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Warnings: Queensland

Flood: Pioneer River

Issued at: 31 Mar 2017, 4:12am (AEST)

IDQ20755
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland

Final Flood Warning for the Pioneer River

Issued at 9:31 am EST on Thursday 30 March 2017
Flood Warning Number: 15

River levels are easing in the lower Pioneer River.

Heavy rainfall in the catchment eased overnight. No further significant
rainfall is expected over the catchment area.

Pioneer River:
Minor flood levels are easing in the lower Pioneer River between Dumbleton
Rocks and Hospital Bridge. Upstream, river levels have fallen below the minor
flood level in Blacks Creek at Whitefords and at Finch Hatton on Cattle Creek
and are continuing to fall. River height readings at Sarich's and Mirani Weir
are currently unreliable.

There are currently no observations at Mirani. It is expected that the river
level at Mirani has just fallen below the minor flood level (6.00 metres) and
will continue to fall.

The Pioneer River at Mackay peaked around the minor flood level (7.00 m) at
midnight on Wednesday and is currently around 4.0 metres and falling. River
levels at Mackay are expected to remain below the minor flood level.

Flood Safety Advice:
Remember: If it's flooded, forget it. For flood emergency assistance contact
the SES on 132 500. For life threatening emergencies, call Triple Zero (000)
immediately.

Current emergency information is available at www.qld.gov.au/alerts

Next issue:
This is a final warning, no further warnings will be issued for this event.

Latest River Heights:
Teemburra Ck at Teemburra Dam HW TM, 0.91, Steady, 08:54 AM THU 30/03/17
Blacks Ck at Whitefords Alert, 3.74, Falling, 09:13 AM THU 30/03/17
Pioneer R at Sarichs Alert, 6.56, Falling, 12:41 PM WED 29/03/17
Cattle Ck at Finch Hatton Alert, 2.31, Falling, 09:12 AM THU 30/03/17
Pioneer R at Dumbleton Rocks Alert, 16.70, Steady, 09:22 AM THU 30/03/17
Pioneer R at Hospital Br Alert, 5.85, Falling, 09:18 AM THU 30/03/17
Pioneer R at Mackay Alert, 4.00, Falling, 09:10 AM THU 30/03/17
Outer Harbour Tide TM, 2.70, Rising, 08:58 AM THU 30/03/17

This advice is also available by dialling 1300 659 219. Warning, rainfall and
river information are available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/flood. The latest weather
forecast is available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/forecasts.

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Flood: Burdekin River

Issued at: 31 Mar 2017, 4:12am (AEST)

IDQ20745
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland

Minor Flood Warning for the Lower Burdekin River

Issued at 12:30 pm EST on Thursday 30 March 2017
Flood Warning Number: 7

River levels on the lower Burdekin River have peaked just below the moderate
flood level.

Rainfall is now easing across the Burdekin Catchment with no significant
rainfall being recorded since early Thursday morning. No further significant
rainfall is forecast for this event.

Burdekin River downstream of Burdekin Falls Dam:
Minor flooding is expected along the Burdekin River downstream of Burdekin
Falls Dam.

River level observations from the Dalbeg and Clare sites are currently
unreliable.

The Burdekin River at Inkerman Bridge peaked overnight around 9.3 metres and is
currently around 8.56 metres and falling steadily. The Burdekin River at
Inkerman Bridge is expected to remain above the minor flood level (7.0 metres)
during Thursday.

Flood Safety Advice:
Remember: If it's flooded, forget it. For flood emergency assistance contact
the SES on 132 500. For life threatening emergencies, call Triple Zero (000)
immediately.

Current emergency information is available at www.qld.gov.au/alerts

Next issue:
The next warning will be issued by 10:00 am EST on Friday 31 March 2017.

Latest River Heights:
Suttor R at St Anns TM, 3.04, Rising, 11:00 AM THU 30/03/17
Burdekin R at Burdekin Dam Alert, 0.55, Rising, 11:04 AM THU 30/03/17
Burdekin R at Dalbeg TM, 10.31, Falling, 12:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Burdekin R at Millaroo Alert, 10.35, Falling, 12:13 PM THU 30/03/17
Burdekin R at Clare Alert, 3.40, Rising, 09:40 AM THU 30/03/17
Burdekin R at Clare TM, 10.92, Falling, 11:00 AM THU 30/03/17
Burdekin R at Inkerman Br Alert, 8.51, Falling, 12:17 PM THU 30/03/17
Burdekin R at Rita Island Alert, 1.40, Falling, 12:06 PM THU 30/03/17
Burdekin R at Groper Ck Alert, 3.04, Falling, 11:20 AM THU 30/03/17

This advice is also available by dialling 1300 659 219. Warning, rainfall and
river information are available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/flood. The latest weather
forecast is available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/forecasts.

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Flood: Don & Proserpine River

Issued at: 31 Mar 2017, 4:12am (AEST)

IDQ20750
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland

Final Flood Warning for the Don and Proserpine Rivers

Issued at 6:20 pm EST on Thursday 30 March 2017
Flood Warning Number: 15

River levels in the Don and Proserpine Rivers are falling steadily and are now
below flood level.
No further heavy rainfall is expected across the catchment.

Don River:
No further flooding is expected in the Don River.

The Don River at Bowen Pump Station fell below the minor flood level (2.5 m)
late Thursday afternoon

Proserpine River:
Conditions are easing across the catchment.

Flood Safety Advice:
Remember: If it's flooded, forget it. For flood emergency assistance contact
the SES on 132 500. For life threatening emergencies, call Triple Zero (000)
immediately.

Current emergency information is available at www.qld.gov.au/alerts

Next issue:
This is a final warning, no further warnings will be issued for this event.

Latest River Heights:
Don R at Ida Ck TM, 1.48, Falling, 05:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Don R at Mt Dangar Alert, 2.30, Falling, 05:32 PM THU 30/03/17
Don R at Reeves TM, 2.05, Falling, 05:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Don R at Bowen Pump Stn Alert, 2.50, Falling, 06:04 PM THU 30/03/17
Bowen Wharf Tide TM, 0.54, Steady, 06:13 PM THU 30/03/17
Proserpine R at P Faust Dam HW TM, -2.74, Rising, 08:40 AM THU 30/03/17

This advice is also available by dialling 1300 659 219. Warning, rainfall and
river information are available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/flood. The latest weather
forecast is available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/forecasts.

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Flood: Burnett River

Issued at: 31 Mar 2017, 4:12am (AEST)

IDQ20770
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland

Moderate Flood Warning for the Burnett River

Issued at 7:35 pm EST on Thursday 30 March 2017
Flood Warning Number: 3

Minor to major flooding is occurring in parts of the Burnett River catchment,
with minor flood levels possible at Bundaberg during Friday evening on the high
tide.

Rainfall totals of up to 20-50 mm were recorded in the upper Burnett River
catchment and totals of 100 mm were recorded in the lower Burnett River
catchment in the since 9:00 am Friday. No further rainfall is expected.

Burnett River to Mundubbera:
River levels have exceeded the major flood level in the Burnett River at Yarrol
and Ceratodus. Moderate flood levels are rising in Eastern Creek at Lands End.

The Burnett River at Eidsvold Bridge is currently at 7.50 metres and rising.
The Burnett River at Eidsvold Bridge is expected to reach the moderate flood
level (9.00 m) late Thursday evening. The river level may reach around the
major flood level (12.00 m) Friday afternoon.

