The ACT will remain in a state of alert as fires continue to burn close to the territory's southern border in remote areas of scrub land.
There were no fires burning in the territory at 9pm on Sunday night.
Spot fires, which were first reported on Saturday evening, continued to burn north of the Adaminaby Complex fire, but had not crossed into the Namadgi National Park.
ACT Emergency Services Commissioner Georgeina Whelan said there had been little change on the NSW fire grounds near the ACT border.
"I want to reiterate that the ACT remains well-resourced and is on a high alert to respond to any bushfires or grass fires in our territory," she said.
Commissioner Whelan said emergency services had been busy within the territory, responding to grass and deliberately lit fires in the ACT.
"These have been responded to in a timely and expert manner," she said.
Commissioner Whelan said emergency services were better prepared for the threat of bushfires than in 2003, when four people died in Canberra and 470 homes were destroyed.
"We can't do anything about 2003 but we can make sure we're really well ready in 2020. And that's what we are," she said.
Commissioner Whelan said collaboration between emergency services, police and Parks and Conservation, as well as services in NSW, meant the ACT was well-prepared.
"The fact that we've been able to lean forward so effectively in the last seven days is testament to the maturity of our organisation. We have very good numbers, we are well equipped, we are well resourced and we are well trained," she said.
Chief Minister Andrew Barr on Sunday praised the work of emergency services.
"Their work over the last five days to keep Canberra safe over this difficult period has been exemplary," he said.
Meanwhile, the strain on Canberra's power supply had eased since Saturday night. Customers were asked to limit their usage after high-voltage transmission lines were lost to fires in the Snowy Mountains region.
The Emergency Services Agency asked Canberrans to remain conscious of their electricity consumption during extreme weather periods.
Conditions had eased along much of the fire-affected areas in NSW on Sunday, but firefighters continued to work containing bushfires.
The Charleys Forest fire on Sunday edged closer to Braidwood, with patrols continuing along Little River Road overnight. The fire was about eight kilometres to the town's east.
The fire, burning to the east of the Currowan blaze, was listed at advice level on Sunday night.
with Sally Whyte