Update 6.39pm: Both bushfires in Langi Ghiran State Park have been brought under control.
Eight vehicles are still on the fireground controlling the situation.
A smoke advice message is still in place for Ararat, Bayindeen, Buangor, Dobie, Warrak.
Update, 4.42pm: The advice message remains for towns surrounding Langi Ghiran State Park with one fire controlled and one fire yet to be controlled.
A fire 5.4 kilometres southwest of Warrak is out of control, with eight vehicles responding.
The fire was 50 hectares in size.
The small fire at Lagoon Track has been controlled, with six vehicles still responding.
Update 3.33pm: An advice message has been issued to Ararat, Bayindeen, Buangor, Dobie, Warrak for the bushfire that is out of control in Langi Ghiran State Park.
The fire started after 2pm on Friday at Lagoon Track and more then are dozen vehicles are responding.
Country Fire Authority said there was currently no threat to communities, but people should continue to stay informed and monitor conditions.
Smoke may be visible from nearby roads and communities.
- If you need medical advice for burns or exposure to smoke, seek medical advice or call Nurse on Call on 1300 606 024.
- Anyone experiencing wheezing, chest tightness and difficulty breathing should call Triple Zero (000).
If you can see or smell smoke, please note:
- Smoke can affect people's health.
- People with heart or lung conditions (including asthma), children, pregnant women and older people are more sensitive to the effects of breathing in smoke.
- People with existing heart or lung conditions (including asthma) should follow the treatment plan advised by the doctor.
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Update 3.10pm: Eight emergency vehicles are responding to a fire at Lagoon Track in Langi Ghiran State Park near Warrak on Wednesday afternoon.
Earlier: A small bushfire has been reported in Langi Ghiran State Park at Lagoon Track in Warrak on Wednesday afternoon.
The fire at the park which is twenty minutes away from Ararat, was reported at 2.27pm.
Two emergency vehicles are responding.
The Mail-Times has contacted Country Fire Authority District 16.
More to come.