The fire at Sisters Beach has been downgraded to an advice warning level, the Tasmania Fire Service says.
TFS was called to the vegetation fire at Sisters Beach, including Banksia Avenue, Serrata Crescent and Irbys Circus, about 4.30pm on Saturday.
"In terms of the fire's movement, the area of Sisters Beach is relatively safe at this point in time," Incident Controller David Meldrum said.
On Saturday night the bushfire was at a watch and act warning level until 9.00pm.
A smoke alert was issued at 7.50am on Sunday for the area of Rocky Cape encouraging the public to stay informed.
"TFS and Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service fire crews are currently assessing the fire by air and on the ground," a spokesman said.
"An incident management team has been established and four helicopters are working on the fire this morning."
Mr Meldrum said the mobile phone network at Sisters Beach had been impacted.
"This is being assessed by telecommunications authorities," he said.
"People are advised to avoid the bushwalking tracks in and around the Rocky Cape National Park."
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