The fire danger rating is very high on the Far South Coast on Saturday and Sunday, November 28-29.
12.30pm, Sunday: SES Batemans Bay has advised drivers to move vehicles under cover or away from trees in Sunday's windy weather.
"Secure loose items around your house and yard/balcony, keep eight metres away from fallen power lines or objects that my be energised," a spokesperson said.
Trees that have been damaged by fire are likely to be more unstable.
There is a gale warning for the Batemans Coast.
2pm, Saturday: Fires Near Me reported a fire north of Batemans Bay was under control on Saturday.
The bushfire, at the corner of North Head Road and Skid Ridge Road at Benandarah, was being controlled about 1pm, and was reported under control about 2pm.
A Batemans Bay RFS spokesman understood the fire was not of concern.
The Bureau of Meteorology said Batemans Bay would reach 37 degrees on Saturday and 35 on Sunday, with winds reaching 35 km/h.
Sun protection is recommended until 4.50pm.
Do not leave children and pets in unattended car
The South Coast Police District has reminded motorists it's not only an offence for children or pets to be left unattended in a vehicle, it can be deadly.
"Everyone needs to take care in hot weather, but some people are at higher risk of heat illness, especially if they are older, live alone or are socially-isolated," a spokesperson said.
- Stay well-hydrated
- Avoid alcohol and hot or sugary drinks
- Limit your physical activity
- Try to stay out of the sun during the hottest part of the day
- Wear light, loose-fitting clothing made from natural fibres like cotton
- Regularly check your forecasts from the Bureau of Meteorology on radio, TV, internet or App
- Get advice from your doctor about whether your medication and/or your medical conditions may affect what you should do if it gets extremely hot
- Make sure you know who you are going to call (who may need help, and who could provide help to you if needed); make a list of telephone numbers and make sure they are current.
If you can, it's a good idea to spend some time in an air-conditioned building. For more information please refer to the Beat the Heat website: https://www.health.nsw.gov.au/environment/beattheheat
Livestock and pet owners are also being urged to ensure adequate clean water is always available and that shading is provided where possible. Additionally, no animals should be left in confined, unventilated areas.
Members of the public should also regularly visit the Rural Fire Service website at www.rfs.nsw.gov.au for updated bush fire warnings and information. For updated weather forecasts and warnings visit www.bom.gov.au.