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"They should keep up-to-date with warnings as they travel and check both Queensland and New South Wales channels if they are crossing the border.
"We also ask them to heed any warnings, especially if they are in unfamiliar areas. And as always, remind them not to throw cigarettes from car windows."
CEO of the official Schoolies, Matt Lloyd, said there are no current plans to address the problem and the company won't be making any decisions until later next week.
"We're pretty hopeful there will no disruption for week one," he said.
"We'll just wait and see and fingers crossed, for everyone's sake, that the fires clam down before the weekend."
Mr Lloyd said those attending schoolies will be urged to keep up to date in information from police and emergency services.
"Most of the young people that book through us also take out domestic travel insurance so that's also an important precaution to take," he said.