Redland City Council is urging residents and visitors to be alert and take care along
coastal areas, especially on North Stradbroke Island, during the next few days due to
severe weather high tide warnings.
Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said a severe weather warning for abnormally high
tides had been issued by the Bureau of Meteorology and further updates and information
is available on their website at www.bom.gov.au or by calling 1300 659 219.
“The forecasted weather conditions could see water levels on the high tide exceed the
highest tide of the year,” Cr Williams said.
“Powerful surf and high tides may lead to strong currents, beach erosion and local
inundation of low lying foreshore areas.
“The warning advises the conditions will occur late morning high tide for the next few
days, peaking on Saturday.
“If you live in foreshore or low lying areas, by rivers, or near a creek, be prepared for some
“North Stradbroke Island residents and visitors, especially beach area campers, should
be extra vigilant.”
Be High Tide Alert:
- Stay well away from the water’s edge
- Avoid driving, walking or riding through flood waters
- Keep clear of creeks and storm drains
- Stay tuned to the Bureau of Meteorology and the media for updates
- Always follow instructions provided by emergency services.
For emergency assistance contact the SES on 132 500.
Follow updates provided on social media channels Facebook and Twitter by SES at
www.facebook.com/QldSES or www.twitter.com/qldses. Always contact 000 in a life
The following high tides for the morning are expected around the Redlands:
- Location: Thurs 13 Dec // Fri 14 Dec // Sat 15 Dec // Sun 16 Dec
- Point Lookout: 8:00am // 8:49am // 9:37am // 10:24am
- Dunwich 9:31am // 10:20am // 11:08am // 11:55am
- Cleveland Point: 9:33am // 10:22am // 11:10am // 11:57am
- Wellington Point: 9:14am // 10:03am // 10:51am // 11:38am
- Victoria Point: 9:34am // 10:23am // 11:11am // 11:58am