Dozens of fires are burning across the state – seven in the region from North Nowra to Bega.
At 10.35am on Friday, all fires in the Shoalhaven were under control except for the Mount Kingiman fire, near Ulladulla.
The Kingiman was yet to be controlled.
Firefighters took advantage of favourable conditions overnight to establish containment lines around the fire ahead of deteriorating conditions into the weekend.
Friday’s focus will be the area around Carriage Road, and Kingiman Road overnight.
Firefighters will continue to monitor the rest of the fireground throughout the day.
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At 8.46am on Friday the RFS advised the fire was 1,665 hectares in size and not under control.
It was burning in the area of Woodstock, west of Burrill Lake.
If you are in the area west of Burrill Lake, including the area of Woodstock, monitor conditions. Know what you will do if the situation changes.
People in the towns of Burrill Lake, Kings Point and the southern parts of Ulladulla should continue to monitor the situation and follow the directions of firefighters on the ground.
If you do not have a Bush Fire Survival Plan, ensure you know what you will do if the fire threatens your property.
Woodstock Road is closed between Croobyar Road and Wheelbarrow Road. Croobyar Road is closed west of Woodstock Road. Kyeema Drive and Evans Road are also closed. Access to these areas is for residents only.
In times of fire danger, follow your Bush Fire Survival Plan. If you do not have a Bush Fire Survival Plan, ensure you know what you will do if the fire threatens your property.
If you are in doubt or it is not safe to leave, take shelter in a solid structure when the fire front arrives. Protect yourself from the heat of the fire. If you are caught in the path of the fire, you may die or be injured.
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