Eastern Eyre residents can start burn-offs now following the end of the fire danger season on Sunday, April 15.
However CFS State Duty Commander Leigh Miller said people should start burn-offs with care.
He said anyone who wished to do any burning had to comply with the Broad Acre Burning Code of Practice to make sure burning was done safely.
"There will still be patches within the state where fuel loads are still high and very dry, so people may need to delay their burn-offs a few more weeks to avoid large fires," Mr Miller said.
The season was extended until May 6 for the Lower Eyre Peninsula due to a prolonged dry spell in the area.