Numerous Rural Fire Service (RFS) crews, along with water-bombing aircraft and spotter helicopters, continue to work towards containing the bushfires around Minimbah Road and Failford Road.
The Failford Road fire, which was responsible for the blaze that spread towards Hallidays Point on Saturday, is listed as 'going' while the Minimbah Road fire has been upgraded to 'being controlled'.
RFS district officer Kirsty Channon said there was no threat to properties at present but urged residents to stay vigilant as conditions could change rapidly.
She also advised anyone travelling in the vicinity of either fire to be aware there were still small pockets of fire activity and the threat of falling trees.
"They need to take directions from crews on the ground," Ms Channon said.
"There is still quite a lot of smoke and ash."
Ms Channon said the cooler change in weather was thankfully giving firefighters the opportunity to work on preventing further outbreaks and strengthening containment.
With no extreme heat or wind conditions forecast she said the RFS expected to contain both fires in the coming days.
Building impact assessment teams are also surveying property damage in the area today, with Ms Channon saying it was unconfirmed how many properties had been impacted by the blazes.
The cause of both fires is still being investigated.
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