The Rural Fire Service says bushfires in the Tweed Shire and Clarence Valley appear to be under control.
Crews spent the night containing a blaze in the Cudgen Nature Reserve and will continue checks for the next few days.
Clarence RFS Superintendent, Matt Inwood, says weather conditions are favourable but four fires are still burning in the region.
"Certainly the weather conditions predicted for this week, especially rain, would help crews control the fires," he said.
"Rain or showers would be welcome relief for crews on the fire lines."
However, Superintendent Inwood, says conditions are expected to heat up again towards the end of the week and the RFS will be on alert.
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17:25 EST With lots of talk about the cracker start to the grain growing season, there are plenty of farmers who've missed out on that precious rain.