Emergency services are battling a bush fire on the North Shore of Port Macquarie.
NSW Rural Fire Service crews were alerted to the fire by an onlooker at Goal Point in Port Macquarie around 11.20am on Wednesday, October 9.
The fire is burning two kilometres north of Shoreline Drive.
Rural Fire Service (RFS) inspector Guy Duckworth said a small area of bush is alight.
"We have multiple units on scene dealing with a 50 metre strip of bushland burning to the north," he said.
"No assets are under threat.
"There are unconfirmed reports of a cooking fire being the cause of the bushfire."
Port Macquarie currently has a high fire danger rating for October 9.
The Bureau of Meteorology has released a strong wind warning from 10.15am until midnight on October 9. Affected areas include Byron Coast, Coffs Coast, Macquarie Coast, Hunter Coast and other coastal zones.
The Lindfield Park Road bushfire near Port Macquarie is still under control within a 592 hectares area near the Port Macquarie Airport.
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