Fire fighters battle throughout Thursday night to bring a bushfire burning along The Southern Parkway under control.
The fire storm was whipped up by strong north/north westerly winds, which blew throughout the day and scorching spring temperatures.
Spot fires along Kularoo Drive were caused by burning embers driven by the strong winds.
Flames came close to houses, but there has been no confirmation or reports of any structures lost to the inferno.
NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) Mid Coast district officer, Stuart Robb said crews were mopping up the Goldens Road bushfire, which had been downgraded to advice level.
More than 50ha had been burned in the inferno.
"Barring any other activity, it should be contained," he said.
The Failford/Darawank fire remains at advice level, while there is some activity at Minimbah, which also remains at advice level, Mr Robb said.
"Our concern at the moment is at the Talawahl Native Reserve near Hillville."
Mr Robb said both the vegetation and predicted winds were a cause for concern.
"It might make a run for the Pacific Highway."
Live Traffic has advised motorists to avoid non-essential travel along the Pacific Highway near Rainbow Flat due to the unpredictable nature of the bushfire burning at Hillville
He said the primary importance was to get all fires under control and get the people of Forster-Tuncurry back to normal.
Mr Robb advised residents to check both the Fires Near Me app and Live Traffic for the latest information on the bushfires and road closures.