IMPACT ON ROADS
The below information is ‘on-the-ground’ measures taken by locals and should be seen as a guide only. Scroll down to view various information panels from the BOM website.
It is up to you to ensure your own safety, if you decide to travel or not.
Use extra caution when traveling during times of Flood and Storm.
STAY DRY – STAY SAFE.
|TWEED RIVER HEIGHT IN UKI *||IMPACTED ROAD|
|8.0 meter||Byangum Bridge||water is about to reach road level|
|8.0 meter||Tweed Valley Way||can not be accessed via Stokers Siding|
|7.0 meter||Byrrill Creek||cut off at Tweed River bridge|
|6.0 meter||Rowlands Creek Road||is impassable|
|5.5 meter||Smiths Creek Road||may be interrupted due to excess run-off|
|5.0 meter||Palmers Road||is cut off|
|3.5 meter||Byrrill Creek Road||interrupted at Cedar Creek Crossing|
|3.5 meter||Mt Warning Road||is cut off|
Roads may be impassable due to excess run-off. Be extra cautious for rocks and other debris on the roads.
CALL 000 FOR LIFE THREATENING EMERGENCIES. FOR EMERGENCY HELP IN FLOODS AND STORMS CALL THE SES NSW ON 132 500
You can navigate through the Bureau of Meteorology’s website on this page or click on the title of the charts to go directly onto their site.