Big wet: Roads still flooded in Moreton Bay

Published 5:55am 31 January 2024

Big wet: Roads still flooded in Moreton Bay
Words by Kylie Knight
Caption: Flooding at Caboolture's Centenary Lakes yesterday.

Dozens of roads remain closed due to flooding across the City of Moreton Bay, as residents brace for the big clean-up.

Yesterday’s torrential rain caused widespread flash flooding and significant damage to homes, community infrastructure and roads. The full extent of which will likely take days to assess.

The worst affected areas included Bray Park, Caboolture, Morayfield and Samford.

Moreton Bay City Council opened evacuation centres yesterday afternoon for residents who had nowhere else to go.

Queensland police deployed additional officers to the city last night to patrol suburbs where looting was a considered a risk.

A flood watch remains in place for coastal communities from Caboolture to Gladstone.

Residents are being urged to stay out of floodwater and to not drive on flooded roads.

Electricity supply is still out to some customers in Morayfield.

For more information, head to council’s disaster dashboard.

TMR road closures

As at 2.30pm.

SuburbStreetIncidentImpactAdviceLast Update
Caboolture - Moreton Bay RegionalBeachmere RoadFloodingClosures - Road closed to all trafficDo not drive in flood waters31/01/2024 1:22 pm
Beachmere - Moreton Bay RegionalBeachmere RoadRoadworksLanes affected - Lane or lanes reducedChanged traffic conditions29/01/2024 5:38 am
Beerburrum / Caboolture / Elimbah - Moreton Bay RegionalBribie Island Road / Bruce Highway / Bruce Highway On Ramp / Tiffany Court (Bruce Highway On Ramp)RoadworksLanes affected - All lanes affectedChanged traffic conditions29/01/2024 5:37 am

Moreton Bay City Council road closures

SuburbStreetIncidentImpactAdviceLast Update
TOORBULHume RoadFloodednear Bonney RoadN/A31/01/2024 08:10:00
NARANGBAMoorina RoadFloodedat Burpengary CreekN/A31/01/2024 08:00:00
DAYBOROGlover RoadFloodedat Juffs Road WestN/A31/01/2024 13:53:00
CABOOLTUREStringfellow RoadFloodedat Bowls Club entrance to Centenary LakesN/A31/01/2024 13:50:00
HIGHVALEGoat TrackLandslipDue to land slipN/A31/01/2024 14:15:00
MOUNT DELANEYWiseman RoadFloodedat creekN/A31/01/2024 09:00:00
BRACALBAJ Lindsay RoadFloodednear Masters RoadN/A31/01/2024 10:00:00
WAMURAN BASINBasin RoadFloodedat R Sampson RoadN/A31/01/2024 13:20:00
CABOOLTURECentenary Lakes RoadFloodedMorayfield Entrance to Rugby League EntranceN/A31/01/2024 13:50:00
WAMURAN BASINR Sampson RoadFloodedat Basin RoadN/A31/01/2024 13:20:00
ROCKSBERGBest RoadFloodedat Keillors CrossingN/A31/01/2024 08:00:00
STANMORECove RoadFloodedat Commissioners FlatN/A31/01/2024 13:30:00
WOODFORDOld Cove RoadFloodedat Blackrock CreekN/A31/01/2024 13:30:00
MANGO HILLChermside RoadFloodedbetween John Street and Kinsellas Road WestN/A31/01/2024 13:45:00
ELIMBAHOld Gympie RoadFloodedat Six Mile CreekN/A31/01/2024 10:44:00
MOODLUWhittington RoadFloodedNot AvailableN/A31/01/2024 10:52:00
ROCKSBERGOld North RoadFloodedat Zillmans CrossingN/A31/01/2024 08:00:00
CLOSEBURNHansen RoadFloodedat Cedar CreekN/A31/01/2024 10:55:00
DAYBOROLees Crossing RoadFloodedNot AvailableN/A31/01/2024 13:56:00
KOBBLE CREEKKobble Creek RoadFloodedat Pringles RoadN/A31/01/2024 14:00:00
MOODLUWilliams RoadFloodedat Lagoon CreekN/A31/01/2024 10:50:00
STRATHPINEOld North CresentObstructionNot AvailableN/A31/01/2024 09:18:00
BEACHMEREBeachmere RoadFloodedNot AvailableN/A31/01/2024 14:00:00


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