The Block host Scott Cam has called members of the Australian Rural Fire Service (RFS) his Australians of the Year.
The 57-year-old took to Instagram on Sunday, where he praised the firefighters after he almost lost his home on the NSW South Coast this month.
'Happy Australia Day to everyone have a great day,' Scott wrote online.
Heroes: The Block host Scott Cam, 57, (pictured) sent out a special messages to firefighters on Australia Day on Sunday, after he nearly lost his home on the NSW South Coast
He then added a special message for brave firefighters.
'My Australians of the year, the RFS what incredible people,' he wrote.
The host was inundated with comments from followers, who shared his sentiments.
'Spot on, Scotty,' one Instagram user wrote.
Dangerous: 'The flames were about to jump': Scott Cam revealed he nearly lost his home at Mollymook earlier this month, at the NSW South Coast
Brave: 'My Australians of the year, the RFS what incredible people,' Scott wrote. Pictured is a firefighter in Angourie on the north coast of NSW in September
'Couldn't agree more,' another added.
In the snap, Scott wears a singlet with the Australian flag on it, and thongs.
The post comes after Scott revealed he narrowly avoided losing his holiday home near Mollymook, on the NSW South Coast, earlier this month.
Speaking to 9Now earlier this month, Scott said: 'We were ready to go and had an exit plan to get to Mollymook beach, but just luckily that didn't