The Canberra Raiders have organised a 10-day training camp on the Sunshine Coast as they look to escape the toxic smoke from the NSW bushfires. They'll leave on Thursday as they ramp up preparations for their NRL opening round clash against the Gold Coast Titans at Canberra Stadium on March 13. Super Rugby team ACT Brumbies have already left for Newcastle for a similar-length camp and the Raiders have followed suit. Canberra's air has become extremely hazardous due to the smoke that's blown up from the NSW south coast, which has been devastated by bushfires. The Raiders trained inside on Monday, spending the morning in the gym at their Bruce headquarters and will spend the afternoon on treadmills.