If you feel like you've been living inside a 1980s pub - even when you're outside - over the past few weeks, you might be interested to see what the South Coast has looked like from the air.
These images, taken by a NASA satellite, show how smoke from the Currowan and Braidwood fires has blanketed the region since November 27.
The lingering smoke across much of NSW has prompted a NSW Health warning for those with heart and lung problems to stay indoors and avoid exercise.
"The best thing you can do is stay indoors, keep your doors and windows shut and if you've got air conditioning, turn that on as well, which helps to clean the air inside," NSW Health's Dr Richard Broome said in a statement.
Face masks are considered ineffective as they fail to filter out smoke particles.