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Travel Guides: Stacey ‘Stack’ Wilburn’s entire house burns down

Devastating: Cowgirl Stacy Revealed
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Channel Nine Travel Guide star Stacey ‘Stack’ Welburn is left devastated as her entire house burns down and inside is ‘everything’ her family owned.










Cowgirl Stacey “Stack” Welburn shared on Channel Nine’s Travel Guide her grief after her family’s home burned down in the early hours of Sunday morning.

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

‘Heap here!’ This can’t be beat as **the start of the year,” she wrote, along with a photo of the property, in Upper Horton, NSW, on fire.

Devastating: Cowgirl Stacy Revealed

Devastated: Channel Nine cowgirl Stacey “Stack” Wilborn revealed in her travel guide her grief after her family’s 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 my children – was lost in a house fire that left nothing but ashes.

“We are all safe and there are no lives lost, just a reminder to everyone to check your smoke alarms!”

She concluded by saying that although she had lost all of her belongings, she was thankful that the family had each other and “the clothes that were on the clothesline”.

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

Nearly $8,000 has been raised as of Wednesday.

Tragedy: Stack shared a photo of the property, in Upper Horton, NSW, on fire

Tragedy: Stack shared a photo of the property, in Upper Horton, NSW, on fire

Lost: She concluded by saying that although she had lost all of her belongings, she was thankful that the family had each other 'and the clothes that were on the clothesline'

Lost: She concluded by saying that although she had lost all of her belongings, she was thankful that the family had each other ‘and the clothes that were on the clothesline’

“If you can help in any case, it would be greatly appreciated, I am aiming to be able to exchange for Christmas gifts, cowboy boots and clothes – they have lost everything,” Mill wrote.

“With the tremendous offers of support from everyone, I thought this would be the best way I can ensure they get exactly what they need.”

Mill told Daily Mail Australia on Wednesday that the family was not sure how the fire started yet.

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

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

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

She added that Stax was taking things “every day at a time” and trying her best to explain the situation to her two children.

Stack and Mel are two “travel guides” who documented their adventures through Australia in the TV show of the same name.

The ladies have become a fan favorite thanks to their funny pranks and straight-forward shooting style.

Rising to Fame: Stack and Mel are two of

Rising to Fame: Stack and Mel are two “travel guides” who document their adventures through Australia on the TV show of the same name

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