Weather Warnings - Initial Minor Flood Warning For The St Georges Basin

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, New South Wales

Final Flood Warning For The St Georges Basin
Issued at 09:36 AM EST on Tuesday 25 June 2024
Flood Warning Number: 5

High tides are on an easing trend in St Georges Basin at Sussex Inlet.

St Georges Basin:
No further flooding is expected in St Georges Basin at Sussex Inlet.

The St Georges Basin at Sussex Inlet is currently at 0.30 metres and rising with the tide.
The St Georges Basin at Sussex Inlet is expected to remain below the minor flood level (0.90 m) during Tuesday and the next few days.

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.}
For more emergency information, advice, and access to the latest river heights and rainfall observations and forecasts:
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Next issue:
This is a final warning, no further warnings will be issued for this event.

Latest River Heights:
Tomerong Creek,0.45,Steady,07:43 AM TUE 25/06/24
St George Basin at Island Point Road,0.35,Steady,09:15 AM TUE 25/06/24
Sussex Inlet,0.30,Rising,09:32 AM TUE 25/06/24

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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