Christmas Recipes


Christmas is a time of sharing. It can also be an incredibly stressful time, especially for those left with the responsibility of organising everything! We’ve compiled some delicious Christmas starter recipes, that will make you the star of the day!


Champagne Sangria

Champagne-SangriaPut 1/2 nip of Bacardi in a well chilled champagne glass. Fill glasses with equal amounts of chilled pink lady apple juice and Champagne.

Watermelon and Raspberry Cooler

Watermelon-Raspberry-CoolerPlace 4 cupfuls of watermelon flesh in a blender with 150g frozen raspberries and 1/3 cup vodka. Blend until smooth. Top up with lemonade.

Christmas Shortbread Cookies

Shortbread-CookiesPlace butter, sugar, and vanilla in bowl and beat with an electric mixer until light and creamy. Add sifted flours and beat until mixture starts to form a ball. Wrap mixture in gladwrap and refrigerate for 15 minutes. Roll mixture to 5mm thickness and use a Christmas cutter to cut out shapes. Bake in a 160 degree oven until light brown. Melt chocolate in a bowl in the microwave for 2 minutes, in 30 second increments, stirring each time. Pour melted chocolate in a ziplock bag and snip a little off one corner. Drizzle over cookies.

Prawn Arancini

Prawn-AranciniHeat butter and olive oil in a saucepan. Add garlic and leek and cook until leek has softened. Add rice and wine to saucepan, stir until liquid is reduced. Stir in stock and simmer for 15 min until liquid is absorbed and rice is tender. Stir in prawns, lemon rind and parsley and cook for a further 2 min. Remove from heat and stir in parmesan. Transfer to a bowl and refrigerate for 15 minutes. Place flour, egg and breadcrumbs into separate bowls. Roll the cooled risotto into 12 balls. Toss each ball into flour, shake off excess. Coat in egg then roll into the breadcrumbs. Heat oil in a deep saucepan and deep fry for 3-4 minutes each. Serve with aioli on the side. This recipe is also good with either flaked salmon or trout in place of the prawns.

Italian Cobloaf

Italian-Cobloaf-RecipeCut the top third from the cob loaf. Scoop out the bread inside (in one piece if possible), leaving a 2cm thick wall. Cut top and base of cobloaf into smaller portions. Place all pieces of cobloaf on a baking tray. Spray base of cobloaf, along with the other smaller portions with olive oil and cook in 160 degree oven for 10 min or until crisp. Cook salami and garlic in a saucepan for 3 minutes. Add olives, sundried tomatoes, tomato paste, cream cheese and grated cheese and stir until melted. Add cream cheese mixture to the base of cob loaf.
December 23, 2017 |

Dear Alice


Christmas isn’t merry for everyone……


Dear Alice,
Every year the whole family goes to my sisters for Christmas day. My partner and kids are worried about going because it always ends in tears. We want to do the big family lunch thing but everyone tends to drink too much and fight over old family drama. I don’t know what to do. Help!
– Sandy

Hi Sandy,
It’s a common assumption that Christmas brings joy but for a lot of families coming together might not always be for the best. Preparing for the day is enough to stress anyone out, not to mention sitting around without much else to do than argue over Grandma’s will. Firstly, you need to create a plan and inform your partner and kids of how it is going to play out. Lay the ground work early. Let your sister and family know that you can only stay for a few hours because you are going to visit a friend that lives far away. Have a set time that you must leave by; this will make leaving on the day easier. Next, if you can summon the courage on the day, Speak up! Make a speech and reflect on how important your family is to you. At the end of the speech, state that you want everyone to be happy and ask that they set aside their differences for the day and avoid those nasty topics. Lastly, try some practical tactics. Like playing board games and making a seasonal cocktail for everyone with only half-strength alcohol. Diverting people’s attention and lowering the alcohol level could add a few extra hours of peace. Lastly, if the traditional Christmas plan isn’t working out perhaps it is time to consider a destination holiday for yourself, partner and children.
Best of Luck,
Stay Sane.


December 19, 2017 |

Moreton Bay Region’s Best Camping Spots


The Moreton Bay Region offers some of the most scenic locations in Queensland to holiday, from the famous Pumicestone Passage to our stunning National Parks, our scenic seaside and our lakes and dams.


