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COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus)
Council is monitoring the evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. We are working closely with Queensland Health to track the situation. Our main priority is the health and safety of our community, customers and staff.
Natural disasters can cause major disruptions to essential services. So it's important to be prepared.
All local residents are being encouraged to PREPARE ACT SURVIVE this bushfire season.
Who to contact in an emergency.
The Disaster Management Act 2003 gives Council primary responsibility for coordination and management of disaster and emergency events in the South Burnett Region, with support from the State.
Flood and Road Conditions
Please click the below link to view the current road closures due to flooding for the South Burnett Region.
Know the Risks
Disasters and emergencies can strike anywhere, anytime and in many forms.
Stay Alert and Informed
When disasters loom or a major emergency happens, Queenslanders will be alerted by the sound of the Standard Emergency Warning Signal (SEWS).
Human and Social and Economic sub-groups of the South Burnett Local Disaster Recovery Group support those communities impacted by a severe weather event.
To stay up-to-date with the latest road conditions, weather updates, and emergency news via Council's Disaster Dashboard.