The Country Fire Authority was kept busy in the region across the weekend, responding to several incidents.
On Friday afternoon a watch and act alert was issued as crews battled a grassfire at Moyston.
Upwards of 20 vehicles and air water bombers responded to the blaze in the Rocky Point Road area.
Crews from the surrounding area attended.
It burnt about 50 hectares with no damage to any property or persons.
Fire investigators are continuing investigations to the cause of the fire and it is uncertain if it was deliberately lit at this stage.
Another watch and act warning was issued on Sunday afternoon for a grassfire at Coopers Road in Langi Logan.
About 80 hectares was burnt and similarly to the Moyston fire, no property or people were affected by the fire. Air bombers and about 15 tankers responded to the fire.
CFA District 16 relieving operations officer Owen Tudball said the two grassfire incidents highlight the need for people to be careful this summer.
“They really show the area is cured at the moment with the amount of fire activity that has been happening,” he said.
“People need to be vigilant for their own safety and the safety of others and be aware of any activities that may cause and ignition.”
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