The Burnett River at Mundubbera is currently at 5.57 metres and steady. The
Burnett River at Mundubbera is expected to exceed the minor flood level (7.00
m) Thursday night.

Auburn River:
River levels rises and moderate flood levels are being recorded in the Auburn
River and Cadarga Creek.

Stuart and Boyne Rivers:
Minor to major flooding is occurring along the Stuart and Boyne Rivers.

The Boyne River at Dunollie is currently at 3.60 metres and rising. The Boyne
River at Dunollie may reach the moderate flood level (6.50 m) overnight
Thursday into Friday.

Barker and Barambah Creeks:
Rises above minor flood levels are possible overnight Thursday and into Friday.

Burnett River downstream of Mundubbera to Paradise Dam:
Moderate flooding may occur along the Burnett River downstream of Mundubbera to
Paradise Dam.

The Burnett River at Gayndah is likely to exceed the minor flood level (5.00 m)
Thursday evening. The river level may reach the moderate flood level (8.00 m)
early Friday morning.

Burnett River downstream of Paradise Dam:
Moderate flooding is likely along the Burnett River downstream of Paradise Dam.

The Burnett River at Walla is currently at 7.66 metres and rising. The Burnett
River at Walla is likely to reach the moderate flood level (8.00 m) late
Thursday evening. The river level may reach around 10.00 metres Friday morning.

The Burnett River at Bundaberg may exceed the minor flood level (3.50 m) Friday
evening on the high tide. Predictions will be refined as upstream peaks are
recorded.

Flood Safety Advice:
Remember: If it's flooded, forget it. For flood emergency assistance contact
the SES on 132 500. For life threatening emergencies, call Triple Zero (000)
immediately.

Current emergency information is available at www.qld.gov.au/alerts

Next issue:
The next warning will be issued by 08:00 am EST on Friday 31 March 2017.

Latest River Heights:
Three Moon Ck at Cania Dam HW Alert, -0.01, Falling, 06:20 PM THU 30/03/17
Three Moon Ck at Cania Dam HW TM, -0.03, Rising, 06:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Three Moon Ck at Monto TM, 5.81, Steady, 06:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Three Moon Ck at Monto Alert, 5.79, Steady, 05:19 PM THU 30/03/17
Three Moon Ck at Abercorn TM, 3.50, Falling, 05:40 PM THU 30/03/17
Three Moon Ck at Abercorn Alert, 3.42, Falling, 05:34 PM THU 30/03/17
Burnett R at Ceratodus Alert, 4.60, Falling, 05:36 PM THU 30/03/17
Burnett R at Ceratodus TM, 9.14, Rising, 05:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Nogo R at Wuruma Dam HW TM, -0.94, Rising, 06:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Burnett R at Eidsvold Br, 7.50, Rising, 06:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Burnett R at Eidsvold TM, 5.71, Rising, 05:40 PM THU 30/03/17
Burnett R at Marriages Alert, 4.87, Rising, 06:18 PM THU 30/03/17
Burnett R at Marriages TM, 4.70, Rising, 06:05 PM THU 30/03/17
Auburn R at Flagstone Br Alert, 2.64, Rising, 05:50 PM THU 30/03/17
Boyne R at Boondooma Dam TM, -10.50, Rising, 05:30 PM THU 30/03/17
Boyne R at Dunollie, 3.60, Rising, 05:20 PM THU 30/03/17
Boyne R at Derra TM, 2.66, Rising, 05:50 PM THU 30/03/17
Burnett R at Mundubbera Alert, 5.57, Steady, 03:47 PM THU 30/03/17
Burnett R at Gayndah Flume TM, 3.88, Rising, 05:40 PM THU 30/03/17
Burnett R at Gayndah Flume Alert, 4.05, Rising, 06:24 PM THU 30/03/17
Barker Ck at Bjelke-Petersen Dam TM, -7.84, Steady, 06:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Barambah Ck at Joe Sippel Weir HW TM, 0.23, Rising, 05:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Barambah Ck at Joe Sippel Weir TW TM, 4.43, Steady, 06:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Barambah Ck at Stonelands TM, 1.62, Steady, 06:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Burnett R at Mt Lawless TM, 3.67, Steady, 05:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Burnett R at Mt Lawless Alert, 3.66, Falling, 05:28 PM THU 30/03/17
Burnett R at Paradise Dam HW TM, -1.21, Rising, 06:05 PM THU 30/03/17
Burnett R at Paradise Dam Alert, -1.09, Rising, 06:27 PM THU 30/03/17
Burnett R at Walla TM, 7.46, Rising, 05:10 PM THU 30/03/17
Burnett R at Walla Alert, 7.66, Rising, 06:15 PM THU 30/03/17
Burnett R at Walla Weir HW TM, 21.84, Rising, 06:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Burnett R at Walla Weir HW Alert, 22.24, Rising, 06:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Burnett R at Bundaberg Alert, 0.92, Rising, 06:17 PM THU 30/03/17
Burnett R at Port Bundaberg Tide TM, 1.23, Steady, 06:02 PM THU 30/03/17

This advice is also available by dialling 1300 659 219. Warning, rainfall and
river information are available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/flood. The latest weather
forecast is available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/forecasts.

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Flood: Stanley & Brisbane above Wivenhoe Dam

Issued at: 31 Mar 2017, 4:12am (AEST)

IDQ20800
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland

Moderate Flood Warning for the Upper Brisbane River

Issued at 8:33 pm EST on Thursday 30 March 2017
Flood Warning Number: 3

A moderate peak is likely at Woodford on the Stanley River.

Rainfall totals of 30 to 70 mm, been recorded over the last 12 hours across the
upper Brisbane River catchment, with the heaviest falls in the upper Stanley
River. No further significant rain is expected.

Stanley River to Somerset Dam:
Moderate flooding is likely along the Stanley River to Somerset Dam.

The Stanley River at Woodford is currently at 5.68 metres and rising. A
moderate peak is likely in the Stanley River at Woodford overnight Thursday
into Friday.

Brisbane River to Wivenhoe Dam:
The Brisbane RIver at Gregor Creek is no longer expected to reach the minor
flood level.

Flood Safety Advice:
Remember: If it's flooded, forget it. For flood emergency assistance contact
the SES on 132 500. For life threatening emergencies, call Triple Zero (000)
immediately.

Current emergency information is available at www.qld.gov.au/alerts

Next issue:
The next warning will be issued by 10:00 am EST on Friday 31 March 2017.

Latest River Heights:
Stanley R at Peachester Alert, 6.11, Steady, 08:26 PM THU 30/03/17
Stanley R at Woodford-2 Alert, 5.72, Steady, 08:28 PM THU 30/03/17
Kilcoy Ck d/s Mt Kilcoy Weir Alert, 0.7, Steady, 07:15 PM THU 30/03/17
Cooyar Ck at Cooyar Ck Alert, 0.46, Steady, 07:19 PM THU 30/03/17
Brisbane R at Devon Hills Alert, 0.86, Rising, 07:39 PM THU 30/03/17
Emu Ck at Boat Mountain Alert, 0.44, Rising, 08:15 PM THU 30/03/17
Maronghi Ck at Glendale TM, 1.48, Rising, 07:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Brisbane R at Gregor Ck-1 Alert, 1.42, Rising, 08:30 PM THU 30/03/17
Cressbrook Ck at Cressbrook Dam Alert, 274.72, Rising, 08:21 PM THU 30/03/17
Cressbrook Ck at Rosentreters Br Alert, 1.62, Rising, 07:20 PM THU 30/03/17
Stanley R at Somerset Dam HW Alert, 96.00, Steady, 04:16 PM THU 30/03/17
Brisbane R at Wivenhoe Dam Hw-2 Alert, 63.55, Rising, 07:54 PM THU 30/03/17

This advice is also available by dialling 1300 659 219. Warning, rainfall and
river information are available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/flood. The latest weather
forecast is available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/forecasts.

