IPSWICH residents can expect to see plenty of smoke in the sky today, with Brisbane City Council and the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service conducting hazard reduction burns across south-east Queensland.
Burns are being carried out within Mt Coo-tha, The Gap, the Mt Nebo area and Karawatha Forest, near Woodridge.
The Queensland Fire and Rescue Service is also conducting training exercises with its three water-bombing choppers in the Logan area today.
Smoke haze may be seen across neighbouring suburbs as a result of these fires.
No properties are currently under threat, however residents are advised that if their property is under threat they should call Triple-0.