Our reprieve from the smoke and bushfires has been short-lived with strong north/north westerly winds whipping up blazes around the Great Lakes.
NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) crews have been on the scene since the first fire began in late October at Minimbah.
The bushfire, which has burned close to 4000ha over the past three weeks, is under control and remains at advice level.
With almost 3000ha burned in the Darawank-Failford area, patrols continue to monitor the area, which also is under control and rated at advice level.
The RFS updated the Goldens Road, Forster fire on hour ago to advice level, despite being out of control.
More than nine hectares has been burnt since the fire began on Sunday.
Bushfire burning along Aerodrome Road, Nabiac has been contained.