The Fire Danger Rating advises how dangerous a fire would be if one started.
“We’ve been very lucky this summer with a number of cool, mild days,” District 9 Operations Officer Mick Cherry said.
“That has also meant we had a number of approved burn-offs late last year.”
Mr Cherry warned property owners that hot, windy conditions forecast for today, could create flare-ups.
“Fires can burn under-ground for months, even with our recent rain,” Mr Cherry said.
“All it takes is a bit of wind to flare it up and a spark for it to get into nearby fuels and start a fast-moving grass fire.
“If a previous burn-off is not monitored, it could spread quickly and can burn into bushland or on to neighbours’ properties.
“Even after burn-offs are extinguished, they need to be checked and re-checked to ensure they are safe.”