An out-of-control bushfire at the locality of Worlds End in South Australia's Mid-North has been downgraded to a watch and act.
But the Country Fire Service says conditions are changing constantly and has urged residents to leave the area if their way is safe.
The fire is travelling southeast and east, but an expected wind change could push it northeasterly towards Worlds End, Burra Creek, Bright and Hallelujah Hills and surrounds.
"You should not enter this area as the roads may not be safe," the CFS said in a warning on Sunday afternoon.
A watch and act is also in place for a fire at Mount Crawford, in the Southern Barossa Valley.
Advice alerts have been issued for several grass fires across the state.