Crookwell was home to the cheapest fuel in NSW on Friday.
Fuel wars heated up in the town on June 26 with E10 going for as low as 39.9 cents a litre.
E10 fuel from The Metro Zone went from $1.02 per litre to 39.9 cents a litre over the day.
Shortly after, Mobil Crookwell dropped the price of its E10 fuel to 49.9 cents a litre.
This was more than half of the average E10 price for June across the state at 117.2 cents per litre.
The price war didn't last long with Crookwell Metro currently at 113.9 cents and Mobil at 115.9 cents.
As of June 30 Metro on Clinton Street in Goulburn was the cheapest fuel in the region at 105.9 cents per litre.
According to the NRMA Weekly Fuel Report for June 29 over the past week average regular unleaded prices rose 0.8 cents per litre while diesel prices rose 0.4 cents per litre.
According to the report regional prices are expected to slowly increase in most regional towns due to higher unleaded and diesel wholesale prices.
The Goulburn Post contacted the petrol station owners to find out what prompted the price drops, but they did not respond.