What was the worst flood in Brisbane?

What was the worst flood in Brisbane?

The 1974 Floods The floods which occurred on the 27th of January 1974 are considered to be the largest floods to affect the city of Brisbane in the 20th Century. 1973 had seen an extremely wet Spring with the river system at capacity by the end of October.

Did Gatton flood in 2011?

Services Road at UQ’s Gatton campus was submerged during the floods in 2011. Services Road at UQ’s Gatton campus was submerged during the floods in 2011.

Are there floods in Brisbane?

Brisbane sits on a flood plain which means flooding is possible. Brisbane City Council works to manage and reduce the risks of flooding to ensure our city remains safe and liveable. Find information on the likelihood and sources of flooding for your property and local area with our Flood Awareness Maps.

Where are the areas affected by the Brisbane flood?

A list of suburbs which have been hit by floods, as released by the Brisbane City Council. Acacia Ridge. Albion. Anstead. Archerfield. Auchenflower. Balmoral. Bellbowrie.

How to get floodwise Property Report in Brisbane?

To get the report, fill in your property’s details including suburb, street name and number into the Brisbane City Council Website. This is what the Brisbane Floodwise Property Report website looks like, it’s very simple and only requires the suburb, street name and unit number to complete the free flood report.

Where was the flood in Rockhampton in 2013?

Floodwaters surround a house in Kabra, west of Rockhampton in central Queensland, as record-breaking rains drench the region on January 25, 2013. (ABC News: Marlina Whop) Flood debris cover a bridge at Frenchville, Rockhampton. (ABC Open: Lisa Clarke)

When did Cyclone Oswald hit North Queensland in 2013?

Floodwaters cover the town of Giru, south of Townsville in north Queensland on January 24, 2013. (Audience submitted) Queensland Premier Campbell Newman has warned of potential flooding in Brisbane as ex-tropical cyclone Oswald tracks south.