Flood update: Full list of road closures

Published 8:43am 1 March 2022

Flood update: Full list of road closures
Words by Ashleigh Howarth

Moreton Bay residents are being asked to remain cautious on the road, with more than 60 roads still closed due to flooding.

To help limit the number of people on the roads, Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has asked people to work from home if possible.

Schools also remain closed today.

Road closures Moreton Bay Region


62 roads are currently closed

Here's the link to council's list

Banksia Beach: White Patch Esplanade at Wrights Creek 

Bellthorpe: Bellthorpe Range Road East of Campbell Road 

Bongaree: Foster Street near Nulu Lane

Booroobin: Postman's Track near 120 Postman's Track - Landslip 

Brendale: Leitchs Road Pedestrian Bridge at South Pine River

Bunya: Dugandan Rd at Bunya Crossing Reserve carpark

Burpengary: Morayfield Rd at Burpengary Creek

Caboolture: Centenary Lakes Rd rugby league entrance

Caboolture: Hume Rd - Flood damaged road

Caboolture: Stringfellow Road at Bowls Club entrance to Centenary Lakes

Cedar Creek: Curtis Rd

Cedar Creek: Gordons Road at upper crossing

Cedarton: Doyle Rd near Cedarton Drive

Closeburn: Hansen Road at Cedar Creek

Commissioners Flat: Commissioners Flat Road at Stanley River

D'Aguilar: Buckingham Rd at Monkeybong Creek

Dayboro: Lees Crossing Road

Dayboro: Glover Road at Juffs Road West 

Delaneys Creek: Delaney Creek Rd near number 529

Elimbah: Old Gympie Rd at Six Mile Creek - Flood damaged road 

Highvale: Goat Track (whole length of track)

Highvale: Ryder Road at Blue Gum Court

Kobble Creek: Kobble Creek Rd at Pringles Rd

Kobble Creek: Pringles Rd at gravel road section

Kurwongbah: Nielson Rd new Theodore Rd - Both creek crossings

Laceys Creek: Baker Road at Laceys Creek

Laceys Creek: Costelloe Rd at Upper Crossing

Laceys Creek: Costelloe Rd at Lower Crossing

Laceys Creek: Dahls Crossing

Laceys Creek: Laceys Creek Rd at Worths Crossing

Laceys Creek: Laceys Creek Rd near Costelloe Rd

Laceys Creek: Laceys Creek Rd near Raynbird Creek Rd

Laceys Creek: Wirth Rd at Laceys Creek Rd

Laceys Creek: Wirth Road at May Road

Laceys Creek: Wirth Rd at Esplanade

Mango Hill: Chermside Rd between John St and Kinsellas Rd West

Morayfield: Nairn Rd

Mount Delaney: Dewhurts Rd

Mount Delaney: Wiseman Road at creek

Mount Nebo: Mt Nebo Rd between Jolly's Lookout and Mt Glorious

Mount Pleasant: Courts Lane

Mount Pleasant: Henzell Rd

Mount Pleasant: Stratton Rd near Palm Creek Rd

Neurum: Perkins Rd near Stanton Rd

Neurum: Rasmussen Road

Neurum: Rassmussen Road at Neurum Creek Crossing

Petrie: Youngs Crossing Road at North Pine River

Samford Valley: Mayfield Road - Closed due to slippery surface

Stanmore: Bellthorpe Range Road near Simpson Road

Stanmore: Cove Road between Dunning Lane and Millwood Road

Stanmore: Cove Road

Stanmore: Mccabe Road at Cove Road

Stony Creek: Eaton Lane - Flood damaged road 

Stony Creek: Fletcher Road

Stony Creek: Stony Creek Road at Stony Creek

Strathpine: Gympie Rd at Ball Hills Flats

Toorbul: Hume Rd near Bonney Rd

White Patch: White Patch Esplanade

Woodford: Cove Road at Old Cove Road

Woodford: Cove Road at Kilcoy-Beerwah Road

Woodford: Old Cove Road at Blackrock Creek

Remember: If it's flooded, forget it.

For flood emergency assistance phone the SES on 132 500.

For life threatening emergencies, phone Triple Zero (000) immediately.

Current emergency information is available at qld.gov.au/alerts.

This advice is also available by phoning 1300 659 219.


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