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Major flooding occurred throughout most of the Brisbane River catchment, most severely in the catchments of the Lockyer Creek and Bremer River (major tributaries of the Brisbane River) where numerous record flood heights were experienced.What happened in the 2011 Queensland floods?
A collection of oral history recordings, photographs, hand drawn maps, videos and speech notes relating to the 2011 Queensland floods and the major flood event that occurred in Toowoomba and the Lockyer Valley region on 10 January 2011: a flash flood (described as an 'inland tsunami') which devastatingly took 21 human lives.What happened in Brisbane in 2011?
On 13th January 2011 major flooding occurred throughout most of the Brisbane River catchment, most severely in Toowoomba and the Lockyer Creek catchment (where 23 people drowned), the Bremer River catchment and in Brisbane, the state capital of Queensland. Some 56,200 claims have been received by insurers with payouts totalling $2.55 billion.How high was the Brisbane River on January 13?
Over the next few days, the suburbs and city centre were inundated. The Brisbane River ultimately peaked at 14.63 feet (4.46 metres) on January 13, some 3 feet (1 metre) over major flood stage but lower than had been feared.