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Update: A blaze in Maida Vale has been contained and is now under control.

The cause of the fire, that has burnt about 6 hectares, is being reported as suspicious.

Department of Fire and Emergency Services says a bushfire advice remains in place for Leschenaultia Way near Hawtin Road in the southern part of Maida Vale in the Shire of Kalamunda.

The fire started near Leschenaultia Way.

There is no threat to lives and homes but residents need to be aware and keep up to date in case the situation changes.

In other fire alerts, a bushfire advice has been issued for people 1.5km south of Jarrahdale for a fire that has started in the vicinity of Scarp Road in Serpentine National Park.

The fire has been contained and there is no threat to lives or homes. Although there is no immediate danger you need to be aware and keep up to date.

A bushfire advice remains for people in an area east of the rail line in Bertram and west of Bombay Boulevard in Casuarina, extending north to Anketell Road in Anketell in the Town of Kwinana.

The fire started near Bertram Primary School and burnt along Johnson Road towards Thomas Road.

There is no threat to lives or homes but there is a lot of smoke in the area.

At 2pm a bushfire advice was issued for people 30 kilometres east of Cervantes in the Shire of Dandaragon

The fire is burning in bushland east of Munbinea Road, near the intersection of Munbinea Road and Cervantes Road and is burning towards Munbinea Road.

There is smoke impacting Cervantes Road, Munbinea Road and Bibby Road, 30 kilometres east of Cervantes.

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