The NSW Rural Fire Service is once again reminding us about the dangers of grass fires.
Around 4pm today, crews were called to a fast moving blaze at Marulan near Oak Valley Road which burnt out 10 hectares.
A couple of trucks from the Southern Highlands also responded.
The fire was last listed by the RFS at Watch and Act.
Inspector Ben Shepherd is asking people to be mindful.
“Right across NSW, we’ve been warning people about the increased risk of grass fires,
“There are huge grass loads following two years of wet weather,”Inspector Shepherd said.
Image: RFS Southern Tablelands Zone