A bushfire in the NSW Bega Valley that razed two properties continues to pose a threat to more properties, the RFS says.
The fire, west of Merimbula, crossed the Princes Highway on Friday afternoon and was threatening properties between Wolumla and Millingandi, an RFS spokeswoman said.
"There is still a threat to those properties," she told AAP at 9pm (AEDT) on Friday.
Two properties and the two sheds were lost in the blaze, which has burnt 150 hectares.
About 100 firefighters will work through the night, but three assisting aircraft were stood down as darkness fell.
Residents were being advised to head north to Bega or south to Merimbula if they wished to leave the area.
No mandatory evacuation order has been put in place.