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The region's closed roads

THE following Gympie region’s roads are closed, as at 3pm yesterday:

Amamoor Creek Road; Anderleigh Road; Bauple Woolooga Road; Brisbane Road; Brooweena – Woolooga Rd; Bruce Highway North at Golf links; Bruce Hwy at Gympie; Bruce Hwy at Inglewood Bridge; Bruce Hwy at Kybong; Burnett Hwy North; Burnett Hwy South – Barambah Creek; Cooloola Coast Road; East Deep Creek Road; Goomeri West Rd; Gympie Brooloo Road – Normanby Bridge; Gympie Brooloo Road –Mary Valley Road; Gympie Woolooga Road – Eel Creek Bridge; Gympie Woolooga Road – Kidd Bridge; Kandanga Creek Road; Kandanga Imbil Road – Imbil Town Bridge; Kenilworth Skyring Creek Road – Chinamen Creek bridge; Kilkivan Tansey Road; Kinbombi Rd; Miva Road – Gunalda; Moy Pocket – Pickerings Bridge; Mudlo Rd; Murgon Kilcoy Road; Neerdie Road Closed – alternative route Arbour Ten and Wards Road; Noosa Road; Oakey Crk Rd – Cinnanbar; Old Goomboorian Road; Old Imbil Road – Gympie; PEI Rd; Phillips Rd – Lower Wonga; Power Road; Randwick Road; Running Creek Rd – Kilkivan; Sexton Rd; Sorenson Road; Tin Can Bay Road – Moody Creek; Tin Can Bay Road –Pengellys Bridge; Traveston Crossing Road; Two Mile Rd – Booubyjan; Walker Road – Walkers Bridge; Wide Bay Hwy – Schollicks Culvert; Wide Bay Hwy – Bells Bridge; Wide Bay Hwy at Sexton; Widgee Crossing Road; Wolvi Kin Kin Road; Yabba Creek Road.

There may be many additional roads flooded which could have caused damage to the surface.

Weather conditions may alter water heights suddenly and motorists should not drive into any flooded waterways.

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