Flooded Roads Map

The best way to avoid floodwater is to make sure you are prepared – whether that’s staying in, or finding a safer alternative route to travel.

The Flooded Roads Map helps you identify roads prone to flooding, so you can factor this information into your planning. It uses data submitted by public users during 2015-2018, which gives a limited historical snapshot and should not be considered comprehensive. Scroll down, enter the postcode for your planned travel and be prepared.

For current traffic and travel information, visit QLDTraffic or phone 131940.

Disclaimer: This map does not provide real-time flood data. Information has been collated from a range of sources with varying degrees of credibility. Any action you take based upon the information is at your risk. Please see full disclaimer.

User Provided information

Currently flooded

Use this symbol to report a road that is currently flooded. As your report ages, the blue icon will slowly fade, during the following three days. You can also suggest an alternative route or draw one on the map.

Prone to flooding

Use this symbol to report a road you know is prone to flooding. These points on the map will remain in place to help others identify potential barriers to their intended destination. You can also suggest alternative routes or draw one on the map.

Data error

If you disagree with a report, you have the ability to enter a data error and include a detailed description. These errors will be investigated by Queensland Fire and Emergency Services. A data error indicates a particular nearby report may not be accurate.

For more detailed traffic and travel information

Visit QLDTraffic

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