Wind gusts of almost 90km/h caused power outages and blew over trees in the Milton-Ulladulla region overnight.
Gusts of 83km/h were recorded between 1.55am and 2am on Friday, August 9 according to the Bureau of Meteorology.
Gusts in the ranged of 67km/h and 70km/h were recorded at the Ulladulla Area Weather Station between midnight and 3am.
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A tall eucalypt tree has blocked the road to the Golfie car park. Mollymook Longboarders president Michael Yule reported the fallen tree to authorities and was advising the public to avoid the road on Friday morning.
Almost 2000 customers were affected by a power outage in Mollymook and Ulladulla about 2.30am. Power was restored in the morning.
Rural Fire Service crews attended three blazes in the region overnight with crews still on base at Washburton Rd, Ulladulla.
A 1 hectare bushfire is being controlled at Washburton Road by RFS crews. A small bush fire was controlled by RFS crews on Woodburn Road at Morton. A crews were seen leaving the Milton shed about 10pm on August 8.