The family of a young father burned in a distillery blaze has been "overwhelmed" by community support, with nearly $100,000 raised in a week.
Greg Longmore was mixing gin at Adams Distillery at Perth on February 10, when a fire broke out.
He received burns to half of his body, and was put into an induced coma at the Royal Hobart Hospital where he remained on Tuesday.
Since the devastating event, $92,325 had been raised for Mr Longmore's family, well above the initial $75,000 goal.
His sister, Samantha Walmsley, started the fundraiser to support Mr Longmore's wife Erin and their two young daughters.
Ms Walmsley said her brother was still in a coma, but was stable.
"The doctors are very happy with how he is going," she said.
The 36-year-old had already undergone two surgeries, and was expected to have more throughout his recovery.
Border restrictions have stopped his Victorian-based sister, brother and parents from travelling to see him, but they continue to monitor his progress from afar.
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"I know my parents really want to, but they have been told it would probably be better to wait until he is more responsive ... there is not much we can do," Ms Walmsley said.
"We get updates morning and night from Erin.
"We just want to thank everyone for their support, it has been overwhelming."
An investigation found the fire was accidental, and had occurred during the gin distilling process.
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