This list is for everyone, from the beginner camper to the seasoned ‘bushie’, we’ve found the best places to provide the serenity you need to unwind and relax these holidays! If you’re a novice camper, check out the camping tips at the bottom of the article. 

Bongaree-Caravan-ParkBongaree Caravan Park
Opposite Pumicestone Passage

Bongaree Caravan Park offers a tranquil base from which to enjoy all that Bribie Island has to offer. Just across the road from the famous Pumicestone passage, home to wildlife such as dolphins, dugongs and turtles. The park has a variety of accommodation, from camping to caravans, as well as on site holiday villas and cottages. Enjoy spectacular views of Pumicestone Passage, the Glasshouse Mountains and the Redcliffe Peninsula. Swimming is very popular for all ages in the calm water beaches. There is great fishing, a number of walking paths to explore the area plus it’s within walking distance to local shops & restaurants.

To find out more, head to –

Ocean-Beach-Camping-AreaOcean Beach Camping Area
Close to Woorim Beach, Bribie Island

Ocean Beach Camping Area is located 16km to 19km north of the beach access point on North Street, Woorim. The camping area is in a prime location on the Eastern side of the island with Freshwater Creek nearby. If you’re an avid fisher, this is the spot for you! The campsites do vary a fair bit between sites with a combination of sand, dirt and some grass. The camp sites just behind the dunes are accessible from defined track entrances, make sure to use these and do not drive over dunes. Camping is not allowed in the foredunes or on the beach. The site is 4wd drive access only and you will need a vehicle access permit.

To learn more, visit –

Jack-Purton-Neurum-Creek-Bush-RetreatNeurum Creek Bush Retreat
Borders D’Aguilar National Park

Neurum Creek Bush Retreat provides dog friendly camping grounds. Enjoy the great outdoors with many activities including trail walking, swimming, canoeing, and much more! The township of Woodford is a twelve minute drive away, where you’ll find friendly service and advice as well as being able to cater for your needs be it food, refreshments, fuel, restaurants, etc. The site of the famous “Woodford Folk Festival” is only fifteen minutes away. If you book a campsite for the week leading up to Christmas, expect a visit from Santa and the local firies! Campsite owners, Simon and Tracey, are also gearing up to host Australia Day with live music and more! Image courtesy Jack Purton.

For more information, visit –

Scouts-Camping-GlampingMurrenbong Scout Campsite 
Peaceful Camping Setting

Located just thirty minutes north of Brisbane in the spectacular suburb of Kurwongbah is the gorgeous Murrebong Campsite. Known for its traditional bush camping, walking trails and large dam, the Scouts QLD campsite offers a peaceful setting for even the most basic camper to spend a few days to recharge and get away from the hustle and bustle of life. The campsite offers bush camping, non-powered sites and has a bunk hut and dining hall/kitchen for larger groups that wish to stay onsite. Bookings are essential and can be made with the onsite staff.

Booking contact details – or (07) 3285 5408

Middle-Cobble-CreekMiddle Kobble Bush Camp
Hikers Dream

Middle Cobble Bush Camp is a remote bush campsite in an open grassy area next to Kobble Creek, in the remote northern section of D’Aguilar National Park. This campsite is for the more experienced campers as it is walk-in camping only. A short walk takes you to the top of Kobble Creek waterfall. Keep an eye out for the prehistoric-looking Lepidozamia (cycads) on your walk to the bush camp. Skinks and keelbacks (freshwater snakes) can be seen basking on the rocks at the top of Kobble Creek waterfall. Bottlebrush plants flower along the creek beside the bush camp site in Spring make for a stunningly scenic hike. Image courtesy of Rolo.

Search for the campsite via –

Donnybrook-Caravan-ParkDonnybrook Caravan Park
Quiet Seaside Spot

If boating and fishing is your thing, Donnybrook Caravan Park provides the perfect get-away holiday in a peaceful seaside village. Launch your boat from the adjacent boat ramp and cruise out into the picturesque Pumicestone Passage for a relaxing or fun-filled day on the water. Return to your caravan in the afternoon and enjoy a relaxing barbeque or head to the local bowls club for a meal. A general store and post office across the road and a take-away next door provide for your basic needs. This spot is perfect for the keen fisherman!

