The Riverina RFS has confirmed that the Dunns Road fire has finally been put out.
After more than 50 days battling the blaze, the announcement was made this afternoon that the fire is officially out.
It had been downgraded and controlled less than a week ago, on February 10, after burning through more than 330,000 hectares.
In January, the fire joined with surrounding fire fronts, including the Green Valley fire near the border to Victoria, becoming one of the largest fire fronts in the state.
The fire was originally started near Oberne Creek south of Tarcutta when lightning struck days after Christmas.
In its almost two months of active alert, the fire destroyed more than 100 homes and public buildings, threatening towns including Batlow, Tumbarumba, Adelong and neighbouring areas around the Snowy Mountains.
The fire also claimed the life of Goulburn man David Harrison, who was helping a friend defend a property during catastrophic conditions in Batlow on January 4.
The fire front has now been removed from the RFS Fires Near Me app, heralding the end to a long chapter for the Riverina's RFS teams.