More than 30 players, coaches and staff from the Canberra Raiders will be in the area as part of a relief tour on Friday.
After earlier visiting areas like Batlow, the Raiders are headed to Hanging Rock Oval in Batemans Bay for a training run and community signing session on Friday from 11am.
The team will then travel to Moruya in the afternoon to visit schools. From here the trip will continue south to Cobargo and involve a return to Canberra via Brown Mountain.
Cobargo Hotel publican Dave Allen said the team would be stopping in for dinner and are also making a generous $10,000 donation to the Cobargo Hay Fund to support the farmers who lost their feed during the fires.
The club said they were making several donations to local areas during their trip with details to be announced during and after the visits.
A community meet and greet will run from 4.30pm at the Hotel before the club settles in for dinner and the trip back to Canberra.
Raiders CEO Don Furner said the whole week was about showing the Raiders support for their local regions and to bushfire affected areas.
"The recent bushfire events have been catastrophic for so many across so many regions, particularly in a number of regions where the Raiders are heavily active," Furner said. "This week is our chance to visit these areas and do what we can to help them with their ongoing recovery efforts."
"This will be part of an ongoing commitment to these regions and the club will be looking to continue their support into the future."
The visit follows an earlier involvement by the Raiders club in the do-over New Year's celebrations at Cobargo.
There, former Raider and international David Shillington presented one of his Australian jumpers to former NRL player Tim Salway's son Blake, 13.
"I brought down one of my own jerseys that I wore representing Australia that had number 10 on the back," Shillington said.
"I said to Blake if he's got aspirations to play for Australia one day he's going to need a jersey to play in and here's a good one to hold him over until he gets one of his own.
"He was pretty thrilled, the young fella. He's a bit of a character.
"Despite what they'd all been through they were tough, resilient people determined to push on and rebuild their property and not stand still and let things get worse than they'd already been."
Dual code star Millie Boyle was also part of the recovery efforts and a GoFundMe page she established with Isabella Kerr has raised nearly $9000 for the town.