At least seven others remain missing in the fire trunk, New South Wales Rural Fire Services Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons said at a press conference Saturday.
One of the dead was found inside a vehicle while the other had died in hospital while being treated for severe burns.
Fitzsimmons said that preliminary reports indicated that at least 100 homes had been destroyed in the slats.
Pictures posted on social media show ominous light orange sky and thick smoke wafing across roads and cities throughout the region.
"(With) dry windy conditions over an already very dry landscape, there is a likelihood that we will see fires increase in their alert level," Fitzsimmons said Saturday.
As of Saturday morning, there were about 70 fires across the state, with 39 burning out of control.
"Yesterday last night you could see the sky was a red and orange, amber color, "he said." I think a lot of people are just because they have to monitor all night. "
Beckton said some other members of the city already had left, after an emergency ituation came from authorities that demanded an evacuation.
It warned that some fires created their own weather conditions and that fire clouds – which can produce lightning strikes without rain – developed.
"These (fire clouds) are extremely dangerous. Don't get caught outdoors," said the NSW RFS.
On Friday, Fitzsimmons said the fire department received reports that several communities had been affected by the fire, including reports of damage to residents and damage to buildings.
"High concentration of fire and extreme volatility and extraordinary fire behavior" was driven by a "dried landscape" and hot, dry, windy conditions, "he said.
The winds are set to be" relentless "throughout the evening, Fitzsimmons added.
In a tweet Friday, Rob Rogers, chief executive at NSW Rural Fire Service, described the fires as "outstanding" and asked residents to "avoid fire-affected areas."
About 50 bushes also burn in the residents Queensland and New South Wales are prone to fire fires in the spring and early summer, and this year's shortcomings follow Australia's hottest summer record, resulting in worsening drought , bush fires and very low rainfall.