Sunshine Coast Local Disaster Management Coordinator Alan Rogers said the heavy rainfalls experienced overnight have eased and the low pressure system has moved offshore. “It’s been a wet night but not a dramatic one, with some local flooding along creeks, Kin Kin remains isolated and about 30 roads remain closed. “Overall the region received between […]
[vid] Sunshine Coast’s disaster and emergency teams have partnered with local hardware and landscape supply businesses to provide the necessary sand, sandbags, tips and demonstrations for DIY sandbagging.
Sunshine Coast hinterland residents, in the areas hardest hit in the Australia Day weekend storms and rains, won’t miss out on being able to dispose of their storm debris for free.
My interview with Sunshine Coast Mayor Mark Jamieson after his tour earlier today across the Coast to assess the damage and cleanup efforts as a result of the last few day’s wild weather.
[vid]Unbelievable scenes along Alexandra Headland as the storm tide whips up a large amount of foam, blown further onshore by strong winds. The sight quickly turned into a playground.
A severe thunder storm that swept across the Sunshine Coast this afternoon caused considerable damage to buildings in Maple Street, Cooroy.