Crews are continuing to battle forest fires caused by lightning strikes in the North East, with 30 incidents sparked on Thursday night.
Firefighters responded to incidents in Yackandandah, Big Ben, Gundowring, Sandy Creek and the Tallangatta Valley.
Multiple fires were burning in remote land between Mitta and Tawonga.
150 firefighters had contained 10 fires by yesterday afternoon with support from water bombing aircraft.
There were five fires burning in steep, difficult terrain, with containment lines being created ahead of worsening conditions on Monday.
None of the incidents have threatened properties, but authorities issued warnings and urged residents to monitor conditions.
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It followed a 200 hectare blaze at Coreen on Thursday.
Forest Fire Management Victoria spokesman Aaron Kennedy said the fires were up to 17 hectares in size.
"We're aggressively hitting these fires with aircraft, including large air tankers from Canberra and Sydney," he said.
"We've also deployed rappel crews to remote areas, where it's difficult for ground crews and machinery to access."
The rappel crews are lowered from helicopters into forest to tackle the fires.
"All of the fires are in quite remote areas," Mr Kennedy said.
"They might be visible for communities but none pose a threat to life or property at this point in time.
"We ask people to keep updated by keeping a listen to emergency broadcasts, or going to the VicEmergency website or downloading the app."