It comes as senior Ministers were forced to defend Mr Morrison from bushfire backlash, claiming the community's "expectations changed" on how much the Federal Government should be involved in disaster management, as polls revealed a shocking slump in his popularity.
Morrison faced intense criticism after he chose to take a Christmas holiday in Hawaii while fires were still burning.
"We have heard the loud and clear message of the Australian people", Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said Monday when asked about the outcome of the survey by announcing a wildlife protection fund of 50 million Australian dollars.More news: Joe Brady leaving LSU for Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator job
The money will be targeted at threatened species including koalas and also be used to restore damaged animal habitats.
The Australian, a major newspaper in the country, on Monday published the results of a poll of 1,500 people conducted between Wednesday and Saturday of last week.
Betts said Australia was particularly vulnerable to fires since its land area had warmed by more than the rise in average global temperature of about 1 degree Celsius since pre-industrial times.
"We know there is a very long road ahead for the recovery effort but we've been pleased to play our part", he said.More news: It's a Done Deal! The Akon City in Senegal is now Underway
-Western Australia Department of Fire and Emergency Services said on Sunday an out-of-control and unpredictable fire that is moving slowly in the state's south, poses a possible threat to lives and homes in the area. It forecast a hit of 0.2% to 0.5% on gross domestic product.
About 18 bushfires were yet to be contained in NSW, Australia's most populous state, while in Victoria authorities upgraded warnings to show one fire burning at an "emergency level" and seven fires at the "Watch and Act" category, one level below emergency status. People in high-risk regions in New South Wales and South Australia were also urged to think about leaving, but officials did not say how many.
The fires themselves have further stoked climate change by emitting 400 million tonnes of carbon dioxide, the main greenhouse gas, the European Union's Copernicus monitoring programme said.
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-Smoke has drifted across the Pacific, affecting cities in South America, and may have reached the Antarctic, the United Nations' World Meteorological Organization said.