Travel Guides: Stacey’s whole ‘Stack’ Wilburn house is on fire

Channel Nine’s Travel Guides star Stacey ‘Stack’ Wilburn leaves devastated as her whole house burns down with ‘everything’ her family owns inside










Channel Nine Travel Guides cowgirl Stacey ‘Stack’ Wilburn shared her grief after her family home burned down in the early hours of Sunday morning.

The 32-year-old, who became a household name on the show alongside her identical twin sister Mel, confirmed the news on the couple’s joint Instagram page on Tuesday.

“Stack here!” Can’t beat this for the start of the year, ”she wrote, alongside a picture of the property, in Upper Horton, NSW, ablaze.

Devastating: Channel Nine cowgirl Stacey ‘Stack’ Wilburn has revealed her heartbreak after her family home burned down in the early hours of Sunday morning. Pictured with identical twin sister Mel

“In the early hours of Sunday morning, everything we owned – my partner and the children – lost everything in a house fire that left nothing but ashes.

“We are all safe and no life is lost, just a reminder to everyone to check your smoke detectors!” “

She concluded by saying that although she lost all of her possessions, she is grateful that the family has “and the clothes that were on the clothesline”.

Her sister Mel has posted a GoFundMe page online, hoping to raise $ 10,000 for the family and help them get back on their feet.

Almost $ 8,000 was raised on Wednesday.

Tragedy: Stack shared an image of the property, in Upper Horton, NSW, ablaze

Tragedy: Stack shared an image of the property, in Upper Horton, NSW, ablaze

Lost: She concluded by saying that although she lost all of her belongings, she is grateful that the family has

Lost: She concluded by saying that although she lost all of her belongings, she is grateful that the family has “and the clothes that were on the clothesline”

“If you could help me in any way that would be greatly appreciated, I hope I can replace their Christmas presents, cowboy boots and clothes – they lost everything,” Mel wrote.

“With the overwhelming offers of support from everyone, I thought this would be the best way to make sure they get exactly what they need.”

Mel told Daily Mail Australia on Wednesday that the family did not yet know how the fire started.

Helping Hand: Sister Mel posted a GoFundMe page online, hoping to raise $ 10,000 for the family and help them get back on their feet

Helping Hand: Sister Mel posted a GoFundMe page online, hoping to raise $ 10,000 for the family and help them get back on their feet

“We would really like to thank everyone for their kind words and donations – we really live in a beautiful country,” she said.

She added that Stacks took things “one day at a time” and did her best to explain the situation to her two children.

Stack and Mel are two of the “travel guides” who document their adventures across Australia on the TV show of the same name.

The ladies have become fan favorites thanks to their hilarious jokes and straightforward antics.

Rise to fame: Stack and Mel are two of the 'travel guides' who document their adventures across Australia on the TV show of the same name

Rise to fame: Stack and Mel are two of the ‘travel guides’ who document their adventures across Australia on the TV show of the same name

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