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Flood: Kolan River

Issued at: 31 Mar 2017, 4:12am (AEST)

IDQ20775
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland

Major Flood Warning for the Kolan River and Baffle Creek, and Flood Warning for
the Boyne and Calliope Rivers

Issued at 9:49 pm EST on Thursday 30 March 2017
Flood Warning Number: 8

Major flood levels are continuing on the Kolan River at Bucca Weir. Major flood
levels are likely on Baffle Creek at Essendean Bridge during Friday

Rainfalls have eased since Thursday afternoon. No further heavy falls are
expected..

Kolan River:
Major flood levels continue rising along the Kolan River at Bucca Weir.

The Kolan River at Bucca Weir is currently at 19.56 metres and rising. Major
flood levels are expected to peak at about 19.80 metres at Bucca Weir overnight
Thursday into Friday.

Baffle Creek:
Major flooding is continuing along the Baffle Creek.

The Baffle Creek at Essendean Bridge is currently at 9.17 metres and rising.
The Baffle Creek at Essendean Bridge is expected to reach the major flood level
(12.00 m) Friday afternoon.

Boyne River:
Minor flood levels are rising at Awoonga Dam.

Calliope River:
River levels are easing along the Calliope River and are expected to continue
easing for the remainder of Thursday.

Flood Safety Advice:
Remember: If it's flooded, forget it. For flood emergency assistance contact
the SES on 132 500. For life threatening emergencies, call Triple Zero (000)
immediately.

Current emergency information is available at www.qld.gov.au/alerts

Next issue:
The next warning will be issued by 06:00 am EST on Friday 31 March 2017.

Latest River Heights:
Baffle Ck at Mimdale Alert, 14.55, Rising, 08:45 PM THU 30/03/17
Baffle Ck at Essendean Bridge Alert, 9.17, Rising, 08:29 PM THU 30/03/17
Euleilah Ck at Hills Rd Alert, 4.68, Steady, 08:01 PM THU 30/03/17
Baffle Ck at Barnetts Rd Alert, 2.62, Falling, 09:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Kolan R at Springfield Alert, 7.86, Falling, 08:55 PM THU 30/03/17
Kolan R at Fred Haigh Dam HW Alert, 0.39, Rising, 08:39 PM THU 30/03/17
Gin Gin Ck u/s Gin Gin Alert, 7.89, Steady, 09:02 PM THU 30/03/17
Kolan R at Bucca Weir Alert, 19.56, Rising, 08:52 PM THU 30/03/17
Boyne R at Awoonga Dam Alert, 41.65, Steady, 08:43 PM THU 30/03/17
Boyne R at Benaraby Alert, 3.37, Rising, 09:01 PM THU 30/03/17
Boyne R at Boyne Island Alert, 1.44, Rising, 09:03 PM THU 30/03/17
Gladstone Tide TM, 3.17, Rising, 08:44 PM THU 30/03/17
Calliope R at Castlehope TM, 11.43, Falling, 08:30 PM THU 30/03/17

This advice is also available by dialling 1300 659 219. Warning, rainfall and
river information are available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/flood. The latest weather
forecast is available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/forecasts.

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Flood: Fitzroy River

Issued at: 31 Mar 2017, 4:12am (AEST)

IDQ20765
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland

Moderate to Major Flood Warning for the Connors, Isaac, Mackenzie and Fitzroy
Rivers

Issued at 9:54 pm EST on Thursday 30 March 2017
Flood Warning Number: 18

Heavy rainfall has generally eased across the Fitzroy catchment. The main flood
peak in the Fitzroy system is now in the Yatton area and will move downstream
over the next week.

Dawson River downstream of Theodore:
Moderate flooding is likely along the Dawson River downstream of Theodore.

The Dawson River at Moura is likely to remain below the minor flood level
(6.00m) during Thursday.

The Dawson River at Baralaba is likely to exceed the minor flood level (4.00 m)
during Friday. Moderate flood levels are possible over the weekend.

Don and Dee Rivers:
Moderate flooding is developing in the Don River at Rannes and in Callide Creek
at Goovigen. Most of the locations upstream have peaked and flooding is now
easing.

Connors and Isaac Rivers:
Strong stream rises and near record flooding have been recorded in the Connors
River but there is very limited data available due to station and communication
failures. The Connors River at Pink Lagoon is currently steady near 15.8 metres
which is near the 1991 flood level. Further rises are possible during Thursday.

Major flood levels are occurring downstream on the Isaac River at Yatton but
data from this site is currently unavailable. Major flooding will continue at
Yatton well into next week.

Mackenzie River:
Major flooding is occurring along the Mackenzie River.

The Mackenzie River at Tartrus is currently at 16.20 metres and rising. The
Mackenzie River at Tartrus is likely to reach around 17.00 metres (Major flood
level is 15 metres) Friday afternoon. Further rises to around 18 metres is
possible on the weekend. This is close to the 1991 peak of 18.19 metres.

Fitzroy River:
Minor flooding will continue into the weekend with minor to moderate flooding
expected to develop downstream to Rockhampton.

The Fitzroy River at Yaamba is currently at 11.70 metres and rising. The
Fitzroy River at Yaamba is expected to remain around the minor flood level
(9.00 m) during the next few days. Rises are expected from the weekend, with
moderate flooding expected to develop from Monday.

The Fitzroy River at Rockhampton is expected to remain below the minor flood
level (7.00 m) during the next few days. Rises are expected from the weekend,
with minor to moderate flooding expected to develop during Tuesday and
Wednesday. Peak predictions will be provided for Rockhampton after peaks are
recorded upstream.

Flood Safety Advice:
Remember: If it's flooded, forget it. For flood emergency assistance contact
the SES on 132 500. For life threatening emergencies, call Triple Zero (000)
immediately.

Current emergency information is available at www.qld.gov.au/alerts

Next issue:
The next warning will be issued by 05:00 am EST on Friday 31 March 2017.

Latest River Heights:
Mackenzie R at Bedford Weir TW Alert, 8.03, Rising, 08:52 PM THU 30/03/17
Mackenzie R at Bingegang Weir HW TM, 10.36, Falling, 08:45 PM THU 30/03/17
Mackenzie R at Bingegang Weir HW Alert, 10.38, Rising, 09:09 PM THU 30/03/17
Connors R at Pink Lagoon TM, 15.62, Falling, 08:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Isaac R at Fitzroy Develop. Rd Br TM, 7.88, Falling, 08:40 PM THU 30/03/17
Isaac R at Yatton TM, Not Available
Mackenzie R at Tartrus TM, 16.20, Rising, 08:45 PM THU 30/03/17
Dawson R at Utopia Downs TM, 2.01, Rising, 08:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Dawson R at Tarana Crossing Alert, 0.79, Rising, 08:45 PM THU 30/03/17
Juandah Ck at Windamere TM, 0.67, Steady, 08:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Dawson R at Moura Weir TM, 0.09, Steady, 02:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Mimosa Ck at Karamea Alert, 1.46, Steady, 08:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Dawson R at Baralaba TW TM, 0.81, Steady, 09:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Callide Ck at Callide Dam HW TM, 0.20, Steady, 09:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Kroombit Ck at Kroombit Dam HW TM, 0.46, Steady, 09:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Callide Ck at Goovigen TM, 9.88, Rising, 08:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Don R at Rannes TM, 9.70, Rising, 08:40 PM THU 30/03/17
Dawson R at Knebworth TM, 4.66, Falling, 09:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Fitzroy R at Riverslea TM, 10.41, Rising, 08:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Fitzroy R at Riverslea-2 TM, 14.76, Steady, 08:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Fitzroy R at Yaamba, 11.70, Rising, 06:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Port Alma Tide TM, 3.54, Rising, 08:31 PM THU 30/03/17

This advice is also available by dialling 1300 659 219. Warning, rainfall and
river information are available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/flood. The latest weather
forecast is available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/forecasts.

