During a large bushfire many agencies work together to help control the blaze.
One group, often not in the spotlight, is the NSW Forestry Corporation.
Since day one of the Currowan fire, Forestry staff have been battling the blaze. They've had up to 16 staff in the field supervising heavy plant bulldozers and harvesting machines, helping incident control and creating containment lines to use as backburning for the fire.
Forestry Corporation protection supervisor Julian Armstrong said their crews have been working mostly along the southern edges of the fire.
They've been able to use their good knowledge of the forests and roads to help in a unique way.
"Most of our units are smaller four-wheel drive units that can get into narrow fire trials out in the back country, the RFS larger tankers can't get into those areas," he said.
Although staff were getting tired Mr Armstrong said they have been managing their fatigue.
"We've got a roster system set up. We are conscious this could be going for a number of weeks or even past Christmas," Mr Armstrong said.
"We're bringing some forestry staff in from the North Coast and they're actually there today. Six North Coast people helping us out."
Staff were disappointed with the loss of high production forest they'd been managing for the last hundred years.
"It's doing a lot of damage to the soil, crops and the animals and everything in there. Staff aren't really happy about," he said.