A bushfire at Callington has been monitored by CFS crews overnight, with no threat to lives or property.
The fire broke out around Highland and Old Murray Roads Monday night, with the blaze quickly contained.
Meanwhile police continue to investigate four small fires on the Fleurieu Peninsula in the early hours of Monday morning that they believe may have been deliberately lit.
At 3.15am, Monday 12 March, campers reported a fire burning a few kilometres away from the Stringybark Camp ground along Tapanappa Road in the Depp Creek Conservation Park.
When crews arrives they found three more fires all buringin within a few kilometres of each other.
The fires were brought under control by crews before they did any major damage but police are calling for anyone who may information to come forward.
Investigations remain on-going, police are asking the public to remain vigilant and to report any suspicious behavior immediately to the Police Assistance Line on 131444. If you see a fire, please call Triple Zero (000) for fire services.
If you have any information that may assist the investigation into this incident call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at www.crimestopperssa.com.au.