The Currowan bushfire continues to burn but is currently 30 per cent contained.
The bushfire is in the remote area of the Currowan State Forest, Shallow Crossing State Forest and Bimberamala National Park to the west of the Clyde River.
It started late Tuesday afternoon and has burnt out 4800 hectares.
Firefighters are continuing to work on constructing and strengthening containment lines and directly attacking the fire wherever possible.
Back burning operations will continue when conditions are favourable.
Residents can expect to see smoke until the fire ground receives significant rainfall.
There is a 70 per cent chance of rain tonight (Saturday).
People in the area of Currowan, Brooman and Shallow Crossing should monitor conditions and take advice from fire fighters in the area.
If you are in the area of the Currowan State Forest, Shallow Crossing State Forest and Bimberamala National Park, watch out for smoke and embers.
Residents living east of the Clyde River should remain vigilant, continue to monitor conditions.
Residents in the Mongarlowe area should remain vigilant, continue to monitor conditions.
Check and follow your bush fire survival plan. If you do not have a plan, decide what you will do if the situation changes. Leaving early is your safest option.
Continue to stay up to date with the bush fire situation by checking http://www.rfs.nsw.gov.au, listening to your local radio station or by calling the NSW RFS Bush Fire Information Line on 1800 679 737.
Get all the latest information
Updates on this fire are also available at www.rfs.nsw.gov.au or by calling call 1800 NSW RFS (1800 679 737).
Find out the latest Fire Danger Rating in your area at www.rfs.nsw.gov.au or by calling 1800 NSW RFS (1800 679 737).
For information on road conditions or closures, please call the NSW RMS on 131 701 or check www.livetraffic.com. Remember roads may be closed without warning.
For information on closures of National Parks associated with this fire, please visit www.npws.nsw.gov.au