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Dozens of roads closed across Gympie region

Kidd bridge flooded Photo Renee Pilcher / The Gympie Times
Kidd bridge flooded Photo Renee Pilcher / The Gympie Times Renee Pilcher

GYMPIE Regional Council advises the following roads, as at 8am Tuesday, February 26, are known to be flooded, impassable or have flood damage.

Please be aware that there may be many additional roads that are flooded or partially flooded and could have possible damage to the running surface due to the current weather conditions.

For the very latest updates, check back at this link

 

Bauple Woolooga Rd Wide Bay Creek Closed 6.30am 26/02/13
Bruce Highway (South) Cobb's Gully Closed 11.00pm 25/02/13
Bruce Highway (South) Inglewood Hill - at Deep Creek near Normanby Bridge Closed 10.00pm 29/01/13
Bruce Highway (South) Jackass Creek Closed 11.00pm 25/02/13
Bruce Highway (South) Kybong Creek Closed 11.00pm 25/02/13
Bruce Highway (South) Old Imbil Road Closed 11.00pm 25/02/13
Bruce Highway (South) Traveston Crossing Closed 11.00pm 25/02/13
Burnett Highway (North) Boonara Creek (Rockemer Bridge) Closed 9.30pm 01/02/13
Burnett Highway (North) Chippendale Creek Closed 2.30pm 25/02/13
Burnett Highway (South) Barambah Creek Closed 4.30am 26/02/13
Exhibition Road Kidd Bridge Closed 9.30pm 25/02/13
Kilkivan Tansey Road Wide Bay Creek Closed 4.00pm 25/02/13
Tin Can Bay Road Coondoo Bridge Closed 6.30pm 25/02/13
Tin Can Bay Road Goomboorian Closed 1.00pm 25/02/13
Tin Can Bay Road Moody Creek Closed 3.00pm 25/02/13
Tin Can Bay Road Ross Creek #2 & #3 Closed 1.00pm 25/02/13
Wide Bay Highway Bells Bridge Closed 11.00pm 25/02/13


List of minor roads in the region
Road Name (A-Z) Closure Point Status Time updated
Amamoor Creek Road Crossings Closed 6.00am 26/02/13
Brisbane Road One Mile School Closed 11.30pm 25/02/13
Cedar Pocket Road Greens Creek Bridge Open 7.15am 26/02/13
East Deep Creek Road Near Nolan's Meatworks Closed 12.00pm 25/02/13
Fishermans Pocket Road Near Dobbo's Road Closed 3.30pm 25/02/13
Gympie Woolooga Road Eel Creek Bridge Closed 8.00am 26/02/13
Gympie Woolooga Road Widgee Closed 3.15pm 25/02/13
Kandanga Imbil Road Imbil Town Bridgee Closed 7.30pm 25/02/13
Kenilworth-Skyring Creek Chinamans Creek Bridge Closed 7.00pm 25/02/13
Kenilworth-Skyring Creek Happy Jack Creek Closed 7.00pm 25/02/13
Moy Pocket Road Mary Valley Road Closed 2.00pm 25/02/13
Moy Pocket Road Pickering's Bridge Closed 3.00pm 25/02/13
Mudlo Road McTaggart Bridge Closed 4.30pm 25/02/13
Noosa Rd Near Speedway Closed 1.45pm 25/02/13
Old Goomboorian Rd About 200 metres in from Gympie Connection Road Closed 2.45pm 25/02/13
Old Imbil Rd Bruce Hwy Closed 10.00pm 25/02/13
Power Rd Rocklea Drive to Woolgar Rd Closed 10.00pm 25/02/13
Pritchard Road Smerdon Rd Closed 1.45pm 25/02/13
Randwick Road Tin Can Bay end Closed 1.20pm 25/02/13
iver Road Albert Park Underpass Closed 10.00pm 25/02/13
Running Creek Road Wide Bay Creek Closed 2.30pm 25/02/13
Sandy Creek Road Borcherts Bridge Closed 2.30pm 25/02/13
Sorensen Road Roundabout Closed 10.00pm 25/02/13
Tagigan Road Between Stephan Road and Tin Can Bay Road Closed 3.00pm 20/02/13
Tandur Road Kybong Closed 1.00pm 25/02/13
Traveston Crossing Road Traveston Crossing Bridge Closed 5.45pm 25/02/13
Tuchekoi Road Coonagibber Creek Closed 3.30pm 25/02/13
Waldock Road Heilbronn Road Closed 12.00pm 25/02/13
Walkers Road Walkers Bridge Closed 2.30pm 25/02/13
Widgee Crossing Road Gympie Creek Closed 3.30pm 25/02/13
Yabba Creek Rd Crossings Closed 3.15pm 25/02/13

 

This information is provided as a courtesy, weather conditions may alter water heights suddenly between updates.

  • Road conditions across the Region may deteriorate and motorists and residents need to be prepared for emergencies and stay vigilant.
  • Minimise travel wherever possible, be prepared in your own home and be aware of what is happening around you.
  • In the event of emergency or life threatening situations - call 000
  • If you require assistance during a flood please contact the SES Emergency line on 132 500.
  • Residents who wish to report unsafe road conditions are asked to phone Council on 1300 307 800.

Gympie Times

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