The fires in Australia have killed another person in New South Wales, state police have confirmed.
Police said the 71-year-old man was reported missing from Nerrigundah, last seen on New Year's Eve moving equipment on his property.
Police confirmed he was one of two men Premier Gladys Berejiklian referred to as missing on the South Coast during a press conference on Monday morning.
Police said the man's body was discovered between a property and a car, which had both been destroyed by fire.
The Badja Forest Road fire had been burning in the area preventing access by emergency services for a number of days.
A large-scale land search was conducted on Monday and police made the grim discovery about 4pm.
A second person remains missing from Bombala near the border with Victoria. Police said they were hoping for a good outcome in the search.
About 27 people have died in the bushfires in Australia since they began in September, and about 2000 homes destroyed in the bushfires roaring across three states.