Bushfires have destroyed 12 homes in the Snowy Monaro since Saturday, the NSW Rural Fire Service has confirmed.
Five facilities and 45 outbuildings were also destroyed according to the NSW RFS building impact assessment teams.
Seven homes sustained damage but 38 were saved. Homes were lost in the Bumbalong area and in Colinton.
Residents in the Snowy Monaro can expect easing conditions in the coming days as crews fight to keep fire away from an area that has not burned for half a century.
Locals in areas around Bredbo, Colinton and Michelago have been on edge from the Clear Range and Calabash fires, which both started as a result of embers from the Orroral Valley fire in the ACT.
But cooler conditions and rain are forecast for Thursday, Friday and the weekend.
As of Tuesday at 4.30pm, both the Clear Range and Calabash fires were at advice level.
The Clear Range fire was ignited last week, eight kilometres north-west of Bredbo.
The Calabash fire started on Monday afternoon and burned at emergency level for several hours.
The fire threatened those in Calabash Road, Tinderry Road, Egans Road and Naylers Lane.
Crews are fighting to keep the fire out of parts of the Tinderry Range which have not burnt in about 50 years. The ranges are east of Michelago and south of Burra.
NSW Rural Fire Service Jerrabomberra Creek captain Brad Griffin said crews would gather for a planning meeting on Wednesday morning. He was confident they could prevent the spread.
"We're working on the same basis as what we did with Orroral fire and we'll plan the living daylights out of it," he said.
"We'll be as ready as we can for it and we'll be in place."
Mr Griffin said the forecast for the rest of this week was favourable.
"We're keeping a close eye on it, we're preparing for it but hopefully the rain this week will help," he said.
The Jerrabomberra Creek brigade has jurisdiction over Royalla, Little Burra, Mount Campbell and Fernleigh Park.