Flood monitoring cameras

Bilambil Sports Club Boatharbour Bridge Byangum Bridge Murwillumbah Bridge Piggabeen Road Tweed Valley Way (Oaks Avenue)

Flood monitoring cameras help gather intelligence for the NSW State Emergency Service (SES), Council operations and other emergency service organisations during flood events.

They are also a useful tool for people to check flood levels and impact, allowing the community to better prepare and plan their response to flooding.

The images are updated every 15 minutes. Some cameras may not work as well during low light conditions and severe weather.

We currently have cameras located at the following locations:

These locations were selected in consultation with NSW SES to improve their flood event operational intelligence.

The cameras were funded under the Australian Government’s Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements. Additional cameras may be installed if funding becomes available in the future.

Please contact Council if you have any questions about the flood monitoring cameras.

To stay up to date with what’s happening on our roads visit our Roadworks and closures page, go to Live Traffic NSW or follow us on Facebook.

SES is the emergency authority for flood, storms and tsunamis – call them on 132 500 or visit ses.nsw.gov.au

Bilambil Sports Club

Boatharbour Bridge

Byangum Bridge

Murwillumbah Bridge

Piggabeen Road

Tweed Valley Way (Oaks Avenue)

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