Flood waters appear to have peaked in Kyogle this afternoon, having reached 13.9 metres. The water will now progressively move down river.
For road closures due to water inundation go to myroadinfo by following this link.
Council has had to close the following roads today due to flood damage:
- Boundary Creek Road at the first causeway
- Boorabee Creek Road at the first causeway
- Lions Road from Murphy Standfield’s culvert due to a landslip that has worsened
- Barker Bridge on Williams Road
- Gradys Creek Road at the last causeway
- Bolziccos Road
- Davis Road
- Walsh Road at the bridge
- Geneva Street (remains closed)
- Capeen Creek Road (remains closed)
- Lillian Rock Road (remains closed)
Roads that were closed earlier but have now been opened are:
- Bingeebeebra Creek Road
- Theresa Creek Road
- Taverners Road
- Whites Road
- Campbells Road
Weather permitting, Council hopes to re-start work tomorrow to restore the landslip on the Kyogle Road at Cawongla Range. If the work goes ahead, the road will be closed from 8am to 4pm. Council will advise the community via Facebook as early as possible if the road closure is going ahead.
The situation on the Bruxner Highway and Summerland remains unchanged.
The Bruxner Highway continues to be restricted to one lane at two locations west of Mummulgum. Landslips have closed one lane of the highway on the Mallanganee Range and near Rogers Road east of Tabulam. Both lane closures are expected to remain in place for some time.
Summerland Way is restricted to one lane of traffic at Burnetts. The single lane closure will be in place for some time.
Council once again will be assessing the road network as this lot of flood water recedes and appreciates your help in identifying problems. You can report issues by:
- Calling Kyogle Council business hours 02 6632 1611 after hours and emergency number 02 6626 6800
- Emailing email@example.com
- On line at https://www.kyogle.nsw.gov.au/…/jobs-news…/contact/
Please remember to take care on the road, drive to the conditions and do not drive or walk through floodwater.