More firefighters from central Victoria are heading north to support crews battling bushfires in NSW.
Country Fire Authority District 2 commander Chris Jacobsen said 23 people from the region will head to the Batemans Bay area on Wednesday.
They will work with NSW crews from Thursday through to Saturday.
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There are more than 80 fires burning across NSW on Tuesday, with 37 of those fires out of control.
More than 2000 firefighters are working to control the blazes.
The additional support from central Victoria comes after about 50 firefighters from the region headed north in November.
Victorian crews have been rotating support for crews in NSW since early last month.
Dangerous fire conditions will continue across NSW on Tuesday, with temperatures reaching 40 degrees in some parts of the state.
There was also severe smoke pollution across the state, with the NSW environment department declaring visibility across east and southwest Sydney was at a hazardous level on Tuesday morning.
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