The big wet: Road closures across Moreton Bay Region

The big wet: Road closures across Moreton Bay Region

Updated 5.05pm

There are 50 local roads closed across the Moreton Bay Region due to flooding as the Bureau of Meteorology warns of more heavy rain to come.

A Flood Watch warning remains in place due to a surface trough near the southeast coast which is forecast to remain slow-moving today and tomorrow, producing areas of heavy to intense rainfall and thunderstorms over South East Queensland.

A second slow-moving trough further inland will bring widespread shower and thunderstorm activity across the southern inland over the next few days.

Six-hourly rainfall totals between 80 and 120mm are likely, reaching up to 180 mm over areas east of Gympie to Jimboomba. The heaviest falls are expected through the latter parts of Thursday into Friday morning.

Catchments are wet, and likely to respond quickly to further rainfall. Those likely to be affected include the Pine and Caboolture Rivers.

Boaties are being urged to rethink planned outings.

Transport and Main Roads Minister Mark Bailey says: "Boaties can expect poor visibility, stronger stream flows and currents and possible flash flooding with the associated dangers of floating or submerged debris".

“Conditions this week and through the early part of the weekend make it dangerous for anyone thinking of going boating. I urge skippers to rethink any plans to take their boats out."

Road closures Moreton Bay Region



Brendale: Leitchs Road Pedestrian Bridge at South Pine River

Caboolture: Hume 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

Dayboro: Glover Road at Juffs Road West

Dayboro: Lees Crossing Road

Dayboro: Juffs Rd West

Elimbah: Old Gympie Rd at Six Mile Creek

Elimbah: Williams Rd

Highvale: Ryder Road at Blue Gum Court

King Scrub: Bond Road at the creek

Kobble Creek: Kobble Creek Rd at Pringles Rd

Laceys Creek: Strain Rd

Laceys Creek: Baker Road at Laceys Creek

Laceys Creek: Wirth Road at May Road

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

Moodlu: Whittington Rd

Moodlu: Williams Rd, Lagoon Creek

Moorina: Moorina Rd near F Lindsay Rd

Morayfield: Visentin Rd, near underpass

Morayfield: Underpass Rd near William Berry Drive

Mount Delaney: Wiseman Rd at creek

Narangba: Moorina Road at Burpengary Creek

Neurum: Rasmussen Road at Neurum Creek Crossing

Neurum: Rasmussen Road

Petrie: Youngs Crossing Road at North Pine River

Rocksberg: Best Road at Keillors Crossing

Rocksberg: Caboolture River Rd at Cockies Crossing

Rocksberg: Caboolture River Road at Five Pound Crossing

Rocksberg: Old North Road at Zillmans Crossing

Rocksberg: McNamara Rd at Eliza Crossing

Rocksberg: McNamara Road at Browns Crossing

Rocksberg: W James Rd at Upper Crossing

Rocksberg: W James Rd at Middle Crossing

Rocksberg: W James Rd at Lower Crossing

Stanmore: Cove Road between Dunning Lane and Millwood Road

Stanmore: Cove Road

Stanmore: Mccabe Road at Cove Road

Stony Creek: Stony Creek Road at Stony Creek

Strathpine: Mott St

Upper Caboolture: Litherland Road

Upper Caboolture: Tinney Road at Caboolture River Road

Wamuran: R Williams Rd near D'Aguilar Highway

Woodford: Neurum Road at Monkeybong Creek

Woodford: Old Cove Road at Blackrock Creek

Woodford: Cove Rd at Kilcoy-Beerwah Rd

Woodford: Cove Rd at Old Cove Rd

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

This advice is also available by phoning 1300 659 219.

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