River levels began to ease on Tuesday, as a gale force wind warning was issued for the Far South Coast.
The NSW State Emergency Service said locations along the Bega River fell below minor flood levels on Tuesday morning.
The Bureau of Meteorology issued a gale force wind warning for the Far South Coast on Tuesday, with a strong wind warning issued for Wednesday.
A hazardous surf warning was also issued for Tuesday.
A minor flooding alert was issued for the Bega River on Monday morning, while other lakes and rivers in the region have also surged in height.
The NSW SES said the Bega River fell below the minor level of 4.6metres at 7am on Tuesday, but warned roads in the area may still be affected by flooding, and drivers should exercise caution on the roads.
The NSW SES said water levels in the Bega River at Angledale and the Bemboka River at Morans Crossing are falling, while the Bega River at North Bega and the Tantawangalo Creek at Candelo Damsite remain steady.
The Brogo Dam sat at 133.5 per cent capacity on Tuesday morning.