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Information and help during a flood

Lismore has a long history of flooding, with more than 100 floods recorded since 1846. The city spans the junction of the Wilsons River and Leycester Creek and in flood, the waters split the city into three areas - North, South and Central Lismore.

Road Closure Information
Click here to view road information (www.myroadinfo.com.au)

Mobile phone SMS flood messages
You can also receive information about official alerts and predictions in times of flood on your mobile phone. Simply phone Council and register your mobile phone number or register online here.

Who to call

For emergency help during flood: 000

For people and/or property at risk (SES): 132 500

For local roads information (Lismore City Council): 1300 87 83 87

 

Info Online
Floor Height information can be found here. Information about road closures can be found at www.myroadinfo.com.au
 

Stay informed - listen to the radio
During a flood, listen to your local radio station for information, updates and advice.

 

 

ABC North Coast 738AM 94.5FM
Radio 2LM 900AM 104.3FM
2NCR   92.9FM
ZZZ   100.9FM
NIM FM   102.3FM
Richmond Valley Radio   88.9FM

 

Attention: By clicking the links below you will go to a page not part of Lismore City Council's website. The Council assumes no responsibility for the accuracy or suitability of the content provided on the sites.

SES (State Emergency Service)

Bureau of Meteorology:
Flood Warnings
River Heights
Radar

Queensland Road Conditions:
Queensland Department of Main Roads

Roads and Maritime Service (formerly RTA) NSW:
RMS Road Closure

Links to local councils:
Ballina Shire Council
Byron Shire Council
Clarence Valley Council
Kyogle Council
Richmond Valley Council
Tweed Shire Council

For further information on flooding please scroll down the page.