Spooky 'devil face' in Australian bushfire
Craig Calvert (L) sent this photo to Sunrise on Friday.
Devastated dairy farmer Craig Calvert, who spent 13 hours fighting fires threatening his property in Victoria, has shared an eerie image of the blaze which depicts "a big devil face" in the billowing smoke.

"I'm not really into hokey pokey spooky stuff but there's a big devil face right in the fire," he told Sunrise on Friday.

"It's just ridiculous, you won't believe, I don't believe it."

Calvert, from Sarsfield, has "extensive fire experience" and "knew it was going to be bad" when fires approached his property earlier this week.

"We had fireballs coming over, jumping. Some of them were 50 metres to 100 metres across," Calvert told Sunrise.

"It didn't even burn the trees. It was burning the gas on top of the trees - It was almost like white flame."

Calvert said the fire hit them five times and they spent 13 hours saving their home.

But the sixth generation farmer said it is coming back and they are planning for a bigger fight on Saturday.

"I'm shaking like a leaf because I know what we're in for. It's coming back," he said.

Desperate plea to PM

Calvert issued a desperate message to the prime minister for help, saying they needed more support.

"The Australian public is scared. It is ridiculous," he said.

"Mr Morrison, please throw your gloves on and come down here and see me.