Emergency services were kept busy as strong winds lashed the Illawarra over the past several days.
Emergency crews worked to fix power lines, secure awnings and gutters and remove fallen trees.
According to the Bureau of Meteorology, at 12.30am on Friday, a 100km/hour gust was recorded at Albion Park.
Several gusts of 85km/hour were recorded at Albion Park on Saturday night.
Other significant gusts recorded included:
*At Bellambi, winds of 96km/hour were recorded at 2.05am and 6.30am on Sunday, as well as at 4am on Saturday.
*Winds of 106km/hour were registered at Kiama at 9.30pm on Friday.
*A 98km/hour gust was recorded at 1.41pm on Friday at Port Kembla Harbour.
SES spokesperson Jenni North said there were 250 jobs requested across the Illawarra from Thursday to Sunday.
This included 117 jobs for the Wollongong area, with the remainder spread evenly throughout the Kiama, Dapto and Shellharbour units.
Ms North said the majority of jobs were tree-related, including damaged roofs, due to the strength of the winds throughout the region.
"The larger jobs occurred on Friday when the wind was at its peak," she told the Mercury on Sunday.
"Weather-wise, it's going to ease from tomorrow - we haven't got any other weather risk at the moment."
The strong winds were caused by a series of cold fronts passing over the state.
Meanwhile, thousands of homes were also without power on Friday night.
Endeavour Energy reported that 1043 homes had power outages in Lake Heights and Warrawong.
There were 1038 homes without power in the suburbs of Jamberoo, Jerrara, Kiama and Kiama Downs.