Queensland floods, Port Douglas sunshine!

Parts of Brisbane, Central Queensland, the Outback, Southern Downs and Granite Belt, Toowoomba and Darling Downs, Western Downs, South Burnett and the Lockyer Valley are currently affected by flooding and access is restricted in these areas. For information on latest conditions visit www.qld.gov.au/floods or http://131940.qld.gov.au for the latest road updates.

Most tourism businesses in Bundaberg, Gladstone, Agnes Water and 1770, including Mon Repos Turtle Experience, Bargara beaches, Lady Elliot Island and Lady Musgrave Island, are now open and returning to normal business operation. There may however be some limited local road access.

The Gold Coast, Whitsundays, Mackay, Townsville and Tropical North Queensland are currently accessible and most tourism operations in these regions are open for business. This includes beaches, island resorts, accommodation providers, tours and attractions.

Most tourism operations on the Sunshine Coast and Fraser Coast are currently open; however localised flooding has affected road access in some of these areas.

With the exception of Rockhampton Airport, all Queensland airports are currently open. For the latest updates on road closures and travel information visit 131940.qld.gov.au, or visit the Bureau of Meteorology  to check weather forecasts for our region.

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