Batemans Bay Fire and Rescue says a man was "not in a good way" after he fell down the side of a headland and suffered a possible broken arm at Surf Beach on Sunday, July 12.
Retained captain Paul Lyons said the ACT man, who was in his forties and a regular visitor to the area, was walking alone on a track at Wimbie Beach headland when he fell.
Fire and Rescue received the call about 10.30am.
Because the terrain was steep, firefighters assisted him in walking out towards Grandfathers Gully, Mr Lyons said.
The journey to rescue the man was 800 metres of rocky terrain, and another 800 metres back to the ambulance, he said.
Mr Lyons said the man was bruised and had a possible broken arm.
Paramedics were at the scene and treated him before he was taken to hospital.
Mr Lyons reminded walkers to stay on the track.
Before Fire and Rescue was called to the rescue, the crew had just finished assisting Surf Beach Rural Fire Service in extinguishing a Sunshine Bay bushfire.
Mr Lyons said they were called just after 8am to the blaze, which was burning 15 metres by 15 metres on a cliff face near Beechwood Court.
Fire and Rescue set up a pump and supplied water to the RFS brigade, who extinguished the fire in about an hour.
Mr Lyons said the fire was burning in an area that was difficult to get to.
He said the source of fire was unknown, but may have been started by an old camp fire, that was not permitted in the area.
Mr Lyons warned there was a no burn policy without a permit in the Eurobodalla Shire.
Batemans Bay Fire and Rescue was also called to a car fire about 1.30am on Sunday morning.
Mr Lyons said a Mercedes sedan was burning at Edward Road, Batehaven.
He said the bonnet and boot of the newer model was difficult to extinguish due to difficult access.
Police were in attendance.