The Scone Mountain fire has been reclassified to being controlled overnight after 36 hours of intensive firefighting efforts.
The Rural Fire Service is maintaining crews on the fireground 24/7 in an attempt to bring the blaze under control before weather conditions deteriorate tomorrow.
Efforts today will focus on preventing the fire from crossing Gundy Road back into Scone.
RFS Liverpool Plains Superintendent Paul McGrath said it’s another day of all hands on deck.
The smell of smoke is thick in Scone this morning with another fire sparking up in the town last night.
Fire crews alerted to the grass fire off Widden Close just before 9 o’clock creating fresh concern for nearby residents but the RFS says the fire has now been extinguished.
A fire that started at Baerami Creek On Sunday afternoon also flared up yesterday creating fresh clouds of smoke into the sky above.
The fire is at ADVICE level with close to 300 hectares burned out so far.