To find out more and book a site, visit –

Worldsaway-RetreatWorldsaway Retreat
View of Glass House Mountains and Moreton Bay

Set on 40 acres of pristine land in the hinterland of Ocean View, the retreat overlooks the Glass House Mountains and Moreton Bay. Worldsaway Retreat is a 10-minute drive from the yesteryear town of Dayboro and quaint village of Mt Mee. Wineries, restaurants and Mt Mee State Park are all nearby. You’re offered a stunning, open space to relax, unwind and re-energise. Right in the midst of nature, Worldsaway Retreat is a sanctuary to soothe your soul, your body and your mind. If you’re not a fan of pitching a tent, you can always choose the glamping option of their self-contained cabins. The surreal, breath-taking views will seize you with the amazing Glass House Mountains, ocean, islands, waterfalls, valleys and forests. It’s almost unbelievable.

To learn more –

Camping-Moreton-Bay-RegionBaden Powell Park Scout Campsite
Nestled away in Samford Valley

The beautiful Baden Powell Park campsite, owned by Scouts QLD, is a 150-acre leafy green site within walking distance of the quaint Samford Village. The site boasts a 25 metre swimming pool, endless walking tracks, hot water showers and a large dam with plenty of fish to catch! They also have equipment for hire, such as mountain bikes. There are various accommodation options available to public campers, so if you prefer the glamping option, you can hire a bell tent. Bunk huts are also available or powered sites for you to park your caravan. Bookings are essential and the campsite is sometimes not available due to Scouting events.

Please check availability through the Scouts QLD Bookings Office – or (07) 3721 5737

Toorbul-Caravan-ParkToorbul Caravan Park
Boaters and Fishers Dream

Boating and fishing in the adjacent pristine waters of the Pumicestone Passage makes Toorbul Caravan Park the ideal getaway spot for the fishing and water sports enthusiast. Boat ramp, fishing supplies, convenience store and tavern are all within 400 metres of the park in this peaceful, seaside community. Kangaroos wandering the streets in the late afternoon make this a unique holiday location! The park offers good facilities for caravan and campers, including a BBQ area, large amenities block and a coin operated laundry. It is recommended that bookings be made well in advance to ensure availability of a site.

For more information, visit –


– Always take plenty of fresh drinking water. A lot of campsites only offer non-potable water, which is fine for bathing and extinguishing campfires. If you need to use the water for drinking, it MUST be boiled for a minimum of ten minutes.
– Not all campsites allow campfires, so it is best to check beforehand. It is also advisable to check whether there are any current fire bans in place.
– Bring firewood. Often you will see roadside signs with local residents selling pre-cut wood. It is ILLEGAL to collect wood (even dead branches) in National Parks and you could face a hefty fine if caught! Campfires must be contained and extinguished properly with water. Wildfires can start from embers. Be responsible!
– Ensure you deflate your tyres for beach driving, around 16psi is the standard. Check the tides guide!
– 50+ Sunscreen, Bushmans 40 deet (insect repellant), a fully stocked first aid kit, a pair of thongs for showering, torches and a packet of baby wipes are absolute essentials.
– Do not feed the native wildlife! Ensure all food is secured and away from the reach of all wildlife or you may find it all gone whilst you are away from the campsite or sleeping.
– It pays to look around for ant nests and insect holes prior to pitching tents and gazebos.
– Arrive at your campsite while there is still plenty of daylight, setting up camp can be quite time consuming and setting up in the dark isn’t as fun as it might sound.
– Some campsites don’t offer rubbish disposal, pack some garbage bags and make sure your campsite has no rubbish laying around before leaving.
– Lay a ground sheet (most tents come with one) or a tarp at the entrance to the tent and make it a no shoe zone. This prevents a lot of dirt inside the tent and makes for a more comfortable sleep.
– It’s a good idea to leave the netting on the tent entrance zipped up at all times, except for entering and exiting, unless you want to share a bed with snakes, spiders and mosquitoes!
– Make a list of what you intend to pack but bear in mind that you’ll likely still forget something! Don’t forget the coffee!
– Check yourself for ticks!
– Enjoy the serenity!

December 18, 2017 |

Christmas & New Year Horoscopes


These horoscopes are fun and surprisingly accurate, especially if you read your rising sign.


