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Fraser Coast Regional Council is a local government authority that offers public services to residents. It is based in Maryborough, Australia.

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431-433 Kent Street

Maryborough, Queensland, 4650,


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Flood cleanup begins across southeast Qld

Mar 1, 2022

Fraser Barton and Robyn WuthAAP March 1, 2022 9:05AM Brisbane’s lord mayor says registrations have been launched for the “Mud Army” as the city prepares for a monumental cleanup of flood affected areas across Queensland’s southeast. There is still major flooding occurring across Brisbane with the river at 3.7 metres, Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner said on Tuesday, but with each peak the levels are receding. “We’ve seen yesterday’s levels lower than what we’re expected by the BOM, Camera Icon BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 28: Boats lay wrecked at the Hawethorne Ferry Terminal on February 28, 2022 in Brisbane, Australia. Parts of South-East Queensland are experiencing the worst flooding in over a decade, with several towns under evacuation orders and the death toll rising. (Photo by Peter Wallis/Getty Images) Credit: Peter Wallis/Getty Images Brisbane City Council will work with Volunteering Queensland to orchestrate the cleanup, as issues arose in the 2011 floods when household items were thrown away and insurance claims for affected residents were disrupted. “We learned a lot from the first time and we’re gonna make sure it’s done well this time,” the mayor said. “With our registrations, we can register people to help but we also can register people who need help.” Camera Icon In this photo provided by the Fraser Coast Regional Council, water floods streets and houses in Maryborough, Australia, Monday, Feb. 28, 2022. Heavy rain is bringing record flooding to some east coast areas while the flooding in Brisbane, a population of 2.6 million, and its surrounds is the worst since 2011 when the city was inundated by what was described as a once-in-a-century event. (Queensland Fire and Emergency Services via AP) Credit: RR/AP On the Fraser Coast, Maryborough residents have also begun their cleanup after the town’s flood levee withheld a peak of 10.3m overnight. It is the second time the levee has been erected in the town this year after flooding forced the evacuation of the CBD in January. Local MP Bruce Saunders said there was an “eeriness” as residents waited for the water to rise, but now the “resilience phase” for which the town is known begins. “We’ve got a lot of volunteers already registered with the Fraser Coast Regional Council to help the community get back on their feet,” Mr Saunders told AAP. “The community spirit here to get the city back up on its feet is second to none.” Camera Icon TWEED HEADS, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 01: A woman walks her bike through a flooded street on March 01, 2022 in Tweed Heads, Australia. Thousands of homes are expected to be inundated by floodwaters in northern NSW as a result of yesterday's record-breaking weather event. (Photo by Dan Peled/Getty Images) Credit: Dan Peled/Getty Images In Ipswich, more than 150 residents remain stranded in low lying pockets of Goodna as the floodwaters slowly start to recede. Cr Paul Tully said affected residents remain trapped without electricity and boats the only way in or out. “The waters are starting to go down, but those people are still trapped with no electricity and no way in or out to stock up on food,” Cr Tully told AAP. The suburb is bracing for another high tide peak, but it is not expected to reach the levels of the disastrous 2011 floods. But reports of looting across have also infuriated residents already battling with the cleanup. “Sadly we have had looters. They’ve broken into cars and people’s homes before people even get a chance to look at the damage,” Cr Tully said. “It’s disgusting. It’s probably better if I don’t say what I would like to do if I got my hands on them.” While the “Mud Army” has hit the ground, council water trucks are topped up and will wash away silt as the water recedes. “We’re cleaning as we go, we’ve done this before.” Also struggling to without electricity is the Red Bowler Cafe at West End. The eatery was “an island” on Monday and while it survived without water damage, owner Garrath Elborne is trying to operate without power. Sausages on the barbecue are on the menu and pod coffees have replaced the espresso machine as the cafe becomes a generator-powered charging station for residents facing days without power. “We became an internet cafe in the worst possible way,” Mr Elborne said. The Red Bowler will still go ahead with its regular Tuesday film screening for neighbours facing another night without electricity. “Tonight will probably be the busiest night of my classic movies,” Mr Elborne said.

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    Fraser Coast Regional Council's headquarters is located at 431-433 Kent Street, Maryborough.

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