South Australia's Fire Danger Season has concluded for all remaining Fire Danger Districts.
Although South Australia did not face as many large-scale bushfires as the previous years, CFS Chief Officer Mark Jones QFSM says the service's volunteers were still very busy over the season.
Mr. Jones said "volunteers responded each and every day to bushfires, house fires, vehicle accidents and a variety of other emergencies,"
As conditions around the usage of fire and hot tools are now eased, locals should still need to remain cautious.
From today, the Eyre Peninsula will be entering cooler days, however some parts of the state will remain extremely dry with the CFS encouraging people to be careful when lighting winter burn-offs, keeping them small and monitored closely.