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The unexpected flooding that caused damage to thousands of homes in February 2022 has been added to a new flood map for Brisbane. Brisbane City Council’s new Flood Information Online tool provides an interactive online flood tool designed to make finding information easier.What is the Flood Awareness map?
Brisbane City Council's Flood Awareness Map is for general awareness about the possibility of flooding on a property. It also provides historic flooding information and information on different types of flooding. The flood information provided in the Flood Awareness Map is sourced from the latest flood studies and models endorsed by Council.Is Brisbane City Council liable for flooding?
Brisbane City Council excludes all liability to any person arising directly or indirectly from using this site and any information or material available from it. Content on the site is general information provided to help you be prepared for flooding and decide if you need further professional advice relevant to your particular circumstancesWhat is 'flood likelihood' and 'impact'?
Before searching for a property on Brisbane City Council’s Flood Awareness Map, it is important to understand the terms 'flood likelihood' and 'impact'. The terms 'likelihood' and 'impact' are used by Council to explain the chances of floods occurring.