The NSW Rural Fire Service was called to a bushfire near Heathcote on Sunday morning.
The blaze on Mirang Road has been brought under control after it was reported at 8.14am.
The latest outbreak near Heathcote follows a busy day for the NSW Rural Fire Service across the state with dozens of fires reported from the South Coast to Queensland.
At Mount McKenzie Road, Tenterfield one home was destroyed and four were damaged.
Two car yards and a pistol club were destroyed and 12 outbuildings were destroyed. Another eight were damaged.
The NSW Rural Fire Service reports 65 homes in the immediate vicinity of the fire were saved.
At View Street, Lidsdale one home was damaged and three outbuildings destroyed.
After Saturday's fires the Insurance Council of Australia (ICA) declared a Catastrophe for bushfires that have damaged or destroyed homes and property in northern New South Wales and south-east Queensland.