'Biggest issue in Sydney has been the smoke and air quality due to wild fires'

Australia Prime Minister Scott Morrison has warned on Friday of bush fires are likely to merge into a so-called "mega blaze".

Fires in New South Wales have destroyed about 1,000 homes since the New Year.

Ray White speaks to Australian correspondent Rob Calder who says the capital has not been too much affected.

RELATED: Australia fires: Western Sydney 'the hottest point on earth' on Saturday

Sydney is a massive city so, in a way, it has been affected but the Blue Mountain to the west has had fires.

Rob Calder, Australian correspondent

The biggest issue in Sydney has been the smoke and air quality.

Rob Calder, Australian correspondent

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