The fire near Painters Lane and The Braidwood Rd has been listed as contained and under control.
But just to be sure, fire crews remain on site and are still mopping up.
RFS Southern Tablelands zone operations officer Lachlan Gilchrist said appliances remain on the scene to ensure the fire does not flare up again.
In total, it burnt 15ha.
Fire crews have contained the fire near Painters Lane on the Braidwood Rd.
RFS Southern Tablelands zone operations officer Lachlan Gilchrist said 12 appliances remain on the scene to ensure the fire remains contained and to mop up.
It had burnt through 15ha.
"This is a fantastic effort considering 9ha had burnt in the first 10 minutes," he said.
He said the cause of the fire was still being investigated.
"Police are on the scene trying to determine that," he said.
More resources have been deployed to the fire off Braidwood Road.
RFS Southern Tablelands zone operations officer Lachlan Gilchrist said 12 vehicles were now on scene. The are burnt has grown to about 10ha and although wind speed has dropped slightly, it is still gusting up to 63km/h.
"It is still being controlled but with the additional units we are reasonably confident of getting around it. There's an abundance of resources working hard to control it."
The outbreak started beside Braidwood Road, near Painters Lane, but there is no impact on Braidwood Road traffic.
However Mr Gilchrist urged people to slow down in the area.
More details as they come to hand.
The RFS is on the scene of a fire southeast of Goulburn.
Southern Tablelands zone operations officer Lachlan Gilchrist said the outbreak has so far burnt out about seven hectares. It is being controlled by four brigades, including Parkesbourne, Goulburn Mulwaree Support, Gundary and Currawang.
A motorist reported the fire just after 12.30pm at 4230 Braidwood Road, near the cross with Painters Lane.
Mr Gilchrist said had moved quickly through open grassland, fanned by approximate 56km/h winds, but there was no threat to property.
"It's symptomatic of the drought conditions that it has moved so fast but the quick response has made all the difference," he said.
"I'd urge everyone to remain vigilant and alert about the conditions and fire behaviour at this time."
A cause is not known at this stage.
While you're with us...
Did you know the Goulburn Post is now offering breaking news alerts and a weekly email newsletter? Keep up-to-date with all the local news: sign up here.