UPDATE: Cap Coast fire to continue burning for next few days
7.50AM: A BUSHFIRE burning in Farnborough is expected to continue to keep Queensland Fire and Emergency Services busy for the next few days.
About 7pm last night, QFES were still backburning around the perimeter to contain the fire and make it safe.
One fire crew is on scene this morning monitoring the fire, which is still within the containment lines.
Yesterday afternoon, twelve fire crews had contained the bushfire burning near Farnborough Road, Iwasaki Road and Hinz Avenue.
QFES say the bushfire is expected to continue burning for the next few days and advise people in the area will be affected by smoke, which will reduce visibility and air quality.
Properties are not under direct threat but if this changes, call Triple Zero (000).
6.15pm: A BUSHFIRE burning in Farnborough for the past 24 hours continues to keep Queensland Fire and Emergency Services busy.
In their latest warning at 6.15pm, QFES said the fire was at the 'advice' level.
Twelve crews of firefighters had contained the bushfire burning near Farnborough Road, Iwasaki Road and Hinz Avenue.
4.30pm: FARNBOROUGH Rd is closed as a dozen fire crews work to extinguish a blaze, which has been burning for more than 19 hours.
State Emergency Services are performing traffic control at the site while crews continue to back burn.
The bushfire warning level remains classified as advice with no threat to property.
2pm: A FIRE burning near Farnborough State School is not a threat but authorities are monitoring conditions, according to the Queensland Fire Emergency Services.
Eight crews are on scene and other three are en route to help control the fire, which is travelling from Farnborough Rd in an easterly direction towards Iwasaki Rd and Hinz Avenue.
A QFES spokesperson said the fire was no threat to property at this stage.
Crews are expected to continue back burning throughout the afternoon to extinguish the fire, which has been burning since Sunday night.
Farnborough State School took to Facebook to inform parents students would be kept indoors to avoid the smoke.
"School staff will take action if needed to keep children indoors, however, parents and caregivers are welcome to collect their child if they wish," they wrote.
QFES has advised people in the area will be affected by smoke, which will reduce visibility and air quality.