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Flood: Coomera, Nerang

Issued at: 31 Mar 2017, 4:12am (AEST)

IDQ20820
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland

Initial Minor Flood Warning for the Nerang River

Issued at 10:10 pm EST on Thursday 30 March 2017
Flood Warning Number: 1

Minor flooding is expected on the Nerang River at Clearview overnight Thursday,
with minor flooding expected at Evandale during Friday morning with the high
tide.

Widespread heavy rainfall of between 100 mm and 300 mm have been recorded since
9am Thursday across the Gold Coast Hinterland. Very heavy rainfall up to 416 mm
has been recorded at Upper Springbrook for the same period. The rainfall
associated with ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie is due to clear the South East and
Gold Coast catchments within the next few hours.

Pimpama and Coomera Rivers:
Fast river rises are occurring along the Pimpama River. Major flooding is
rising in the headwaters of the Coomera River.

Nerang River:
Minor flooding is expected along the Nerang River.

Hinze Dam is currently spilling with minor flood levels during Thursday evening.

The Nerang River at Clearview is currently at 5.59 metres and rising. The
Nerang River at Clearview is expected to reach around the minor flood level
(6.00 m) late Thursday evening.

The Nerang River at Evandale is currently at 1.28 metres and rising. The Nerang
River at Evandale may reach near the minor flood level (1.80 m) on the high
tide on Friday morning.

Mudgeeraba Creek:
Stream rises and moderate flooding is occurring in Mudgeeraba Creek.

Tallebudgera and Currumbin Creeks:
Stream rises are occurring along Currumbin Creek, with minor to moderate
flooding in Tallebudgera Creek.

Flood Safety Advice:
Remember: If it's flooded, forget it. For flood emergency assistance contact
the SES on 132 500. For life threatening emergencies, call Triple Zero (000)
immediately.

Current emergency information is available at www.qld.gov.au/alerts

Next issue:
The next warning will be issued by 05:00 am EST on Friday 31 March 2017.

Latest River Heights:
Nerang R at Numinbah Valley Alert, 2.97, Steady, 09:40 PM THU 30/03/17
Lt Nerang Ck at Little Nerang Dam Alert, 3.08, Rising, 09:43 PM THU 30/03/17
Nerang R at Hinze Dam Alert, 4.36, Rising, 09:43 PM THU 30/03/17
Nerang R at Clearview Alert, 5.59, Rising, 09:43 PM THU 30/03/17
Nerang R at Carrara Alert, 2.25, Rising, 09:33 PM THU 30/03/17
Mudgeeraba Ck at Mudgeeraba Alert, 4.72, Rising, 09:44 PM THU 30/03/17
Nerang R at Evandale Alert, 1.28, Rising, 09:41 PM THU 30/03/17
Biggera Ck Dam Alert, 9.72, Rising, 09:40 PM THU 30/03/17
Loder Ck Dam Alert, 9.16, Rising, 09:40 PM THU 30/03/17
Tallebudgera Ck at Dam Alert, 2.75, Rising, 09:40 PM THU 30/03/17
Tallebudgera Ck at Robinson Pk TM, 4.52, Rising, 08:40 PM THU 30/03/17
Coomera R at Canungra Army Alert, 7.85, Rising, 09:43 PM THU 30/03/17
Coomera R at Oxenford Weir Alert, 3.94, Rising, 09:44 PM THU 30/03/17
Coomera R at Coomera Shores Alert, 0.97, Rising, 09:43 PM THU 30/03/17
Pimpama R at Stewarts Rd Alert, 3.42, Rising, 09:15 PM THU 30/03/17
Pimpama R at Kerkin Rd Weir Alert, 0.89, Rising, 09:40 PM THU 30/03/17
Currumbin Ck at Nicolls Br Alert, 3.13, Falling, 09:39 PM THU 30/03/17

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Flood: Burrum River

Issued at: 31 Mar 2017, 4:12am (AEST)

IDQ20785
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland

Minor Flood Warning for the Burrum and Cherwell Rivers Catchments

Issued at 10:22 pm EST on Thursday 30 March 2017
Flood Warning Number: 5

Minor to major flooding is occurring in the Elliott and Gregory Rivers. Minor
flood levels are occuring on the Burrum and Cherwell Rivers.

Rainfall totals up to 100 mm have been recorded in the Burrum and Cherwell
River catchments in the period since noon Thursday. Rainfall in the catchment
areas has now eased and no further significant rainfall is expected.

Burrum and Cherwell Rivers:
Minor flooding is occurring along the Burrum and Cherwell Rivers.

The Burrum River at Howard is currently at 6.21 metres and falling. The Burrum
River at Howard is likely to remain above the minor flood level (6.00 m)
overnight Thursday into Friday.

The Cherwell River at Pacific Haven is currently at 2.68 metres and rising. The
Cherwell River at Pacific Haven has exceeded the minor flood level (2.50 m) and
is likely to peak below the moderate flood level on Thursday night.

Isis, Gregory and Elliott Rivers:
The Elliot River at Dr Mays Crossing is above major the flood level and rising.
The Gregory River at Burrum Highway is above the moderate flood level and
rising. The Isis River at the Bruce Highway is currently below the minor flood
level but rising steadily.

Flood Safety Advice:
Remember: If it's flooded, forget it. For flood emergency assistance contact
the SES on 132 500. For life threatening emergencies, call Triple Zero (000)
immediately.

Current emergency information is available at www.qld.gov.au/alerts

Next issue:
The next warning will be issued by 09:00 am EST on Friday 31 March 2017.

Latest River Heights:
Burrum R at Lenthalls Dam Alert, 26.36, Falling, 10:12 PM THU 30/03/17
Burrum R at Lenthalls Dam TM, 26.36, Rising, 09:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Burrum R at Howard Alert, 6.26, Steady, 09:27 PM THU 30/03/17
Cherwell R at Railway Br Alert, 5.32, Rising, 10:11 PM THU 30/03/17
Cherwell R at Pacific Haven Alert, 2.73, Rising, 09:58 PM THU 30/03/17
Isis R at Bruce Hwy TM, 7.94, Rising, 09:40 PM THU 30/03/17
Gregory R at Childers Rd TM, 9.74, Rising, 09:40 PM THU 30/03/17
Elliott R at Dr Mays Crossing TM, 2.67, Rising, 09:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Urangan Boat Harbour Tide TM, 3.82, Steady, 09:58 PM THU 30/03/17

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river information are available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/flood. The latest weather
forecast is available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/forecasts.

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Gale: Capricornia Coast, Fraser Island Coast, Sunshine Coast Waters and Gold Coast Waters

Issued at: 31 Mar 2017, 4:12am (AEST)

IDQ20085
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Queensland

Updated Marine Wind Warning Summary for Queensland
Issued at 10:25 pm EST on Thursday 30 March 2017
for the period until midnight EST Friday 31 March 2017.

