The townships of Old Bar and Wallabi Point remain shut off due to the continuing closure of both Saltwater Road and Old Bar Road but there is a sense of the community trying to get back on its feet after yesterday's dramatic bushfires.
Power is currently out in Old Bar as Essential Energy works to repair infrastructure damaged by the fires.
A number of businesses have reopened today, with Coles currently running on a skeleton staff and shoppers experiencing long waits and a limited amount of stock.
A manager at the supermarket notified the community of the limitations they're facing on social media and asked for patience from customers.
Blowfish Cafe has also reopened and are offering free breakfast and lunch to firefighters.
Blowfish manager Steve Ward said a number of crews had taken them up on the offer and were extremely grateful.
The Hillville fire that tore through Wallabi and Old Bar yesterday has been downgraded to 'watch and act' and RFS district officer Stuart Robb said both townships should remain largely unaffected by it today.
He said there were pockets of active fire located around Warwiba Road and Bishop Road that were moving in a westerly direction.
He advised no homes were under threat at the moment.
The RFS has not yet released an official statement on how many properties were damaged in the area but early reports suggest no houses were lost in Wallabi Point or Old Bar, although some structural damage to sheds and fences have been reported.
While many in the community are feeling a sense of relief that disaster has been largely averted, Mr Robb says the community is not out of the woods yet.
With 35 degree temperatures and strong westerly winds predicted on Tuesday, he said residents should again be prepared for the worse.
"We're expecting conditions on Tuesday to be as bad if not worse than on Friday," he said.
He urged residents to have a bushfire survival plan in place and to remain vigilant.