A total fire ban will be in place in the Mid North and Mount Lofty Ranges regions tomorrow.
Three bushfires near Birdwood in the Adelaide Hills, Stansbury on the Yorke Peninsula and Coonalpyn in the state’s South East have now been downgraded.
The CFS has said the fire at Birdwood in the Mount Lofty Ranges — near Rathjen Road and Warren Road — has been contained.
CFS crews will remain onsite overnight.
Earlier, the CFS has said residents in the area were “in danger” and the fire was travelling in a south, south easterly direction towards Warren Road and the township of Birdwood.
Another serious bushfire burning at Stansbury on the Yorke Peninsula — three kilometres north of the Stansbury township — has reduced.
Residents in the area have been advised to remain vigilant and be careful on the roads.
Water bombers and fire engines are battling the fire near Birdwood in rough terrain and scrub.
Country Fire Service Assistant Chief Officer Rob Sanford told ABC radio there were some isolated property in the fire area, on the western side of Warren Road, but the fire had not crossed the eastern side, where more properties were.
He warned that while wind conditions had eased, the threat of embers starting another fire was still very real.
“We’ll have crews working these fires for a number of days,” he said.
There are concerns winds blowing embers could cause spot fires and start a new fire near Birdwood
A third fire at Coonalpyn near Cold & Wet Road has reduced.
Bureau of Meteorology senior forecaster Matthew Bass said wind speeds were likely to decrease in both regions over the coming hours, after being buffeted by gusts of up to 65 kilometres an hour.