AriesAries March 21 – April 20: Don’t go too hard on the Xmas bevvies, lest you end up asleep under the table and miss all the fun. Overindulging will leave you feeling not just physically overloaded, but is likely to come with an extra serving of guilt. Keep your body moving and you’ll enjoy the day much more.You’ll definitely be in the mood to do something out of the ordinary to celebrate the new year. If 2017 didn’t go the way you’d hoped, make your 2018 resolutions bold and ambitious/drastic. Push hard early in the year and settle into new habits by May. Saturn’s move into your career sector means it’s time to work it. If you’ve been toying with a career goal, now is the time to knuckle down and get serious about it. It’ll be hard work, but Saturn offers real rewards in return.

TaurusTaurus April 21 – May 21: You’re definitely feeling the festive vibe on Xmas Day and will relish being surrounded by family, friends, and even a few randoms. Later in the day though, it’s probably all become too much and you’ll yearn for time alone. Give yourself the gift of some solo celebration time. There’s a lot of psychic substance available to propel your new year’s resolutions from mere dreams into the physical reality. Friends and partners are supportive of where you’d like to go and what you’d like to explore. Once you get going, you’ll be unstoppable. Saturn’s move into Capricorn is good news for you and brings a focus on pragmatic learning. You might decide a formal qualification is required or find yourself in a situation where is it is expected. Don’t take any shortcuts on your learning journey.

GeminiGemini May 22 – June 21: Have your Xmas to-do list on hand. There’s a lot of things to remember and your planetary ruler, Mercury, isn’t exactly helping as the retrograde period comes to an end. Any help offered might actually make it trickier. Do your best, forget the rest, and you’ll have a fantastic day. There could be a spot of romance on new year’s eve or at the very least an interesting exchange of ideas. Don’t try to pin anything (or anyone) down yet – least of all yourself. The sense of possibility is ripe and you’ll enjoy the change to apply all your Geminian flexibility. Saturn comes bearing the gift of self-reliance, although at times you’ll certainly wish you could get a refund on this present. Discrepancies in values will be exposed during this transit and bring up uncomfortable matters such as debt and inheritance.

CancerCancer June 22 – July 23: The stability of long term relationships are highlighted on Xmas Day as Venus moves into your partnership sector. If you’re currently single, this could make you feel a lonely. Couples see their relationship exactly as it is – maybe not as romantic as it used to be, but secure and stable. The new year opens under romantic stars. While you may prefer to stick close to home, there are good times to be had socially, particularly if you pursue the hobbies and activities that make your soul sing. Relax and enjoy. Commitment and responsibility in your relationship are highlighted by Saturn. This is when ‘for better or worse’ gets tested in marriage. For singles, casual romantic opportunities wither, but there is the potential for deeper commitment.

LeoLeo July 24 – Aug 23: You know how to put on a show, Leo, and you also know the magic of Xmas just doesn’t happen by itself. There’s a lot of work behind the scenes to pull of this day without a hitch. Relax a little and let go a little to fully enjoy the day. Starting early on those new year resolutions addresses niggling worries about your health or long-term finances. Make note of your gut feeling and leads to follow up, then you can relax and enjoy the summer festivities and circle back later. Hard work and daily responsibilities feel weightier thanks to Saturn. Setting good boundaries and healthy habits, particularly around work and self-care should be your top priority. Efficiency is everything.

VirgoVirgo Aug 24 – Sept 23: Xmas is a great day to be a Virgo. Because you pay attention to the details and have it all sorted early, you can just relax and enjoy the day. This year children and the young at heart will bring you extra fun. New year is a time to set your intent for how you want to go forth at work and at home. Has there been some inner tension as you attempt to find balance between these important areas of life? You’ll find the answer creeps in during the quiet moments when you are content and enjoying yourself. Creative discipline becomes your mantra during Saturn’s stay in Capricorn. Nothing is ‘just for fun’ while you are learning to express yourself in a sophisticated and enduring way. Don’t bother gambling.

LibraLibra Sept 24 – Oct 23: Do your visiting early and aim to spend the bulk of the day either at home or with your family. Watch the Xmas tipple as it’s likely to go straight to your head and aggravate any health conditions. Home is the focus as you ring in the new year. Hosting a party would be the perfect way to celebrate with your family and closest friends. Conversation will flow widely and freely. One-on-one relationships have a new year surprise up their sleeve. Family responsibilities, parents, and parenting require your commitment and hard work during Saturn’s stay in Capricorn.  This is a time to sure up your inner resources and ensure you have a solid foundation / home base.

