NSW wild weather conditions wane
They warn very large ocean waves and swell are still happening along the coast between the Queensland border and Port Macquarie; but they say fears about beach erosion and inundation of low lying areas have eased.
While the low pressure trough in the Coral Sea that's causing all the problems is expected to weaken over the next 12-24 hours; the Bureau has kept all flood warnings for the Richmond/Wilsons, Clarence, Bellinger, Macleay, Hastings, Manning, Orara and Nambucca Rivers remain current.
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- View a gallery of flood images from across south-east Queensland and northern New South Wales.
- For more images of floods around the Sunshine Coast, visit The Sunshine Coast Daily's flood gallery 1 and flood gallery 2.
- See photos of Grafton as evacuation is ordered.
- View flood photos from the first deluge in south-east Queensland.
Emergency resources and weather updates:
- Check out the Bureau of Meteorology's live radar image.
- New South Wales SES news updates.
- Queensland SES news updates.
- Road closure information can be found on the Road and Traffic Authority, NSW (RTA) website and RACQ website.
- For emergency assistance in floods and storms, contact the SES on 132 500. For life-threatening emergencies call 000.
- ThePublic Information and Inquiry Centre is open to provide informationregarding displaced families, road closures, welfare assistance and allother general inquiries. They can be contacted on 1800 227 228.