A bushfire burning in the Goonoo Forest north of Dubbo has been contained.
Firefighters had been working to bring the blaze under control since it was reported on Sunday morning.
NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) Orana district officer Peter Fothergill reported on Sunday afternoon the fire had been contained.
It had burnt about 2.35 hectares, he said.
It had been moving in an easterly direction, but it was "pulled up" with the resources on scene, he said.
Crews would continue to black out so there was no more threat to property or life, he said.
A fire burning in the Goonoo Forest north of Dubbo is now listed as 'being controlled'.
Reports of the blaze came in about 10.30am on Sunday.
The latest update on the NSW Rural Fire Service's Fires Near Me website has its status changed from "out-of-control" to "being controlled".
A fire has broken out in a national park to the north of Dubbo, with crews currently on scene.
Reports of the bushfire in the Goonoo Forest on Mendooran Road came in about 10.30am on Sunday.
The fire is listed as 'out-of-control' with the alert level at 'advice' on the NSW Rural Fire Service's (RFS) Fires Near Me website's latest update about 11.15am.
RFS Orana officials told the Daily Liberal the fire was still only small, and had burnt "probably under 10 hectares at this stage".
Its team is working to bring the fire under control.
It has five brigades on scene, involving 10 appliances and 25 firefighters, RFS Orana district officer Peter Fothergill said.
They were doing "direct attack" and using heavy plant in an effort to contain the fire and keep it small, he said.
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The incident is in a national park, and the RFS is engaging with NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service to gain assistance.
"National Parks is sending out three appliances and a small heavy plant to get around the fire as well," Mr Fothergill said.
"So we're identifying all the containment lines within the national park, they're on their pre-existing fire trail network that we can use as containment for this fire at this stage."
He asked the community to be aware and proactive.
"...if they are adjacent to or around the national park, start to be thinking about their bushfire survival plan, and enacting their plan," he said.
"At this stage it's still at advice level, we do not have any other warnings out at this stage, but it's early on in the fire, they should be starting to think about what plans they've got for the rest of the day.
"And if anyone from town can stay away from the area, we will have roadblocks in place I should imagine by the end of the day.
"So if they have no business being in the park, just stay out of the park."