ScorpioScorpio Oct 24 – Nov 22: You’re totally ready to get amongst the festivities and have an awesome day. You might receive a gift or two that isn’t quite right for you. Perhaps you can return or regift. That won’t get in the way of you having a good time, especially time in the pool or by the water. A surprise comes in your health and/or work routines around new year’s eve, but you’re feeling fit and motivated to handle whatever comes your way. Even if the post-Xmas credit card statement brings a few worries, you know what you need to do. Saturn turns his tests to your attitudes and thought processes and how they influence your engagement with your immediate environment. Your communication, in particular, will be honed through challenging situations and hard work.

SagittariusSagittarius Nov 23 – Dec 21: It wouldn’t be Xmas without you dropping a clanger, wouldn’t it? With Mercury stationing direct in your sign on the 23rd, this year’s truthbomb is likely to become a family legend. Stick close to home with those that know and love you. New Year’s Eve is a great time for you to get out and meet people. Surprise romance is a possibility for some lucky archers. If you meet someone new who makes your heart skip a beat, enjoy the magic of the moment without too much thought of the future. Saturn tightens the belt in your income sector and reminds you that every penny counts. This isn’t meant to make you miserly, that would be doing it wrong. Make a realistic assessment of value. Purchase with durability and function in mind.

CapricornCapricorn Dec 22 – Jan 20: Cast the net a little wider this Xmas and enjoy the company of not only your extended family, but also your neighbours and broader social networks. Venus moves into your sign on Xmas Day which boosts your popularity and helps you make valuable connections. Keep your health in mind as you celebrate new year’s eve.  Enjoy the benefits of attending to your best routine and you’ll fully enjoy the party atmosphere and be in the best position to adapt to surprise developments in your family. Saturn comes home to your sign and you feel back in your element – pulled together and ready to take on the challenges coming your way. If you’re not sure that you have what it takes, this a great time to rebuild from the inside out.

AquariusAquarius Jan 21 – Feb 19: You’re a little more quiet and introspective than usual this Xmas as you connect to the greater spiritual significance of the celebration. That may mean a religious significance for some, but all Aquarians there’s the chance to ponder the human condition. New year’s eve has you ready to kick up your heels and enjoy the good life with your friends. There’s plenty of fun conversation to be had, so let yourself relax and play with the wild ideas you cook up as a group. Saturn is about to do a thorough audit on all those skeletons in your closet. This is a time of honest review and assessment as cycles come to a close. Assessing the structures you’ve created and clearing away failures prepares you for future progress.

PiscesPisces Feb 20 – March 20: Xmas brings connection to your family, of blood and soul, both near and far. There may be more than the usual communication congestion as Mercury’s station almost guarantees technical difficulties contacting loved ones far away. Locals may arrive to Xmas lunch late. You’re feeling peaceful and relaxed as the new year rolls around. You intuitively understand what the people around you are feeling, which helps your new year’s gathering be enjoyed by all. In 2018, Saturn asks you to commit to your goals and focus your efforts on building long-term stable support to help get you there. Education and learning new skills help get your there, as will creating purposeful social networks.

Summer Skywatch

4th Dec – Full moon in Gemini (exact at 1:46 am so best viewed at night on 3rd)
4th Dec – Mercury stations retrograde
18th Dec – New moon in Sagittarius (exact at 4:30pm)
20th Dec – Saturn into Capricorn (new long term influence – until March 2020)
21st Dec – Sun into Capricorn
23rd Dec – Mercury stations direct
2nd Jan – Full moon in Cancer (exact at 12:24pm)
17th Jan – New moon in Capricorn (exact at 12:17pm)
20th Jan – Sun into Aquarius

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December 10, 2017 |

HELP needed for Farm Animal Rescue


Can you help Farm Animal Rescue raise $50,000 to help them to continue to care for their animals over the next six months, while they navigate the uncertainty and work towards opening their gates to the public once again in 2018?

Can-you-help-Farm-Animal-RescueThe not-for-profit organisation has been disallowed from opening their gates to the community by the Queensland Government until urgently needed roadworks at the front of the farm commence.

