Overnight conditions have served to create a mega-fire from the merging of the Green Valley, Dunns Road and East Ournie Fires.
The Green Valley fire remains at Watch and Act level, while the others have been downgraded to Advice.
As one super-blaze the fire is roughly in excess of 600,000 hectares large.
RFS Riverina representative Brad Stewart told The Daily Advertiser that the fires did not threaten homes in any of the towns or villages in its path.
"No urban areas were affected, it was mainly rural areas that were hit," Mr Stewart said.
Four alerts were issued throughout the night as high winds made ember attacks a concern.
Tumbarumba, Ournie Mungaroo, and Mannus received the alerts.
A strong wind change yesterday afternoon whipped up fires into the evening, causing the blaze to jump containment lines.
Roads are still closed and the damage yet to be assessed after the night's event.
The Hume Highway has re-opened between Tarcutta and Coolac after it was closed last night.
Roads between Tumbarumba and Batlow and around Kosciuszko National Park remain closed.
Mr Stewart told The Daily Advertiser that a significant fire broke out in Mount Adrah, which caused the closure of the major highways.
Adelong may have been saved the worst of the fire when the blaze broke containment lines in the Westwood area overnight.
According to a post on the Adelong RFS Facebook page, damage was avoided by the work of local crews and strike teams.
Fire also broke containment at Ellerslie, jumping the Snowy Mountains Highway.
The fire has been stopped at Adelong Tumblong Road.
Conditions have eased this morning, with temperatures falling to the mid-teens in some parts.
The day's forecast looks to be void of any major wind disruptions which may aid the firefighting efforts across the region.
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