Jim Surry has commended emergency service crews who have flocked to help at his Shallow Crossing Camping Ground this week.
Mr Surry on Sunday, December 1, was feeling more confident on the sixth day of the Currowan bushfire emergency.
While properties east of the Clyde River were preparing to come under pressure in predicted afternoon north-westerly and westerly winds, Mr Surry was in a better position.
The campground has been a staging post for countless fire crews and police since several bushfires broke out in the area on Tuesday, November 26.
"We are petty safe here now," he told Australian Community media.
"The fire has gone from the River Road, in between Backhouse Road and Drury Lane and has burnt right back up to Clyde Ridge.
"The RFs has done an excellent job down here, and the National Parks and Forests NSW too. Between them all, I think they have gone really well."
Fire crews have been coming and going all week, replenishing pumper water supplies from a Lake Tabourie water tanker.
"Police were doing a doorknock up until late last night," Mr Surry said, warning residents of what Sunday might bring.