Just spotted this one: http://www.realestate.com.au/property-house-qld-salisbury-120225025 The realestate agent loudly proclaims: "FLOOD FREE" in the ad, all capitals. Floodwise report states that the flood level is 17.3m with the minimum build height 17.8m. The lowest part of that block is 16.8m So apparently according to the realestate agents definition of "FLOOD FREE" half a meter of flood water doesn't count. Sure it's a 1 in 100 year flood zone. And it hasn't flooded lately. But there is a reason that house is on stumps. Back in the 74 floods that block had about 30cm of flood water on it. So it's very unlikely to flood. But if anyone plans on knocking that old house down and building a new house on a slab they are going to be in for a rude shock if they didn't do their DD because the new build would have to be 1m off the ground toward the back of the block. Not cool Ms Realestate agent... not cool.