As weather conditions continue to improve, the NSW Rural Fire Service is encouraging tourists to return to both the Bega Valley and Eurobodalla Shires.
Controllers said while there were still areas of active fire, forecasts were improving for the next seven days and a number of fire-affected villages and towns are now considered safe for people to visit.
The Badja Forest fire has been burning across the Bega Valley, Snowy Monaro and Eurobodalla areas over the past two weeks with more than 237,000 hectares impacted by fire.
The Werri Berri fire north of Bemboka has been burning for the past two weeks and reached 21,200 hectares in size.
The Border Fire has been burning in the south of the Bega Valley for the past two weeks and has reached 158,000 hectares in size.
These fires have significantly affected the local residents and communities.
Friday's hot and windy conditions caused some increase to fire activity across the fireground, but firefighters were able to respond quickly and prevent any major outbreaks.
Controllers said the forecast for the next week was predicted to be more favourable with a chance of showers later in the week.
Bega Valley and Eurobodalla Emergency Operations Controllers and the RFS Incident Controller would like to encourage visitors to return to the areas and help the communities get back on their feet.
"Firefighters and support agencies will continue work to contain and recover from the fires over coming weeks and months," Inspector Angus Barnes said.
"There are many areas that are now safe for people to visit.
"We encourage visitors to make contact with their accommodation providers to confirm they are open for business.
"While enjoying your time in the Far South Coast we ask that you stay up to date using Fires Near Me and Live Traffic applications."
Local holiday parks and accommodation providers are asked to review their systems of monitoring weather conditions and changes in the fire situation so that they can ensure their guests are well informed and stay safe while visiting the area.
Visitors should note that all National Parks will remain closed until February 1.