‘High Tide Event’ warning for coast

Published 10:38am 3 July 2023

‘High Tide Event’ warning for coast
Words by Kylie Knight

Moreton Bay Regional Council’s Moreton Alert system has issued a warning for residents living in low-lying coastal areas, with a ‘routine High Tide Event’ forecast from today through to July 8.

The warning states that low-lying roads and properties adjacent to foreshore areas may experience minor tidal inundation.

Suburbs likely to be affected include: 

  • Bongaree
  • Toorbul
  • Ningi
  • Donnybrook
  • White Patch
  • Deception Bay
  • Scarborough
  • Redcliffe
  • Woody Point
  • Clontarf
  • Newport

What you should do

* Monitor local tide conditions by reviewing near real time local tide or storm data via Queensland Governments webpage here

* Monitor roads impacted by flooded on our Disaster Dashboard here

* Do not enter flood waters. IF ITS FLOODED - FORGET IT

* Plan ahead and keep yourself, family and friends safe

Potential impact

Local roads may be affected

Low-lying roads and properties adjacent to coastal foreshore may experience tidal inundation

See online for the Brisbane Bar high/Low tide times and heights. Access tide predictions for your area here.

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