The cleanup begins in the Moreton Bay Region

Now the big clean up begins with many thousands of jobs being handles by the Queensland State Emergency Services who do an invaluable job in getting Queenslanders back on their feet by clearing debris, trees and damage to homes with tarpaulins among the many tasks they do

As always if you need assistance call 132500.

While the Big wet may be over many roads are still closed and it will take time for them to be declared open again.

Our summary continues below.

** If its Flooded Forget it **
** most roads have now reopened and power has been mostly restored with some exceptions
** Morayfield Road through the Caboolture River bridge is open
** Seqwater advises low flow operational releases from Somerset Dam into Wivenhoe Dam have ceased.
** 101.5 FM will have complete coverage on-line and on-air continuously to keep you informed and entertained

Click any of the following to quickly navigate what you want to know fast:
Explanatory Notes, Latest Weather Warnings, The Projected Heavy rain map, Predicted Flood Watch area, Tides and flooding, Windy TV Feed (Interactive), Roads and Highways, Transport Queensland Rail, Power Supplies, Home preparation and supplies, Emergency information, Emergency contact, Moreton Bay Regional Council Information, School closures, Useful Links, Explanatory Notes

Australian Red Cross Society —1800 811 700

The Salvation Army — 13 SALVOS (13 72 58)

St Vincent de Paul Society of Queensland — 3010 1002

UnitingCare Community — 1800 001 953 


In case you become separated from loved ones during an emergency, Red Cross manages Register.Find.Reunite, a national registration and enquiry service. When the service is activated, people can register at or in person at an evacuation or relief centre. You can also use the website if you are unable to contact a loved one who may have been affected. People can also contact the police on their non-emergency number, 131 444.

Note this page will be updated frequently this week so please bookmark and refresh for the latest details as we have them

Moreton Bays Home of Emergency Services 101.5 FM will continue to update this story until conclusion of loss of power resolved and roads reopened

Latest Weather Warnings


Wind Warnings

Wind Warnings for Tuesday 4 April

Strong Wind Warning for the following areas:
Townsville Coast, Mackay Coast, Capricornia Coast, Hervey Bay, Fraser Island Coast, Sunshine Coast Waters, Moreton Bay and Gold Coast Waters

Cancellation for the following area:
Cairns Coast

Wind Warnings for Wednesday 5 April

Strong Wind Warning for the following areas:
Mackay Coast, Capricornia Coast, Fraser Island Coast and Sunshine Coast Waters

The Projected Heavy rain map


Predicted Flood Watch area



Tides at Beachmere are expected to peak on Monday and gradually ease in height.

High Tides:

Monday 2:23 am (2.30m), 2:50 pm (1.74m);

Tuesday  3:32 am (2.23m), 4:14 pm (1.70m);

Wednesday 4:49 am (2.22m), 5:35 pm (1.77m);

Thursday 6:00 am (2.25m), 6:42 pm (1.90m);

Friday 7:00 am (2.30m), 7:32 pm (2.03m);



Windy TV Feed (Interactive)


Roads and Highways

Rule ONE If it’s flooded, forget it

Rule TWO ... go back to Rule ONE, if there is no need to travel then stay home the last thing we need is tying up
the emergency services rescuing you when something more urgent is requiring their resources.

0 road currently closed

Transport Queensland Rail

Normal for remainder of the week

Power Supplies

Moreton Bay Regional 0

Should you lose power or experiencing power supply issues then call 136262

Home preparation and supplies


Emergency information

Queensland Rail

Queensland Police Service

Emergency contact

For storm and flood assistance contact the SES on 132 500 and in a life threatening emergency call Triple Zero.

Moreton Bay Regional Council Information


School closures

All schools from Agnes Water to NSW Border and out west to Nanango

Explanatory Notes




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