Batemans Bay Rural Fire Brigade has warned recent fires are an indication of how dry bushland is during winter.
"We are still only in winter but we are seeing high fire activity, especially with strong winds making fires spread rapidly," a spokesperson said.
The Bureau of Meteorology issued a severe weather warning for damaging winds for parts of the South Coast on August 8-11.
SES crews removed a number of fallen trees across the Eurobodalla Shire.
Meanwhile, RFS crews were called to a bush fire at Sandy Place, Long Beach just after 6:30am on Friday, August 9.
Batemans Bay RFS said Long Beach, Durras South and Nelligen crews were also called to the medium bush fire, which was being fanned by strong winds.
The spokesperson said as their crew was about to set up, they were re-tasked to a bushfire on Washburton Rd, Ulladulla with a crew from Broulee.
He said the crew was tasked to black out the fire and monitor dangerous trees that were still burning.
"After that, crews were re tasked to another bushfire on Woodburn Road, Morton," he said.
"Our crew was again tasked with blacking our the fire ensuring that there was no hot spots which could flare up under strong winds."
The spokesperson said the Batemans Bay crew returned to the station at around 6:30pm after completing 12 hours of firefighting.
"Now is the time to review your bush fire survival plan and update all information. We need to be prepared for what is looking like a long fire season ahead, stop delaying and start preparing your property now," the spokesperson said.
"We have plenty of information sheets and bush fire survival plans available at our station, if you'd like to pick one up feel free to message the page and we will arrange a time for you to pick one up from our station."