All fires in the Namoi/Gwydir zone are now out or under control, but fire permits are suspended until Monday morning.
Inspector Brett Loughlin said all fire permits in Moree, Narrabri and Gwydir shires were suspended until midnight Sunday.
Inspector Loughlin said he hoped all remaining fires would stay under control.
A Section 44 bushfire state of emergency was declared in the region earlier this week after three fires burned out of control.
There were initially 10 fires in the region, all caused by a storm on Monday morning.
The three main fires were all in Gwydir.
The Whitlow Rd fire burnt out 80 hectares 12km north of Bingara with no properties directly threatened.
Four fixed wing water bombers and a helicopter were used to support ground crews to bring the fire under control.
The Bereen Rd fire, south of Upper Horton, burnt in difficult terrain and burnt out 66 hectares with ground personnel supported by aircraft.
The Langallan fire, on Back Creek Rd, was between Narrabri and Bingara. It burnt 120 hectares and aircraft were again used to bring fire under control
and support ground resources.
The Rural Fire Service set up an air base at the Warialda airstrip where all aircraft were based during the emergency.
The aircraft came from Moree, Gunnedah and Scone.
Inspector Loughlin said he hoped it would rain this weekend to lessen the fire danger.
Tamworth Zone Rural Fire Service community safety officer Peter Roffe said there were no fires in this zone at the moment, but there would be a lot of people camping this weekend, so they would need to be vigilant.
“With the winds expected this weekend, people certainly need to exercise extreme caution,” he said.
“The regulations state that you need a two-metre clear radius around fires, fires are not to be left unattended and must be extinguished before leaving them.”