Green Bridge, near Andy Williams Park, Cedar Creek 4520

Flooded in today.

This bridge is usually a couple of meters from the water's surface, but with the > 152mm of rain we've had since 9am yesterday, the creek has risen somewhat.

View all photos taken: Sunday, 10th October 2010, This photo: 5:30pm


  • allan_niels3n said:
    Any excuse to stay home... maybe a shot of the waterfall is in order if you can get there, now that would be spectacular.
  • David de Groot said:
    [] True it would be - can't get up that far just yet. And then when I can get that far up the road, getting to the waterfall would be next to impossible.
  • Out_and_About said:
    I've been wondering how you're getting on with all the rain. Take care DeGroot family.
  • David de Groot said:
    [] We're all good - Kara is a little stir-crazy, but that's just slightly different from her usual teenage-crazy, so it's not really any different overall ;-)
  • leadegroot said:
    While there is milk in the fridge and we have power, we are fine - and there is still 4 litres in there, so... no problem.
    (and if the power does go out, we are only slightly miffed)
  • accesser said:
    Wow I was wondering how the roads went down your way, I got diverted on my way to Ferny Grove Station yesterday with a few roads under, Mt Mee is a little damp to say the least
  • PassMyTinFoilHat said:
    It's damp up my way too. I haven't made it to Wivenhoe yet to get photos, and only did a cursory phonecam shot of Somersert today while driving past (went to visit the olds since Kilcoy reopened)
  • David de Groot said:
    [] I saw that Samford Rd near Ferny Grove Station went under (on Monday).
    [] Yeah I've not made it out to Wivenhoe either, but have seen photos from some who have. Are the gates at Somerset open too ?
  • PassMyTinFoilHat said:
    @dadegroot They were, not now though. all 8 floodgates were flowing well. Wish I'd taken the proper camera, but meh, phone had to do.