An emergency warning for a bushfire in the NSW Hunter Valley has been downgraded.
The Hebden Road fire, near Singleton, has been downgraded to "advice", the lowest level of alert.
Earlier several fast-moving grassfires were threatening homes in the area.
But the threat had passed at 9pm (AEDT), the Rural Fire Service (RFS) said.
"Around 40 firefighters are now on scene, assisted by aircraft, are now controlling these fires," the RFS said on its website.
Several rural properties are also under threat from a 120-hectare bushfire in the Dog Rocks State Forest, south of Bathurst.
The RFS has issued an emergency warning for the area.
Watch and act alerts remain in place for the Hells Hole fire, near Bathurst, at Minimbah, near Wagga Wagga, Minjary, between Canberra and Wagga Wagga, and Redbank, near Bathurst.
Three homes were destroyed in the Minimbah fire on Sunday, with firefighters to check for further damage when it is safe to do so.