MidCoast Council and Bureau of Meteorology notices published on Friday, March 19 | Manning River Hours

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MidCoast Council had to close Bulga Road following a major landslide. The landslide occurred approximately 2.3 km north of the Swans Road intersection. The council said it had informed all schools in the area and the local bus company. Please drive carefully through the area over the next few days, follow all signage and continue to check my traffic information for updates. The Bight Bridge in Wingham is closed to traffic. The floodwaters are believed to have passed through the bridge. The other roads closed today are: Black Flat Lane, Mount George; Charity Creek Bridge, Kimbriki Road, Mount George; Comboyne Road to Little Cedar Party Creek Bridge; Gunyah road; Koppin Yarrat Road, Upper Lansdowne; Place de l’Ornithorynque, Bobin; Railway Street, Taree at the underpass; Shorts route; Tinonee Road to Bight Bridge; Upper Lansdowne Road to Crittendens Bridge; Warrens Lane, Lansdowne; Failford Road, Failford; La Branche Lane, La Branche; The Bucketts Way in Stratford. Warnings are also in place on several roads due to water on the road. Check in throughout the day as the situation will undoubtedly change. Manning River: Moderate flooding may occur along the Manning River. The Manning River at Wingham could exceed the moderate flood level (8.90m) around 10pm Friday. The river level could peak at nearly 10.80 meters around 1 p.m. Saturday with moderate flooding. Other elevations are possible. The Manning River at Taree is expected to exceed the minor flood level (1.80m) around 3 p.m. Friday. The level of the river could exceed the moderate flood level (2.40 m) around 10 p.m. Friday and could peak at nearly 3.60 meters around 3 p.m. Saturday with moderate flooding. Other increases are possible. The Manning River at Croki Wharf is expected to exceed the minor flood level (1.50m) around 4 p.m. Friday. The river level could peak at nearly 2.20 meters overnight from Saturday to Sunday with minor flooding. Other elevations are possible. Gloucester River: Major flooding can occur along the Gloucester River. The Gloucester River in Gloucester was expected to peak near the major flood level (5.20 meters) around 2 p.m. Friday, with further rises possible. Remember, if it’s flooded, forget it!

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