Three roads still closed, chance of more showers

Published 9:04am 5 January 2024

Three roads still closed, chance of more showers
Words by Ashleigh Howarth

Three roads remain closed in Moreton Bay due to flooding from the recent wild weather.

Motorists are being urged to obey all road closure signage, regardless of whether water has receded.

Moreton Daily will continue to update this list throughout the day.

Currently, there are no weather warnings for the City of Moreton Bay, although the Bureau of Meteorology is forecasting some showers and a chance of a thunderstorm today. 

Saturday will see a high of 28C with a high chance of showers, most likely in the late morning and afternoon, with up to 8mm predicted.  

Sunday is expected to be partly cloudy with a high of 28C, followed by a top of 29C on Monday.

To receive the latest weather warnings and other important information direct from Moreton Bay City Council, sign up to the free MoretonAlert system.

You can also stay up-to-date by visiting the City of Moreton Bay Disaster Dashboard

Transport and Main Road closures

SuburbStreetIncidentImpactAdviceLast Update
Beachmere - Moreton Bay RegionalBeachmere RoadRoadworksLanes affected - Lane or lanes reducedChanged traffic conditions02/01/2024 3:01 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 conditions02/01/2024 3:01 am

Council closures 

SuburbStreetIncidentImpactAdviceLast Update
ELIMBAHOld Gympie RoadFloodedat Six Mile CreekN/A05/01/2024 06:00:00

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