Wind Warnings for Thursday 30 March
Gale Warning for the following areas:
Capricornia Coast, Fraser Island Coast, Sunshine Coast Waters and Gold Coast
Waters
Strong Wind Warning for the following areas:
Hervey Bay and Moreton Bay

Wind Warnings for Friday 31 March
Storm Force Wind Warning for the following area:
Gold Coast Waters
Gale Warning for the following areas:
Fraser Island Coast, Sunshine Coast Waters and Moreton Bay
Strong Wind Warning for the following areas:
Capricornia Coast and Hervey Bay

The next marine wind warning summary will be issued by 4:45 am EST Friday.


Check the latest Coastal Waters Forecast or Local Waters Forecast for
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Strong Wind: Hervey Bay and Moreton Bay

Issued at: 31 Mar 2017, 4:12am (AEST)

IDQ20085
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Queensland

Updated Marine Wind Warning Summary for Queensland
Issued at 10:25 pm EST on Thursday 30 March 2017
for the period until midnight EST Friday 31 March 2017.

Wind Warnings for Thursday 30 March
Gale Warning for the following areas:
Capricornia Coast, Fraser Island Coast, Sunshine Coast Waters and Gold Coast
Waters
Strong Wind Warning for the following areas:
Hervey Bay and Moreton Bay

Wind Warnings for Friday 31 March
Storm Force Wind Warning for the following area:
Gold Coast Waters
Gale Warning for the following areas:
Fraser Island Coast, Sunshine Coast Waters and Moreton Bay
Strong Wind Warning for the following areas:
Capricornia Coast and Hervey Bay

The next marine wind warning summary will be issued by 4:45 am EST Friday.


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Severe Weather: Parts of the Wide Bay and Burnett and Southeast Coast Forecast Districts

Issued at: 31 Mar 2017, 4:12am (AEST)

IDQ20032
Bureau of Meteorology
Queensland Regional Office

TOP PRIORITY FOR IMMEDIATE BROADCAST

SEVERE WEATHER WARNING
for ABNORMALLY HIGH TIDES and DANGEROUS SURF
For people in parts of the
Wide Bay and Burnett and
Southeast Coast Forecast Districts.

Issued at 11:00 pm Thursday, 30 March 2017.

Headline:
Dangerous surf conditions are expected about the Queensland coast south of Sandy
Cape, including within Moreton Bay. Abnormally high tides are expected along the
Gold Coast beaches during Friday.

Synoptic Situation:
At 10pm EST Ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie was located over land near the Gold
Coast. The system is expected to continue moving to the southeast, and is likely
to strengthen off the northern New South Wales coast as it moves away from the
coast during Friday.

An area of gales will exist along and near the coast south of Double Island
Point, though there will be a temporary easing in the early hours of Friday
morning. Gale force southerly winds should then develop along the coast south of
Double Island Point from around sunrise Friday, and winds offshore may reach
storm force intensity.

Impacts:
Dangerous surf conditions are likely to produce significant beach erosion over
coastal parts of southeast Queensland for the rest of Thursday and during
Friday. Abnormally high tides are likely about beachfront areas south of Cape
Moreton on the high tides during Friday.

Locations which may be affected include the Gold Coast, the Sunshine Coast,
Stradbroke Island, Moreton Island and Fraser Island.

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services advises that people should:
* Surf Life Saving Australia recommends that you stay out of the water and
stay well away from surf-exposed areas.
* Check your property regularly for erosion or inundation by sea water, and if
necessary raise goods and electrical items.
* If near the coastline, stay well away from the water's edge.
* Never drive, walk or ride through flood waters. If it's flooded, forget it.
* Keep clear of creeks and storm drains.
* For emergency assistance contact the SES on 132 500.

The next Severe Weather Warning will be issued by 5:00 am AEST Friday.

Warnings are also available through TV and Radio broadcasts, the Bureau's
website at www.bom.gov.au or call 1300 659 219. The Bureau and Queensland Fire
and Emergency Services would appreciate warnings being broadcast regularly.

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Flood: Condamine-Balonne Rivers

Issued at: 31 Mar 2017, 4:12am (AEST)

IDQ20825
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland

Moderate Flood Warning for the Upper Condamine River and Flood Warning for
Bungil Creek

Issued at 11:59 pm EST on Thursday 30 March 2017
Flood Warning Number: 3

Minor to moderate flooding is occurring across the upper Condamine River.

Rainfall totals of 90 to 180 mm have been recorded across the upper Condamine
in the 24 hours to midnight Thursday. Isolated higher totals up to 250 mm have
been recorded higher up the catchment.

Stream levels are easing on Bungil Creek at Roma.

Condamine River to Warwick:
Fast stream and river rises have resulted in major flooding across the
headwaters of the Condamine River above Warwick during Thursday evening.

The Condamine River at Warwick is currently at 3.51 metres and rising. The
Condamine River at Warwick is expected to exceed the minor flood level (5.00 m)
early Friday morning. The river level is likely to exceed the moderate flood
level (6.00 m) Friday morning. At this stage river levels at Warwick are
expected to remain below the major flood level (7.00 m) during Friday.

Condamine River downstream of Warwick to Loudoun Bridge:
Moderate to major flooding is expected along the Condamine River downstream of
Warwick to Loudoun Bridge during Friday and over the weekend.

Major flooding is occurring in Dalrymple Creek at Allora.

The Condamine River at Pratten is currently at 1.44 metres and steady. The
Condamine River at Pratten is likely to exceed the minor flood level (5.50 m)
Friday morning. The river level is likely to exceed the moderate flood level
(6.30 m) Friday afternoon and may reach the major flood level (7.20 m) late
Friday evening.

The Condamine River at Tummaville is currently at 1.57 metres and steady. The
Condamine River at Tummaville is likely to exceed the minor flood level (5.00
m) Friday morning. The river level is likely to exceed the moderate flood level
(8.00 m) Saturday morning and may reach the major flood level (9.00 m) early
Saturday evening.

The Condamine River at Cecil Plains is currently at 5.10 metres and rising. The
Condamine River at Cecil Plains is likely to exceed the minor flood level (6.00
m) during Saturday. The river level is likely to exceed the moderate flood
level (7.00 m) during Sunday.

Bungil Creek:
Creek levels have peaked in the Bungil Creek.

The Bungil Creek at Roma peaked at 5.47 metres around 08:30 pm Thursday 30
March and is currently at 5.42 metres and falling. The Bungil Creek at Roma
will remain below the minor flood level (6.00 m) overnight Thursday into Friday.

Flood Safety Advice:
Remember: If it's flooded, forget it. For flood emergency assistance contact
the SES on 132 500. For life threatening emergencies, call Triple Zero (000)
immediately.

Current emergency information is available at www.qld.gov.au/alerts

Next issue:
The next warning will be issued by 06:00 am EST on Friday 31 March 2017.

