Flood Reports

NSW COASTAL FLOOD SUMMARY FEBRUARY 2020 This report is a summary of the February 2020 flood event on the coast of New South Wales (NSW) commissioned by the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment, Climate Change and Sustainability Division (CCSD). The areas of focus for this flood report include the Orara River, Wilsons River, Tuggerah Lakes, Hawkesbury River and South Creek, Narrabeen Lagoon, Georges River, Lower Shoalhaven River, St Georges Basin and Lake Conjola regions.

NSW NORTH COAST FLOOD SUMMARY MARCH 2017 This report is a summary of the March 2017 flood event on the New South Wales (NSW) north coast, commissioned by the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH). The area of focus for this flood report includes the Tweed, Brunswick, Upper Rous, Richmond and Wilsons River regions.

"NSW SOUTH COAST FLOOD SUMMARY AUGUST 2015" "This report is a summary of the August 2015 flood event on the New South Wales (NSW) south coast, commissioned by the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH). The area of focus for this flood report ranges from Woronora Dam to Wagonga Inlet in the south."

NSW HUNTER AND CENTRAL COAST FLOOD SUMMARY APRIL - MAY 2015 "This report was commissioned by the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) to summarise the April 2015 flood events in the Hunter and Central Coast Region including the Hunter, Paterson and Williams Rivers, Macquarie and Tuggerah Lakes, and Brisbane Water of New South Wales. OEH manages an extensive data network in the NSW coastal zone. The coastal data network is operated and maintained by Manly Hydraulics Laboratory (MHL) under an annual contract to OEH."

"NSW NORTH COAST FLOOD SUMMARY JANUARY-MARCH 2013" This report was commissioned by the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage to summarise the January, February and March 2013 flood events in the north and mid-north coast rivers of New South Wales







IMPORTANT: This information has been recovered directly from automatic recording equipment and may not be quality controlled by MHL. All times are recorded in Australian Eastern Standard Time (UTC+10:00).
All public data is collected and presented on behalf of the Climate Change and Sustainability Division of Department of Planning, Industry and Environment.