Victims of the South Australian bushfires will be able to access additional income support under the federal government's disaster recovery scheme.
Those who lost their homes or suffered injuries in the 82,500 hectare blaze north of Adelaide will be eligible for one-off support payments and income assistance for up to 13 weeks.
This financial assistance is in addition to the South Australian state government's emergency grant package.
South Australian frontbencher Christopher Pyne said the assistance would help local business remain afloat in the bushfire's aftermath, which claimed two lives and destroyed 87 homes.
"This is a difficult time for those who have lost loved ones and those affected by the bushfire, which has had a devastating impact on our local communities," said Mr Pyne.
"This extra assistance announced today will help residents affected by these bushfires get back on their feet."
The process of rebuilding has been aided by the success of South Australian crews in containing the fire, which is no longer an immediate threat.
Heidi Davis from the South Australian Country Fire Service said firefighters had halted the blaze's forward momentum.
Ms Davis said 200 firefighters are on the ground in Pinery and may remain in the area for another seven days.
"We've got milder weather conditions today, but we will see whether conditions warm up tomorrow," Ms Davis said.
"We've got a lot of fire crew on the ground to try and downgrade that fire before the warmer weather rolls in."
Mr Pyne praised fire authorities for their tireless work.
"We want to thank our remarkable firefighters and rescue crews for their dedication and selflessness during this emergency," he said.
Local residents have been advised to check their properties for the presence of fires and embers and to look out for falling trees.