Latest River Heights:
Condamine R at The Head Alert, -0.07, Steady, 09:25 PM THU 30/03/17
Spring Ck u/s Killarney TM, 2.78, Rising, 08:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Condamine R at Killarney Alert, 5.85, Falling, 11:13 PM THU 30/03/17
Condamine R at Elbow Valley TM, 1.73, Rising, 10:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Condamine R at Elbow Valley Alert, 2.01, Rising, 11:12 PM THU 30/03/17
Condamine R at Murrays Br Alert, 6.35, Rising, 11:12 PM THU 30/03/17
Rosenthal Ck at Connolly Dam Alert, -0.12, Rising, 10:55 PM THU 30/03/17
Condamine R at Warwick Alert, 3.51, Rising, 11:11 PM THU 30/03/17
Sandy Ck at Leslie Dam HW TM, -11.07, Rising, 11:05 PM THU 30/03/17
Glengallan Ck near Backwater Ck Alert, 4.45, Falling, 11:14 PM THU 30/03/17
Condamine R at Pratten Alert, 1.37, Falling, 11:06 PM THU 30/03/17
Dalrymple Ck at Allora TM, 6.07, Rising, 10:40 PM THU 30/03/17
Condamine R at Millbrook Alert, 2.04, Rising, 11:13 PM THU 30/03/17
Condamine R at Tummaville TM, 1.57, Steady, 10:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Condamine R at Centenary Bridge TM, 2.14, Rising, 11:06 PM THU 30/03/17
Condamine R at Cecil Plains TM, 5.10, Rising, 10:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Gowrie Ck at Oakey TM, 2.65, Falling, 10:40 PM THU 30/03/17
Oakey Ck at Fairview TM, 0.58, Steady, 10:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Condamine R at Loudoun Br Alert, 2.21, Rising, 10:57 PM THU 30/03/17
Condamine R at Loudoun Br TM, 2.09, Rising, 10:00 PM THU 30/03/17
N Myall Ck at Moffatt Alert, 1.05, Steady, 10:32 PM THU 30/03/17
Myall Ck at Dalby Alert, 0.76, Steady, 11:01 PM THU 30/03/17
Jandowae Creek at Jandowae Alert, 0.90, Rising, 06:26 PM THU 30/03/17
Cooranga Ck at Warra Alert, 1.65, Steady, 10:41 PM THU 30/03/17
Condamine R at Brigalow Br TM, 3.09, Rising, 10:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Condamine R at Chinchilla Weir TW TM, 0.94, Steady, 10:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Charleys Ck at Burncluith Bridge Alert, -0.12, Steady, 10:25 PM THU 30/03/17
Charleys Creek at Chinchilla Alert, 2.57, Steady, 08:35 PM THU 30/03/17
Condamine R at Condamine Township Alert, 0.45, Steady, 10:14 PM THU 30/03/17
Condamine R at Cotswold TM, 5.03, Rising, 10:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Dogwood Ck at Miles Alert, Not Available
Bungil Ck at Tabers TM, 1.70, Falling, 08:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Bungil Ck at Tindarra TM, 2.40, Falling, 10:23 PM THU 30/03/17
Bungil Ck at Roma TM, 5.45, Steady, 10:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Balonne R at Weribone TM, 2.59, Rising, 08:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Balonne R at Warroo TM, 5.16, Steady, 11:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Maranoa R at Forest Vale TM, -0.48, Steady, 09:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Maranoa R at Old Cashmere TM, 0.21, Steady, 08:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Balonne R at Beardmore Dam TM, -2.63, Steady, 11:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Balonne R at Jack Taylor Weir TM, -0.40, Steady, 11:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Culgoa R at Whyenbah TM, 2.51, Steady, 10:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Culgoa R at Woolerbilla TM, 0.52, Steady, 04:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Narran R at Dirranbandi-Hebel Rd TM, 0.91, Steady, 10:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Bokhara R at Hebel TM, 0.71, Steady, 10:00 PM THU 30/03/17

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Flood: Mary River

Issued at: 31 Mar 2017, 4:12am (AEST)

IDQ20790
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland

Initial Minor Flood Warning for the Mary River

Issued at 12:35 am EST on Friday 31 March 2017
Flood Warning Number: 1

Minor flooding is occuring along the upper Mary River during Friday morning.
Minor flood levels are expected at Gympie.

Catchment area totals between 100-230mm have been observed in the 48 hours to
midnight Thursday, with isolated higher totals up to 285mm recorded at Maleny.
The rainfall associated with ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie has cleared the Mary
catchment.

Mary River to Gympie:
Minor flooding is occurring along the Mary River to Gympie.

The Mary River at Moy Pocket is currently at 8.80 metres and rising. The Mary
River at Moy Pocket is expected to remain below the minor flood level (11.70 m)
early Friday morning.

The Mary River at Dagun Pocket is currently at 8.10 metres and rising with
minor flooding. The Mary River at Dagun Pocket is expected to remain below the
moderate flood level (13.00 m) Friday evening.

No observations are available for the Mary River at Gympie. The Mary River at
Gympie is expected to exceed the minor flood level (6.00 m) early Friday
morning. The river level is expected to remain below the moderate flood level
(12.00 m) overnight Friday into Saturday.

Six Mile Creek:
Minor to moderate flooding is occurring in Six Mile Creek. River levels are
currently peaking.

Mary River downstream of Gympie:
Strong rises occurred during Thursday evening in Wide Bay Creek at Kilkivan and
Munna Creek at Marodian.

The Mary River at Miva is currently at 6.99 metres and rising. The Mary River
at Miva will exceed the minor flood level (7.50 m) in the next few hours.

The Mary River at Tiaro is currently at 5.70 metres and rising. The Mary River
at Tiaro will exceed the minor flood level (6.00 m) in the next few hours.

The river level at Portside at Maryborough is currently at 4.0 m with the high
tide. The Mary River at Maryborough is expected to remain below the minor flood
level (5.00 m) during Sunday.

Tinana Creek:
Rises are occurring along Tinana Creek.

Flood Safety Advice:
Remember: If it's flooded, forget it. For flood emergency assistance contact
the SES on 132 500. For life threatening emergencies, call Triple Zero (000)
immediately.

Current emergency information is available at www.qld.gov.au/alerts

Next issue:
The next warning will be issued by 10:00 am EST on Friday 31 March 2017.

Latest River Heights:
Obi Obi Ck at Baroon Pocket Dam Alert, -7.80, Rising, 12:25 AM FRI 31/03/17
Mary R at Kenilworth H/S Alert, 4.88, Falling, 12:26 AM FRI 31/03/17
Mary R at Moy Pocket Alert, 9.00, Rising, 12:22 AM FRI 31/03/17
Yabba Ck at Borumba Dam HW Alert, -2.73, Rising, 11:58 PM THU 30/03/17
Yabba Ck at Imbil Alert, 2.09, Steady, 11:10 PM THU 30/03/17
Mary R at Dagun Pocket Alert, 8.24, Rising, 12:27 AM FRI 31/03/17
Six Mile Ck at Lake MacDonald Dam Alert, 95.77, Steady, 12:19 AM FRI 31/03/17
Six Mile Ck at Cooran Alert, 9.07, Falling, 12:20 AM FRI 31/03/17
Deep Ck at Cedar Pocket Dam HW Alert, 101.60, Steady, 12:10 AM FRI 31/03/17
Wide Bay Ck at Brooyar TM, 5.83, Falling, 11:30 PM THU 30/03/17
Mary R at Miva TM, 6.99, Rising, 11:40 PM THU 30/03/17
Munna Ck at Marodian TM, 7.50, Steady, 11:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Mary R at Home Park, 6.28, Rising, 11:40 PM THU 30/03/17
Mary R at Tiaro Alert, 5.80, Rising, 12:19 AM FRI 31/03/17
Mary R at The Barrage TM, 4.62, Steady, 12:00 AM FRI 31/03/17
Tinana Ck at Tagigan Rd, 3.49, Rising, 11:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Tinana Ck at Bauple East TM, 4.72, Rising, 11:00 PM THU 30/03/17
Tinana Ck at Teddington Weir TM, 9.53, Steady, 12:00 AM FRI 31/03/17
Tinana Ck at Tinana Barrage TM, 3.41, Steady, 12:00 AM FRI 31/03/17
Mary R at Portside Alert, 4.05, Rising, 12:09 AM FRI 31/03/17

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river information are available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/flood. The latest weather
forecast is available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/forecasts.

