s big muscles protect sweet chicks Baxter and Bubba.

If you liked our article Sexiest Firefighters Support Wilflife, check out our latest articles on male models and actors. Don’t miss our second article on the Australian Firefighers Calendars, which will be published in a few days.

Nathan and and his best friend Dejavu.


The calendar and the video were shot at the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary in Australia.

Photos and video courtesy of Australian Firefighters Calendar.

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