Latest on bushfires in NSW and Queensland

More than 120 fires are burning across NSW and Queensland

The latest on the bushfires in NSW and Queensland

NSW:

* Three people dead

* Up to 30 people injured

* At least 150 homes destroyed, the figure is expected to rise

* Seventy-two fires burning across the state, 36 not under control, 13 fires listed as watch and act

* Emergency warning at Bills Crossing Crowdry on the NSW mid-north coast

* Rural Fire Service has issued a warning ahead of conditions worsening on Tuesday, saying it will be a "dangerous day" and "homes and lives will be at risk"

* Firefighters are currently using favourable conditions to try and control the fires already burning

* Statewide total fire ban has been declared for Monday and Tuesday

QLD:

* Fifty one bushfires burning with emergency warnings continuing at Cooroibah and Ringtail Creek, north of Noosa on the Sunshine Coast

* Emergency warning at Adelaide Park, part of the Cobraball and Bungundarra fire in the Yeppoon hinterland

* The central Queensland fire is 14 kilometres long and six km wide

* Sixteen structures - including multiple homes - damaged or destroyed by the Cobraball and Bungundarra fire

* More than 6000 hectares of grazing, agricultural and bushland been burnt by the Cobraball fire

* Since it began the Cooroibah fire has also raged through parts of northern suburbs of Noosa

* Some residents of Tewantin were allowed home on Saturday

* Residents of Noosa North Shore, Noosa Banks and Daintree Park were being allowed back in controlled stages on Sunday

* One home lost at Cooroibah and three sheds

* One firefighter suffered a broken leg in the Cooroibah blaze

* State of fire emergency declared across 42 local government area

* Weather conditions causing severe fire danger across the state's southeast corner have moved north into central Queensland