Weather Warnings - Final Flood Warning For The Mirrool Creek

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, New South Wales

Final Flood Warning For Mirrool Creek
Issued at 03:42 PM EDT on Tuesday 18 January 2022
Flood Watch Number: 10

Minor flooding is no longer occurring along Mirrool Creek at East Mirrool Regulator. The river level fell below the minor flooding level (0.90 metres) Monday at 11:45

Mirrool Creek to East Mirrool Regulator:
No further flooding is expected in Mirrool Creek to East Mirrool Regulator.
The Mirrool Creek at East Mirrool Regulator is currently at 0.68 metres and falling.

Flood Safety Advice:
In life threatening emergencies, call 000 (triple zero) immediately. If you require rescue, assistance to evacuate or other emergency help, ring NSW SES on 132 500.
* Avoid drowning. Stay out of rising water, seek refuge in the highest available place.
* Prevent damage to your vehicle. Move it under cover, away from areas likely to flood.
* Avoid being swept away. Stay out of fast-flowing creeks and storm drains.
* Never drive, ride or walk through flood water. Flood water can be deceptive and dangerous.}
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Next issue:
This is a final warning, no further warnings will be issued for this event.

Latest River Heights:
Mirrool Creek at East Mirrool Regulator,0.68,Falling,03:00 PM TUE 18/01/22
Mirrool Creek at Barellan Road,1.53,Falling,02:30 PM TUE 18/01/22

This advice is also available by dialling 1300 659 210. Warning, rainfall and river information are available at The latest weather forecast is available at

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