A controlled hazard reduction burn is being conducted at Oulla Creek Fire Trail, Little Sugarloaf Rd and Willis Boulevard, Narooma. Over the coming days smoke from these burn are likely to settle across the Eurobodalla.
These are important controlled burns which will reduce the risk to people and properties from bush fires.
Smoke from bush fires and hazard reduction burning can affect some people more than others.
NSW Health reminds people that children, older adults and people with heart and lung conditions are most susceptible to the effects of air pollution and excessive smoke.
If you have asthma or a lung condition, reduce outdoor activities if smoke levels are high and if shortness of breath or coughing develops, take your reliever medicine or seek medical advice.
Asthma sufferers need to follow their Asthma Action Plan and take their relieving medication where necessary. If symptoms get worse, seek medical advice. Further advice is available from the Asthma Foundation website.