Four emergency warning alerts are in place for bushfires burning across New South Wales.
The Rural Fire Service issued an emergency warning for the Tarcutta township, south east of Wagga Wagga earlier today.
The out-of-control bushfire has now reached the township and is burning along Mates Gully Road near Blythes Road.
It is too late to leave the area and residents are advised to take shelter.
The blaze has closed the Hume Highway.
The Rural Fire Service says it's too late to leave for residents near a second bushfire burning in the Riverina region.
An emergency warning has been issued for a bushfire burning near 'The Oaks' property on Ryan Road at Munyabla.
The RFS says the fire is moving towards the township of Henty.
People are advised to take shelter because it is no longer safe to leave the area.
An emergency alert telephone warning message has been sent to a number of isolated properties in the area.
'Corbie Hill fire'
An emergency warning is current for a fast moving grassfire near Corbie Hill Road, north of Narrandera in the Riverina.
An emergency alert telephone message has been sent to a small number of rural properties in the fire area.
The RFS says the fire is heading in a south easterly direction towards Lake Coolah.
'Too late to leave'
The Rural Fire Service has issued an emergency warning for an out-of-control bushfire burning at Brogo in the Bega Valley.
The fire is expected to impact homes east of Warrigal Range Road or west of Eagles Nest Road shortly.
Access is now limited.
People were advised to leave earlier if they planned to relocate to the Bega township.
Smoke is affecting the Princes Highway and motorists should use caution. The road is currently open.
The RFS is advising people to protect themselves from radiant heat and take the advice of fire fighters on the ground.
An out-of-control fire burning about 10 kilometres east of Cooma has crossed the Numeralla River and is travelling towards the Kybean Valley.
It is currently burning near properties in The Avenue, Hains Road, Warnocks Road.
Residents in the Kybean Valley area should seek shelter as the fire impacts and protect themselves from radiant heat.
Police are doorknocking homes in the area to advise them of the risk.
Residents in the Dangelong, Numeralla and Courtegany areas should expect to be affected by smoke and embers.
The RFS says people in these areas should stay aware of the fire activity.
Two Emergency Alert Telephone Warning messages have been sent to residents in the Mount Forest Road and Kybean Valley areas.
12:35pm: ABC reporter Lisa Mosley took this photo of smoke rising from the distant Yarrabin bushfire.