Firefighters in NSW say they've scaled down operations, but it's too early to declare the bushfire crisis over yet.
A Rural Fire spokeswoman said 119 fires, including 12 which were uncontained, were still active across the state on Sunday.
But with milder conditions and firefighters getting the upper hand in most cases, the fire danger has been downgraded to low to moderate across the state.
"We've certainly scaled down, not as many firefighters will be in the field today, but with 119 fires still burning I think it's hard to declare (the crisis) completely over," the spokeswoman said.
"But we've got a great window of opportunity and at this stage certainly we're in a much better position than we were two days ago."
The blaze in the Warrumbungles area of northwestern NSW, near the town of Coonabarabran, was of greatest concern.
The fire demolished 51 homes last week and burnt through 53,000 hectares, with an 180km perimeter.
It is yet to be controlled.
"It's certainly not one that's going to be wrapped up quickly ... its not yet contained, so there's some work to go yet," she said.
Meanwhile, the Yarrabin fire burning for a week in the Cooma-Monaro area is finally under control along with a grassfire near Boorowa on the state's South West Slopes and a bushfire at Aberdare in the Hunter region.
A fire in Ku-ring-Gai Chase National Park just north of Sydney has also been contained.