Fire in historical Dululu Hotel is not suspicious -police

QUEENSLAND Fire and Emergency Services inspectors were on scene at the Dululu Hotel investigating the cause of the fire which broke out on Monday.

Fire crews were dispatched to the small town, about 82km south-west of Rockhampton, about 12.45pm.

No one was injured in the blaze and it is believed the hotel was not open for service at the time.

A police spokesperson yesterday told The Morning Bulletin the cause of the fire was not believed to be suspicious.

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