Prepare for minor coastal flooding

Published 7:54am 12 January 2024

Prepare for minor coastal flooding
Words by Moreton Daily
Image: Flooding at Scarborough this morning. By Graham Davis.


Moreton Bay City Council is warning residents in low lying areas adjacent to coastal areas to be prepared for minor flooding in the coming days.

Flooding is possible during high tides today through to Tuesday.

Peaks expected each day during this period are:

  • Friday, January 12 – 10.18am at 2.69m
  • Saturday, January 13- 11.03am at 2.72m
  • Sunday, January 14 – 11.48am at 2.70m
  • Monday, January 15 – 12.32pm at 2.61m
  • Tuesday, January 16 – 1.16pm at 2.47m

Residents are urged to be alert and to monitor local tide conditions by reviewing local tide or storm data via Queensland Governments website https://www.qld.gov.au/environment/coasts-waterways/beach

They can also visit council’s Disaster Dashboard to stay informed https://disaster.moretonbay.qld.gov.au/

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