Queensland Tropical Cyclone Track Map

Queensland tropical cyclone Track Map


At 10am AEST, Tropical Cyclone Oma was a category 2 system, about 890km NE of Brisbane and moving SW at 11km/h.

Oma is expected to continue moving in a general southwesterly direction for the next few days, bringing it closer to the southeast Queensland coast by Friday 22nd.

A Tropical Cyclone Watch has been issued for Bundaberg in Queensland to Ballina in northern New South Wales, including Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast.

Abnormally high tides and dangerous surf conditions are expected along the southern Queensland coast in the next few days. Seas and swell are also expected to increase well ahead of the approach of Oma. A Severe Weather Warning and Hazardous Surf Warning are current.

The next update is due by 5pm AEST.

Issued Thursday 12:57 AEDT

Related Links

Site search

Enter a postcode or town name for local weather, or text to search the site. » advanced search

Surf building as Tropical Cyclone Oma looms

09:04 AEDT Waves are building along Queensland's southeast coast this morning as Tropical Cyclone Oma edges closer to eastern Australia.

Help with Farmonline Weather