Police have revoked an emergency declaration in relation to a large grass fire burning in the Little Mountain area.
The fire is no longer posing a threat to homes and the declaration under the Public Safety Preservation Act was revoked at 2.48am.
Police would like to thank residents for their patience as they worked to resolve the situation safely.
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Police have made an emergency declaration under the Public Safety and Preservation Act in relation to a large grass fire burning in the Little Mountain area.
A declaration was made around 12.09am and encompasses the boundaries of Kawana Link Road to the west, Caloundra Road to the south, Parklands Boulevard to the east and Meridan Way to the north.
Police are asking people within that area to await further advice from emergency services regarding possible evacuation.
The Queensland Police Service will provide more information when it becomes available.