More than 30 tankers have been called to an out of control grass fire near Cavendish which has so far burnt 160 hectares.
Air support that was fighting the fire were called away to a larger fire on the Victorian South Australian border between Penola and Naracoorte.
Tankers from North Hamilton and the surrounding region are fighting the south-west fire which is about 12 kilometres north of Cavendish on the Glendinning Road.
The fire is moving in a south westerly direction and has reached Luhrs Road.
An advice warning has been issues for the area with motorist warned that smoke will be visible from nearby roads.
Temperatures in the Cavendish area soared to 38 degrees on Friday and were expected to soar into the 30s again tomorrow.
CFA media said at this stage there was not threat to houses.
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