Flood maps and data

Predictive Flood Inundation – Existing Conditions

The provided maps do not infer that a property is subject to total inundation from a defined flood event and are not fit for insurance eligibility determination purposes. These maps are also not suitable for the purpose of self-assessment as to whether a home on the property is immune to flooding and do not account for pre-existing localised drainage problems. The maps are provided below.

Flood modelling exercises have been commissioned to identify areas that are likely to be affected by a level of flood inundation in individual catchments for an extreme event defined as the 1% AEP flood event. These studies are a refinement of the Flood inundation Overlay Flood Maps used in the Local Planning Scheme. These detailed studies identified localised flooding issues (including low-lying areas and overland flow paths) and assist with strategic planning exercises to develop local flood mitigation measures to reduce the impacts of flooding within the catchment.

1% AEP Predicted Flood Inundation Maps

Council may be contacted for an individual property assessment. Fees and charges apply and a Flood Zone Information Request may be lodged by submitting a Land Record Search Request Form by following the below link. 

Flood Zone Information Request

To request a flood search download the Land Record Search Request Form and submit to Council. Typical information provided in a Flood Zone Information search include:

  • Range of ground levels;
  • 1% AEP flood levels sourced from either Council or State Government resources; and
  • Information to assist with determining habitable floor levels.

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Last updated: 06 February 2015