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Where to buy -- Floods everywhere

Discussion in 'Where to Buy' started by Ash, 7th Jun, 2016.

  1. Ash

    Ash Well-Known Member

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    @Simon Hampel I am not sure this is the right thread but if not feel free to move my post.

    I was thinking to buy something for last few months and then bought which is good BUT now i see the picture that we have floods all around ... so in this post i want to summarize views of members around areas where they have actually experienced floods during recent rains.

    I guess there will be data on Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology but not sure if they publish Suburbs ...

    This thread can be Summary of recent areas where we have experienced flood like situations ..this weekend. I am not very sure area where i bought has got flooding or not but i am sharing few of the areas where we saw flooding.....

    1. Camden area in SW Sydney
    2. Coogee near to beach .. destruction
    3. Narrabeen Bad Situation
    4. Collaroy -- Stroms only
    5. Cotter Reserve in the ACT
    6. Collaroy Beach
    7. Beaches across Sydney, including Collaroy, Cronulla and Coogee
    8. Chipping Norton
    9. Devlin Rd boat ramp in Castlereagh.
    10. Milperra -- Bad Situation
    11. Bulli, near Wollongong.
    12. Lismore
    13. Gregson Park, Hamilton
    14. Tweed Heads
    15. Parramatta Road -- water Logging
    16. Toombul Shopping Centre, Brisbane
     
  2. herenow

    herenow Well-Known Member

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    Alice Springs?
     
  3. Marg4000

    Marg4000 Well-Known Member

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    Not everywhere floods. In the areas you list (apart from Toombul Shopping Centre) there are parts that flood but more parts that don't.
    Marg
     
  4. Sonamic

    Sonamic Well-Known Member

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    Anywhere with the word "Mount" in it. High ground and all that. Good to see that its not just Brisbane that floods.