FIRE continues to plague Gippsland, with no end in sight.
As firefighters battled the huge Aberfeldy-Donnellys fire and the Harrietville-Alpine north and south fires, crews were also called to a suspicious fire at Marlay Point on Sunday.
The fire burnt about four hectares on the Clydebank-Marlay Point Rd on Sunday, ground crews and helicopter support quickly bringing it under control.
Police have interviewed a 25-year-old German backpacker and his female companion in relation to that fire.
An accident near Dargo on Sunday night involving a fire truck provided more headaches for emergency services.
One firefighter was airlifted to hospital, while other crew members were reportedly unharmed.
Meanwhile, Aberfeldy-Donnellys fire has raged through about 82,500 hectares from Aberfeldy, north-east of the Thomson Dam, to areas of public and private land north and west of Heyfield.
Good backburning on Friday protected the Wollangarra Outdoor Education Centre.
The Harrietville-Alpine fire remains active in the Dargo River valley area north of Dargo, with moist and cooler weather resulting in decreased fire activity.
The Harrietville-Alpine South fire is about 7020 hectares, and is not yet under control.