Police are investigating whether fireworks sparked a Lavington blaze which burned only metres from homes.
Emergency services were notified of the fire near Pioneer Park about 10.25pm on Saturday.
The blaze, which was about 100 metres south of Pearsall and Urana roads, burnt in two areas on a hillside.
Firefighters spent two hours on the scene bringing the incident under control.
The fire burnt through grass and scrub but also spread into trees.
The flames were extinguished before they could reach homes which back onto the green wedge.
A police spokeswoman said a crime scene was declared at the site.
"Some items were seized from the scene and police are now appealing for anyone with information to contact police, who are treating the fire as suspicious," the spokeswoman said.
No arrests have been made and there is no description of any suspects.
Firefighters from Lavington and Jindera attended the scene.
Fire authorities recently warned of the danger of fireworks.
Meanwhile the Rural Fire Service quickly contained a grassfire at Gerogery on Sunday.
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The incident was reported on Walla Road about 1pm.
An RFS spokesman said the fire burnt through two hectares of grass and was extinguished by 1.30pm.
No homes were under threat.
Police are also investigating a weekend fire which destroyed a Kia Carnival off Kaitlers Road.
The NSW registered vehicle was gutted and fire also burnt a small amount of grass near the car.
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