ACT

Floods and Flooding

Floods in the ACT are caused by rivers overflowing their banks, or by localised rainfall at a rate that exceeds the local drains capacity. A third possibility has been the collapse of a large dam, such as Googong Dam south of Queanbeyan.

  

Follow this link to the ACT State Emergency Website for more information on Flood Safety in the ACT.

Australian Council of State Emergency Services 2013