Warmer weather conditions has caused a bushfire in NSW to move closer to the ACT border.
The ACT Emergency Services Agency said there was significant fire activity at the Mary's Hill fire on Wednesday which is now burning 4.8 kilometres west of the ACT Border. It has moved more than two kilometres since Monday.
It is about 35.5 kilometres from Canberra suburbs and 32 kilometres from the nearest remote property.
The ESA is working with NSW crews to support possible containment strategies. ACT aircraft will also continue to monitor the fire ground and undertake water bombing operations.
Rainfall is forecast for the coming days along with possible storms and strong winds.
"Our incident management team our aerial intelligence continue to monitor these changing weather conditions and fire activity," an ESA statement said.
A state of alert is still in place for the ACT. Under a state of alert, people need to be prepared with a Bushfire Survival Plan.
An ESA statement said under a Bushfire Survival Plan it was important to prepare for the possible storms.
"Storms are common in the ACT during this time of year and preparation is crucial to reduce the loss and damages associated with them," the statement said.
The Mary's Hill fire was at advice level and burning "out of control" as of 12pm Wednesday. It has burnt 1546 hectares.
Other fires burning to the west of the ACT including the Adaminaby Complex and Dunns Road fires also remained at advice level.
The Adaminaby Complex fire is "being controlled" and had burnt more than 90,000 hectares. It is 2.5 kilometres south west from the ACT border and 48 kilometres from Canberra suburbs.
The Dunns Road fire is "out of control" and is 18 kilometres from the ACT border. It has burnt more 330,000 hectares.