UPDATE 6.10pm: Bushfires have started as a result of lightning near Nannup.
A fire in Kearney State Forest, 10km south-west of Nannup continues to burn in a southerly direction.
Authorities have given the all clear for people in the area 23km south-west of Nannup near the junction of Brockman Highway and Poison Swamp Road and 3km south of Sues Bridge after fire fighters were able to control the two separate fires.
Elsewhere, bushfire advices remain in place for people in the eastern part of Cloverdale near the Perth Airport, Wagga Wagga in the Shire of Yalgoo and motorists travelling along Trans Access Road in the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
None of the fires are a risk to homes or lives.
The fire near Perth Airport is still smouldering on the eastern side of Tonkin Highway all the way to the Airport boundary.
The fire on the western side of Tonkin Highway has been extinguished. Approximately 66ha has been burnt.
Dunreath Drive between Horrie Miller Drive and Brearley Avenue remains closed.
In the shire of Yalgoo, a Wagga Wagga fire is burning in an east-south-east direction.
About 80 per cent of the fire has been contained but 20 per cent remains out of control and unpredictable.
A west-south-west wind change at about 8pm tonight is not expected to affect roads or homes.
The fire has been burning since December 28 and a total of 18,300ha has been burnt.
A fire is still burning on the Nullabor Plain, 50km east of Rawlinna after it was reported last night just before 11pm.
Drivers are asked to be cautious when driving along Trans Access Road. Part of the road between Rawlinna and Forrest will remain closed until January 7 when the situation will be reassessed.
The blaze is moving fast in a westerly direction at approximately 7km/h.
Services on the Trans-Australian Railway line may be impacted tomorrow if the wind changes from east to north.
The fire threat is set to continue with a severe fire danger forecast for the Goldfields and Eucla tomorrow.
The Bureau of Meteorology has forecast hot, dry and windy conditions which could cause fires to be unpredictable, fast-moving and tough for firefighters to control.
The warning covers the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Shires of Dundas, Coolgardie and Leonora, the south-west corners of the Shires of Laverton and Wiluna, central part of the Shire of Menzies and the Shire of Sandstone adjacent to the Leonora Shire.
People in the areas are being advised to have bushfire survival plans and kits ready.
Those not prepared to the highest level are being advised to leave early in the day.