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Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland 9h
⚠️ Severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for heavy , that may lead to flash flooding in the warning area over the next several hours. Locations which may be affected include , and . Stay up to date with warnings at
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Qld Fire & Emergency 9h
W3 h4ve a tip 4 y0u. Is y0ur h0us3 numb3r visib13? If emergency services ever needed to visit your home, it’s important your house number is clearly visible. That way crews can respond more quickly and efficiently. Simple! Y0u g0t th4t?
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Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland Apr 21
Update on severe storms in SW QLD. Warning area has spread east to Maranoa & Warrego district. Storms may produce damaging wind gusts and heavy rain. Large hail, as well as large accumulations of small hail, are also possible. Stay up to date with warnings
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Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland Apr 21
Severe thunderstorms are possible today in SW QLD. Storms may produce damaging wind gusts and heavy rainfall, which may lead to flash flooding. Large hail, as well as large accumulations of small hail, are also possible. Stay up to date with warnings
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Qld Fire & Emergency Apr 21
How are you spending the public holiday today? Camping, surfing, fishing, hiking… working? Our QFES crews never stop and are well-equipped to handle any challenge in any environment. If you’re out and about exploring, enjoy yourself and be careful. We’re here to help!
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Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland Apr 21
Severe thunderstorm warning issued for the SW corner of QLD in the Channel Country. Thunderstorms are currently active and are likely producing heavy rainfall which may lead to flash flooding. Stay up to date with warnings at
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Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland Apr 20
Satellite image shows a cloud band approaching from the west as a cold front moves through the southern states. This system will be bringing some showers and thunderstorms to SW QLD over the coming days, possibly with heavy falls in isolated areas on Mon/Tue.
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Qld Fire & Emergency Apr 19
Bushwalking, sand dunes and drives along the beach… are you heading to Moreton Island this weekend? Watch how The Resilients keep safe while enjoying their favourite outdoor holiday adventures ☀😀
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Qld Fire & Emergency Apr 18
This is no yolk! We want you all to have a safe and happy Easter 🐣
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Qld Fire & Emergency Apr 17
On the eve of the Easter long weekend, we’ve teamed up with to urge motorists to take caution. We’re trained to help if you need us, but it’s up to you to drive with care and get home safely this Easter
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Qld Fire & Emergency Apr 17
SMOKE ALERT: Enoggera, QFES is aware of a burn by Fireland Consultancy, on behalf of Dept of Defence, in Enoggera Defence Base from 10am. Smoke may impact Mitchelton, Gaythorne & Keperra. Take care on roads. Residents should close windows & doors and keep respiratory meds close.
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Queensland Police Apr 17
Traffic hazard Bruce Highway at Mackay. Motorised are urged to take care due to a long oil spill on the south bound lanes of the highway between Mackay and Bakers Creek. Also on the Bruce Highway at The Leap north of Mackay.
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Qld Fire & Emergency Apr 16
There’s a vast wonderland of water just waiting to be explored at Moreton Island. 🌊🐋🐬🐠🐙 The Resilients love an adventure and enjoy heading offshore to bask in the serene surrounds of this little pocket of luxury. Let’s see what their advice is for staying safe at sea.
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Qld Fire & Emergency Apr 16
When you tell us you’re going to use the cooler months to prepare your home for bushfire season … then say maybe. It’s so important to be prepared ahead of bushfire season – and why not use some time over Easter to start? Find out what you can do at
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Qld Fire & Emergency Apr 15
Cats beware, being stuck in a wall is a pity. But being saved by QFES – that’s one lucky kitty 🐱
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Qld Fire & Emergency Apr 15
What did one egg say to the other? Let’s hatch a fire escape plan! Take precautions to protect yourself, your family, and your home by creating a fire escape plan. It’s an eggcellent way to help improve your home’s fire-safety this Easter.
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Qld Fire & Emergency Apr 14
We’ll just leave this here...
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Qld Fire & Emergency Apr 10
There are many exciting and beautiful areas worth visiting right here in Queensland. Moreton Island is one such location. Here are a few pointers to ensure your safety on the world’s third largest sand island.
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Qld Fire & Emergency Apr 9
This is Thargomindah – drought declared one minute, flooded the next. SES crews swapped vehicles for a boat and got to work, checking on the community and transporting supplies.
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Craig Crawford MP Apr 8
Launching our statewide Operation Cool Burn program with Commissioner Katarina Carroll. Ask yourself: are you bushfire prepared? Prepare. Act. Survive.
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