SES crew members continue to work deep into the night to help those in need as the North West is hit by storms.
In the last seven days there's been 160 requests for assistance, New England division commander Katrina Miegel said. Throughout this rain event, there's been 281 in total.
Half of those call-outs were flood related, including a heap of sandbagging, and seven were flood rescues. Four in the one day in Attunga, Werris Creek and Tamworth.
And the division commander isn't expecting any respite too soon.
"In some areas it has slowed down but in others it's ramping up again," she said.
"On top of that, there's been a request for out of area assistance to go to the coast. So some crews will be going there."
A number of roads around Tamworth have been closed throughout the week due to flooding.
Ms Miegel reminded residents to not risk driving through floodwaters.
The commander also said the Tamworth SES needs the public's help - in particular, filling sandbags.
"As soon as we were filling them, they were going," Ms Miegel said.
"They're also preparing [at Tamworth SES headquarters], looking at river heights and the weather.
"We're meant to get more thunderstorms this afternoon and tomorrow. Less so tomorrow."
To lend a hand, contact the NSW SES Tamworth Unit Facebook page or pop by the Lockheed Street base.