Motorists are advised two roads will reopen following the devastating Currowan and Tianjara bushfires.
Shoalhaven City Council has announced Nerriga Road and Turpentine Roads will reopen at 10am on Wednesday, January 15 after almost a month of closure.
Nerriga Road runs from Braidwood to Nowra and has been closed recently because of fires around Nerriga, Tianjara and beyond.
"Crews have been working tirelessly to make the road safe following the fires. They've felled and removed a large number of dangerous trees and conducted inspections of the road, ready for it to reopen," a council statement said.
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Parts of the Nerriga Road will remain under traffic control while crews continue the clean-up, repair guardrails and replace guide posts.
Several roads that connect to Nerriga Road, including Charleys Forrest Road, Tomboye Road and more, remain accessible to local traffic only inspections and clean-up on those roads continues.
Turpentine Road will have 60kmh speed limit. Council staff will still be along the road verge clearing trees.