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Severe Weather: Parts of the Southeast Coast Forecast District

Issued at: 31 Mar 2017, 4:12am (AEST)

IDQ20033
Bureau of Meteorology
Queensland Regional Office

TOP PRIORITY FOR IMMEDIATE BROADCAST

SEVERE WEATHER WARNING
for DESTRUCTIVE WINDS
For people in parts of the
Southeast Coast Forecast District.

Issued at 1:12 am Friday, 31 March 2017.

Headline:

Destructive wind gusts are possible in the warning area for this morning,
particularly about the exposed coast. Heavy rainfall has now eased in
Queensland.

Synoptic Situation:

At 12 am EST the centre of Ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie was located near the Gold
Coast. The system is expected to continue moving southeastwards and into the
northern Tasman Sea.

Impacts:

Damaging wind gusts, with peak gusts of around 90 km/h are expected in the
warning area. Destructive wind gusts, in excess of 125 km/h, are possible about
the coastal fringe and islands of the Southeast Coast district during this
morning. Locations that may be affected include Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, Gold
Coast, Gold Coast Hinterland, and the Scenic Rim.

Heavy rainfall has now eased in Queensland, so the Severe Weather Warning for
Heavy Rain is now CANCELLED. However, major river flooding over a broad area is
ongoing and numerous FLOOD WARNINGS are current. A Flood Watch is also current
for coastal catchments between Hervey Bay and the New South Wales border,
extending inland to parts of the Maranoa and Warrego, and Darling Downs and
Granite Belt forecast districts.

A separate Severe Weather Warning is current for dangerous surf conditions and
abnormally high tides about parts of the southern coast south of Sandy Cape.

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services advises that people should:
* Move your car under cover or away from trees.
* Secure loose outdoor items.
* Seek shelter, preferably indoors and never under trees.
* Beware of fallen trees and powerlines.
* For emergency assistance contact the SES on 132 500.

The next Severe Weather Warning will be issued by 5:00 am AEST Friday.

Warnings are also available through TV and Radio broadcasts, the Bureau's
website at www.bom.gov.au or call 1300 659 219. The Bureau and Queensland Fire
and Emergency Services would appreciate warnings being broadcast regularly.

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Flood: Lockyer, Bremer, Warrill & Brisbane below Wivenhoe

Issued at: 31 Mar 2017, 4:12am (AEST)

IDQ20805
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland

Media: Transmitters serving the Lower Brisbane River catchment are REQUESTED TO
USE THE STANDARD EMERGENCY WARNING SIGNAL BEFORE BROADCASTING THIS MESSAGE.

PRIORITY: The Bureau and Emergency Services would appreciate this message being
broadcast regularly.

Major Flood Warning for the Bremer River and Lockyer, Laidley and Warrill
Creeks and Minor Flood Warning for the Brisbane River

Issued at 2:10 am EST on Friday 31 March 2017
Flood Warning Number: 6

Major flood levels are currently occurring on the tributaries of the lower
Brisbane River, including the Bremer River and Lockyer, Laidley and Warrill
Creeks.

Major flood levels may reach 8.12 metres at Amberley, similar to the 2011 flood
in this area.

Major flood levels may reach 8.95 metres at Laidley, similar to the 2013 flood
in this area.

The Brisbane River at Brisbane City may reach the minor flood level (1.70 m)
overnight Friday into Saturday on the high tide.

Widespread heavy rainfall over 100-150 mm have been recorded since 9am Thursday
across the warning area. Rainfall has now cleared the area.

Lockyer and Laidley Creeks:
Major flood levels are occurring at Showground Weir on Laidley Creek. Minor to
moderate flood levels are still being recorded in the Lockyer and Laidley Creek
catchments.

The Lockyer Creek at Gatton may reach the minor flood level (7.00 m) Friday
morning.

There is currently no data available at Laidley. The Laidley Creek at Laidley
is expected to exceed the major flood level (7.00 m) during Friday morning
evening. Major flood levels around 8.95 metres are possible in Laidley, which
is similar to the 2013 flood levels. Major flood levels are expected to begin
easing late Friday morning.

Bremer River and Warrill Creek:
River level rises above minor flood levels are occurring on the Bremer River
and Warrill Creek during Thursday evening, with further rises to moderate and
major flood levels possible.

The Bremer River at Rosewood is currently at 6.62 metres and steady. The Bremer
River at Rosewood is expected to remain around 6.62 metres during early Friday
morning. The river level is expected to fall below the major flood level (6.00
m) late Friday morning.

The Bremer River at Five Mile Bridge is currently at 7.42 metres and rising.
The Bremer River at Five Mile Bridge is likely to peak near 7.80 metres Friday
morning.

The Bremer River at Walloon is currently at 7.94 metres and rising. The Bremer
River at Walloon will exceed the major flood level (8.50 m) Friday morning. The
river level is likely to peak near 9.00 metres late Friday morning.

The Bremer River at Ipswich is currently at 8.05 metres and rising. The Bremer
River at Ipswich is likely to exceed the major flood level (11.70 m) Friday
morning.

River level data at Kalbar is currently unavailable. The Warrill Creek at
Kalbar is likely to be currently above the major flood level (9.00 m).

The Warrill Creek at Harrisville is currently at 5.82 metres and rising. The
Warrill Creek at Harrisville is likely to peak near 6.00 metres early Friday
morning.

The Warrill Creek at Amberley is currently at 7.46 metres and rising. The
Warrill Creek at Amberley may reach around 8.12 metres early Friday morning.
This is similar to the 2011 flood level in Amberley.

Brisbane River downstream of Wivenhoe Dam:
Minor flooding may occur along the Brisbane River in Brisbane City.

The Brisbane River at Brisbane City may reach the minor flood level (1.70 m)
overnight Friday into Saturday on the high tide.

Flood Safety Advice:
Remember: If it's flooded, forget it. For flood emergency assistance contact
the SES on 132 500. For life threatening emergencies, call Triple Zero (000)
immediately.

Current emergency information is available at www.qld.gov.au/alerts

Next issue:
The next warning will be issued by 05:30 am EST on Friday 31 March 2017.

