A total of 25 people have been killed on Australian roads in the first five days of the holiday season.
In Mudgee, in central western NSW, a man died after he was hit by a station wagon while he was standing next to his car.
The 50-year-old man suffered extensive injuries and died at the scene. His death took the NSW toll to seven.
The female driver of the Ford, aged in her 30s, was taken to hospital for mandatory blood tests.
The latest fatality follows five deaths in four separate accidents on NSW roads on Boxing Day.
In Queensland, a 25-year-old Coorparoo man has also died after he was hit by a truck at Berrinba, near Logan, south of Brisbane on Thursday night.
Preliminary information suggests the man's car was parked on the side of the road, possibly broken down, and he was struck by a passing truck while standing on the roadway.
The man died at the scene, bringing the Queensland holiday road toll to two.
In Adelaide, a motorcyclist has died in a crash in the Adelaide Hills.
Police said the rider died in the crash at Woodside about 11am (CDT) on Friday.
The death in the hills takes the South Australian holiday road toll to four.
And in western Victoria, a driver was killed when his car veered into the path of an oncoming truck and burst into flames on a straight stretch of the Princes Highway at Warncoort, near Colac, just before 7am (AEDT).
The driver of the car died at the scene, while the truck driver received minor injuries.
The national road toll period runs from 0001 December 23, 2012, until 2359 January 3, 2013, local times, in line with the Australia New Zealand Policing Advisory Board.