The fire is burning to the north of Ebor, on multiple fronts.
The fire has impacted Armidale Road and Tyringham Road, in the vicinity of Tyringham and Dundarrabin.
A large spot fire is also burning in the Muldiva State Forest, burning towards Tyringham Road, in the Bostobrick area.
Firefighters have continued working overnight with landholders to protect isolated properties in the area. A number of tactical backburns have been conducted to protect properties.
Strong west to south westerly winds are currently affecting the area. This will continue to push the fire in a north easterly direction.
The fire in Guy Fawkes National Park north of Ebor has continued to burn on multiple fronts.
An update from the Rural Fire Service said conditions eased on Saturday evening, however winds were expected to return again on Sunday.
The fire had reached Armidale Road and Tyringham Road in the vicinity of Tyringham and Dundarrabin, while a l large spot fire was also burning in the Muldiva State Forest, and burning towards Tyringham Rd, Bostobrick.
Homes and properties in the area are under threat.
Residents in the area should continue to monitor to situation, the RFS said.
Firefighters continue working in the area to slow the spread of the fire and talk with residents, and may also conduct backburning operations where required to protect properties.
Advice from the RFS:
- If you are in the area of Tyringham, Marengo, Moonpar, Dundarrabin or Bostobrick, you should put your bush fire survival plan into action. Know what you will do if the fire threatens.
- Well prepared and actively defended properties can offer protection.
- Fire and fallen trees may continue to impact a number of local roads.
- Follow the directions of firefighters on the ground.
- If you live in the area but are away from your home, it may not be safe to return to your property.
An evacuation centre has opened at Dorrigo Showground.
A bush fire is burning approximately 30km north of the Ebor area. The fire is currently more than 5,000 and is out of control.
Strong winds are pushing the fire in a south easterly direction towards Guy Fawkes River, in the Guy Fawkes National Park, north of Ebor.
Firefighters are working to slow the spread of the fire and hold it to the west of Guy Fawkes River. Crews are being assisted by water bombing aircraft.
If your plan is to leave, leave now in a southerly direction towards Ebor.
If your life is at risk, call Triple Zero (000) immediately.
Continue to stay up to date with the bush fire situation by checking here, listening to your local radio station or by calling the NSW RFS Bush Fire Information Line on 1800 679 737.
For information on road closures, check here.
Roads may be closed without warning.
The Bees Nest Fire continues to burn within the Guy Fawkes National Park approximately 30km north of Ebor after it was reported on Sunday. The fire has burnt through more than 2400ha of bushland.
Strengthening west to north westerly winds are forecast over the next few days. This is likely to push the fire in east and south easterly direction towards Marengo Road.
Severe fire danger is forecast for today and Friday with total fire bans to be in place.RFS
National Parks and Wildlife firefighters have been working to slow the spread of the fire and hold it to the west of the Guy Fawkes River. Fire fighters from the NSW RFS and NPWS will continue to work on containing the fire and they will be assisted by water bombing aircraft.
Landholders along the Marengo Rd should continue to monitor the situation and know what they will do if threatened by fire over the coming days. Monitor the NSW RFS website for updates of the Fires Near Me app for mobile devices.