THE fire warning for a slow-moving fire in the Tallarook area has been downgraded.
The CFA's earlier watch and act message for two fires in the Tallarook area, 100km north of Melbourne, has been downgraded to an advice message.
One fire is burning near Broardford and the second is in the Landscape Rd area, Tallarook, near farms.
A State Control Centre spokesman said the fire was slow moving in scrubby steep terrain.
He said four tankers and aircraft were working on the blazes this morning.
Both fires started yesterday afternoon and the causes remain unknown.
Across Victoria, several fires continue to burn.
In the Grampians, the Victoria Valley complex fire is about 36,600ha in size and is yet to be brought under control.
Today, 300 firefighters and 12 aircraft including an aircrane will continuing working on the fire.
In the High Country, the Harrietville north fire is about 21,000ha in size and is being control. The spokesman said fire activity in the area had reduced.
The Harrietville south fire is about 14,437ha in size and is not under control.
In Gippsland, the Aberfeldy fire is about 84,932ha in size and has been burning for 37 days.
About 330 people are continuing the fire fight with one tanker, 79 slip-ons, eight dozers and eight aircraft.
At 10am there were 13 advice messages current for across Victoria.