The findings of a Royal Commission into the summer's bushfires is scheduled to be publicly released some time Friday.
However, Eden-Monaro's Labor MP Kristy McBain has called on the government to reveal its findings immediately "so they don't get lost in the Friday afternoon news cycle".
In a brief media statement on Thursday morning, Ms McBain, who is also a Bega Valley Shire councillor, said "now is the time to act on the report, my community needs it".
"The Royal Commission deals with the most traumatic experience in many people's lives - these people deserve answers, they deserve to have their experience recognised in this way.
"I'm calling on the government to immediately release the findings of the bushfire royal commission.
"Across my community of Eden-Monaro we lost 750 homes, over 1000 sheds and outbuildings, we lost lives and livelihoods.
"These people have largely been forgotten...they shouldn't have to wait again to be recognised, acknowledged, and [for the government] to act on the findings of the Royal Commission.
"Scott Morrison was there was for the photo op, now he needs to be there for the follow up."
The final report of the Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements was presented to the Governor General David Hurley on Wednesday as well as to federal, state and territory government leaders.
The report remains confidential until it is tabled and published on Friday, October 30. A spokesman for Ms McBain said she would only be seeing it for the first time when the general public do.
In an interview with Canberra radio station 2CC, Ms McBain said she hoped recommendations from the Royal Commission would include focuses on better communication between state, territory and federal jurisdictions - "because lines on a map may nothing to people on the ground fighting fires, or people on the ground trying to access information".
She also called for a single recovery agency to which people in need of assistance can go so as not to compound their trauma, more and better-funded land managers for Crown Land, national parks and state forests, and better consideration and funds given to cultural burning programs such as has been utilised on a small scale in the Bega Valley.
"But what I'm sincerely hoping is that there's action," Ms McBain said.
On Wednesday, Ms McBain and Labor leader Anthony Albanese were joined on the lawns outside Parliament House by members of the Bushfire Survivors for Climate Action group, including Jan Harris from Vimy Ridge.
While the Royal Commission was wide-reaching in terms of its scope of inquiry, there are many hoping action on climate change forms a significant part of the findings.
In her radio interview, the Labor MP said everyone was being impacted by climate change and more frequent and intense weather events.
"Whether that's floods, whether it's bushfire, whether it's torrential rain and hail that cause significant problems, I think we just have to get on with addressing it. And that's what people are calling for. They're calling for action."