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SES & BOM has released flood watch for VIC.

  • major flooding likely across several northern Victorian catchments
  • isolated major flooding likely in the southwest
  • widespread minor to moderate flooding expected across northern and parts of western Victoria
  • isolated minor flooding possible in parts of Gippsland

A cold front is moving into the west of the state, bringing showers and rain. Rainfall will increase during Thursday and Friday, with heavy falls likely as the front moves slowly eastwards.

Catchments in the Flood Watch area are very wet because of the recent rainfall and river levels are elevated within some catchments.

From Wednesday to Friday, rainfall totals of 60-100 mm are forecast north of the divide, while rainfall totals of 30-60 mm are forecast south of the divide

Flooding is likely to develop from Thursday. Widespread Minor to Major flooding is expected across Northern Victoria and parts of Western Victoria. Isolated Minor flooding is possible in parts of Gippsland.

  • Catchments likely to be affected include:
  • Mitchell River
  • Macalister River
  • Thomson River
  • Latrobe River
  • South Gippsland Rivers
  • Bunyip River and Dandenong Creek
  • Yarra River to Coldstream
  • Yarra River downstream of Coldstream
  • Maribyrnong River
  • Werribee River
  • Barwon, Leigh and Moorabool Rivers
  • Hopkins River
  • Otway Coast
  • Upper Murray and Mitta Mitta Rivers
  • Kiewa River (Kiewa River to Mongans Bridge)
  • Ovens and King Rivers
  • Broken River
  • Broken Creek
  • Seven and Castle Creeks
  • Goulburn River upstream of Lake Eildon
  • Goulburn River Eildon to Seymour
  • Goulburn River downstream of Seymour
  • Campaspe River
  • Wimmera River

Flood Safety Advice:

Remember: If it’s flooded, forget it. For flood emergency assistance contact the SES on 132 500. For life threatening emergencies, call Triple Zero (000) immediately

I am available to answer any questions you may have or provide any guidance you may need so please feel free to contact me.

Whilst BOM are ensuring their predictions are as accurate as possible, the levels of these warnings could and may change at any time. Therefore, if you, your loved ones, or your co-workers are in.

Any of the aforementioned areas (or surrounds, near these rivers) please ensure you monitor these warnings via the below referenced links.

Current Warnings:

VIC Emergency:


Please be safe