By Alisha Rouse For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 05:05 GMT, 8 January 2020 | Updated: 05:27 GMT, 8 January 2020
Bushfire victims recovering from the horrific blazes on Kangaroo Island are being told to evacuate immediately.
Dangerous conditions are set to return to the area on Thursday, with firefighters bracing for 40C temperatures.
Around 140 people in Vivonne Bay, a popular tourist area on the south coast, are being evacuated.
The island was devastated over the weekend, with more than a third of its entire land burned.
The Kangaroo Island Complex Fire (pictured, in blue) is burning across 164,405 hectares. Around a third of the island has been burned so far this bushfire season
Aftermath of bushfires at Flinders Chase National Park on Kangaroo Island (pictured) is seen on Tuesday
The South Australian Country Fire Service advised residents of Kangaroo Island to be prepared (pictured) for tough conditions on Thursday
A convoy of army vehicles, transporting up to 100 reservists and supplies, is currently on Kangaroo Island as part of Operation Bushfire Assist at the request of the South Australian Government.
The residents will be moved to Penneshaw or Kingscote on the island's east.