The road is owned by the Queensland Government, and whilst this issue has been flagged, no funding for the road upgrade has been allocated by the Government at this stage.

FAR has been under severe pressure, forced to close their gates and suspend their popular Open Days which have been vital to raise community awareness about the lives of farm animals, and to raise funds to help care, feed and shelter their animal residents, following the Queensland Government’s demand for FAR to pay $300,000 to upgrade the State owned Dayboro Road at the front of the farm. State Government election promises may assist the situation down the track, however, FAR’s immediate future is uncertain.

The government’s indefinite Visitor Ban remains until the Dayboro roadworks commence, which could be anytime from 6-18 months.

FAR needs to raise $50,000 to continue to care for, feed and shelter our farm animal residents over the next six
months. This will also enable them to utilise their small cash reserve to help get the roadwork started if required, instead of having to sacrifice the operating costs that support their animals.

FAR’s mission is to create a compassionate world. Five years’ young, they’re only just getting started. Please help to support their animal residents by helping keep their sanctuary open with a donation.

$2,010 was raised in the first 24 hours of their crowd funding campaign – if they can raise this amount daily between now and the next 30 days, they will exceed their $50,000 target to help FAR continue to care for their animals over the next six months.

FAR would like to say THANK YOU to all of the generous people who have already donated!

You can donate as little as $5 to this wonderful cause at –

December 7, 2017 |

Bureau of Meteorology Issues Initial Flood Watch


An Initial Flood Watch has been issued for coastal catchments between Gladstone and the New South Wales Border.

The first flood watch, issued by the Bureau of Meteorology this morning, indicates that minor flooding across a large swathe of catchments, including Pine and Caboolture Rivers and their tributaries, is possible.

The Bureau released a video yesterday, detailing the impacts, with Southern States, New South Wales and Victoria, likely to experience the worst of the impacts.

Parts of Queensland will begin to see the effects of the trough from Sunday and into Monday. Rainfall during the past week has primed local catchments for future level rises.

Widespread 24 hour rainfall totals of 30-70mm are possible about coastal catchments south of Gladstone during Sunday and Monday. Isolated heavier falls in the range of 80-180mm are possible each day, these fall are expected from severe thunderstorms embedded in the trough. Severe Thunderstorm Warnings will be issued by the Bureau of Meteorology during the event as required. You can view all Queensland warnings here.


The warning is as follows:


Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland

Initial Flood Watch for coastal catchments between Gladstone and the New South Wales Border

Issued at 11:12 am EST on Friday 1 December 2017

Flood Watch Number: 1

Minor flooding is possible across the Flood Watch area.

A trough system and an associated band of showers and storms will move into the southwest of the state during Friday, shifting gradually eastwards across the state during the weekend. The associated band of showers and storms will likely clear the coast on Tuesday.

Rainfall during the past week has wetted up some coastal catchments meaning river level rises are likely.

Widespread 24 hour rainfall totals of 30-70mm are possible about coastal catchments south of Gladstone during Sunday and Monday.

Isolated heavier falls in the range of 80-180mm are possible each day with severe thunderstorms. Severe Thunderstorm Warnings will be issued during the event as required.

Minor flooding is possible across the Flood Watch area and isolated heavy rainfall may lead to localised flooding.

Rainfall totals and river level rises are expected to be significantly lower than those experienced in the Wide Bay catchments in October, and certainly nothing comparable to the widespread rainfall and flooding seen in Cyclone Debbie.

The Flood Watch area will be refined as the location of the heaviest rainfall becomes more certain.

Catchments likely to be affected include:

Calliope River
Boyne River
Baffle Creek
Kolan River
Burnett River
Burrum and Cherwell Rivers
Mary River
Noosa River
Sunshine Coast Rivers and Creeks
Pine and Caboolture Rivers
Upper Brisbane River
Lower Brisbane River
(Tributaries of the lower Brisbane River only.)
Logan and Albert Rivers
Gold Coast Rivers and Creeks

See to view the current flood warnings for Queensland.

Flood Safety Advice:

This Flood Watch means that people living or working along rivers and creeks should monitor the latest weather forecasts and warnings.

  • 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.

Current emergency information is available at

This advice is also available by dialling 1300 659 219 at a low call cost of 27.5 cents, more from mobile, public and satellite phones.

Warning, rainfall and river information are available at

December 1, 2017 |
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