Latest River Heights:
Lockyer Ck at Helidon Alert, 2.14, Falling, 01:57 AM FRI 31/03/17
Tenthill Ck at Tenthill Alert, 4.47, Falling, 01:59 AM FRI 31/03/17
Lockyer Ck at Gatton Alert, 6.40, Rising, 02:01 AM FRI 31/03/17
Laidley Ck at Mulgowie Alert, 5.91, Falling, 02:01 AM FRI 31/03/17
Laidley Ck at Showground Weir Alert, 9.26, Rising, 02:02 AM FRI 31/03/17
Laidley Ck at Warrego Hwy Alert, 4.44, Rising, 01:59 AM FRI 31/03/17
Lockyer Ck at Glenore Grove Alert, 2.02, Steady, 12:29 AM FRI 31/03/17
Lockyer Ck at Lyons Br Alert, 4.54, Rising, 01:59 AM FRI 31/03/17
Lockyer Ck at O'Reillys Weir Alert, 8.34, Rising, 02:00 AM FRI 31/03/17
Brisbane R at Savages Crossing Alert, 4.08, Falling, 01:59 AM FRI 31/03/17
Brisbane R at Kholo Br Alert, 3.86, Rising, 02:01 AM FRI 31/03/17
Brisbane R at Mt Crosby Alert, 8.44, Steady, 01:56 AM FRI 31/03/17
Brisbane R at Colleges Crossing Alert, 2.97, Rising, 02:01 AM FRI 31/03/17
Western Ck at Grandchester Alert, 1.95, Falling, 01:59 AM FRI 31/03/17
Bremer R at Rosewood Alert-2, 6.62, Steady, 01:29 AM FRI 31/03/17
Bremer R at Rosewood Alert, 2.88, Rising, 05:20 PM THU 30/03/17
Bremer R at Five Mile Br Alert, 7.60, Rising, 01:59 AM FRI 31/03/17
Bremer R at Walloon Alert, 8.16, Rising, 02:01 AM FRI 31/03/17
Warrill Ck at Kalbar Weir HW Alert, 79.37, Steady, 02:01 AM FRI 31/03/17
Warrill Ck at Kalbar, 8.00, Rising, 05:45 PM THU 30/03/17
Warrill Ck at Harrisville-1 Alert, 5.82, Rising, 11:36 PM THU 30/03/17
Warrill Ck at Harrisville-2 Alert, 5.86, Rising, 11:39 PM THU 30/03/17
Warrill Ck at Greens Rd Amberley Alert, 7.56, Steady, 02:01 AM FRI 31/03/17
Bremer R at Ipswich Alert, 8.35, Rising, 02:02 AM FRI 31/03/17
Brisbane R at Moggill-1 Alert, 2.60, Rising, 01:48 AM FRI 31/03/17
Brisbane R at Moggill-2 Alert, 2.62, Rising, 01:45 AM FRI 31/03/17
Brisbane R at St Lucia Alert, 1.49, Falling, 01:45 AM FRI 31/03/17
Brisbane R at City Gauge Alert, 1.00, Falling, 02:02 AM FRI 31/03/17
Brisbane R at Port Office Alert, 0.98, Falling, 02:01 AM FRI 31/03/17

This advice is also available by dialling 1300 659 219. Warning, rainfall and
river information are available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/flood. The latest weather
forecast is available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/forecasts.

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Flood: Logan-Albert

Issued at: 31 Mar 2017, 4:12am (AEST)

IDQ20815
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland

Media: Transmitters serving the Logan and Albert Rivers are REQUESTED TO USE
THE STANDARD EMERGENCY WARNING SIGNAL BEFORE BROADCASTING THIS MESSAGE.

PRIORITY: The Bureau and Emergency Services would appreciate this message being
broadcast regularly.

Major Flood Warning for the Logan and Albert Rivers

Issued at 2:41 am EST on Friday 31 March 2017
Flood Warning Number: 6

Widespread areas of significant major flooding are occurring in the Logan and
Albert River catchments.

Record major flood levels are occurring at Beaudesert along the Logan River on
Friday morning.

Widespread rainfall totals of 100-230 mm were recorded overnight across the
Logan and Albert River catchments, with isolated higher totals of up to 280 mm.

The rainfall associated with ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie has mostly cleared from
the South East and Logan-Albert catchments.

Logan River to Yarrahappini:
Moderate to major flood levels remain high or have commenced to slowly ease
during Friday morning across the Logan River to Yarrahappini.

The Logan River at Beaudesert is currently at 13.91 metres and steady at major.
This level equivalent to the record flood level in 1991. The Logan River at
Beaudesert is likely to remain at current major flood levels until late Friday
afternoon, and then commence to slowly ease.

Logan River downstream of Yarrahappini:
Significant major flooding is occurring along the Logan River downstream of
Yarrahappini.

The Logan River at Maclean Bridge is currently at 15.96 metres and rising just
below the major flood level. The Logan River at Maclean Bridge will exceed the
major flood level (16.00 m) in the next few hours. The river level is likely to
peak near 19.50 metres early Friday evening..

The Logan River at Waterford is currently at 5.70 metres and rising. The Logan
River at Waterford is expected to exceed the minor flood level (6.00 m) in the
next few hours. The river level is likely to exceed the moderate flood level
(7.50 m) early Friday afternoon and may exceed the major flood level (9.00 m)
late Friday evening.

No data is available for the Logan River at Eagleby, but stream rises and minor
flood levels are expected to be occurring. The Logan River at Eagleby is likely
to exceed the moderate flood level (4.00 m) Friday morning. The river level is
likely to reach the major flood level (5.00 m) late Friday evening.

Albert River:
Major flooding remains at high levels and near peaks across parts of the Albert
River. Further major flooding will develop downstream along the lower reaches
of the Albert River during Friday morning.

The Albert River at Wolffdene is currently at 9.85 metres and rising with
moderate flooding. The Albert River at Wolffdene is expected to exceed the
major flood level (10.00 m) early Friday morning. The river level is likely to
reach between 11.00 and 12.00 metres late Friday morning.

The Albert River at Beenleigh is currently at 4.27 metres and rising. The
Albert River at Beenleigh is expected to exceed the moderate flood level (4.50
m) early Friday morning. The river level is expected to exceed the major flood
level (5.50 m) Friday morning and is likely to reach between 6.00 and 7.00
metres early Friday afternoon.

Flood Safety Advice:
Remember: If it's flooded, forget it. For flood emergency assistance contact
the SES on 132 500. For life threatening emergencies, call Triple Zero (000)
immediately.

Current emergency information is available at www.qld.gov.au/alerts

Next issue:
The next warning will be issued by 06:00 am EST on Friday 31 March 2017.

Latest River Heights:
Albert R at Lumeah Alert, 9.56, Falling, 01:32 AM FRI 31/03/17
Albert R at Bromfleet Alert, 17.41, Rising, 01:20 AM FRI 31/03/17
Albert R at Wolffdene Alert, 9.85, Rising, 01:31 AM FRI 31/03/17
Albert R at Beenleigh Alert, 4.27, Rising, 01:30 AM FRI 31/03/17
Burnett Ck at Maroon Dam Alert, 2.26, Rising, 01:32 AM FRI 31/03/17
Logan R at Forest Home TM, 4.41, Falling, 12:20 AM FRI 31/03/17
Logan R at Rathdowney Alert, 13.06, Falling, 01:28 AM FRI 31/03/17
Logan R at Round Mountain Alert, 16.66, Rising, 01:13 AM FRI 31/03/17
Logan R at Beaudesert Alert, 13.91, Steady, 01:31 AM FRI 31/03/17
Teviot Bk at Boonah Alert, 7.60, Steady, 11:28 PM THU 30/03/17
Teviot Bk at Wyaralong Dam Alert, 64.82, Rising, 01:19 AM FRI 31/03/17
Logan R at Yarrahappini Alert, 16.71, Steady, 01:32 AM FRI 31/03/17
Logan R at Maclean Br Alert, 15.96, Rising, 01:29 AM FRI 31/03/17
Logan R at Logan Village Alert, 10.26, Rising, 01:32 AM FRI 31/03/17
Logan R at Waterford Alert, 5.70, Rising, 01:25 AM FRI 31/03/17
Slacks Ck at Loganlea Rd Alert, 5.00, Steady, 01:32 AM FRI 31/03/17
Logan R at Eagleby, Not Available

This advice is also available by dialling 1300 659 219. Warning, rainfall and
river information are available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/flood. The latest weather
forecast is available at www.bom.gov.au/qld/forecasts.

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