Beaches closed, ferry services unchanged as marine tsunami warning continues


Surf Life Saving Queensland (SLSQ) has closed its exposed patrolled beaches, including those on North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) on Redlands Coast, while the current marine tsunami warning remains in place.

Wellington Point Reserve beach, which is also patrolled by SLSQ, will remain open as usual due to its more protected nature.

Passenger and vehicular ferry services continue as usual to North Stradbroke Island, the Southern Moreton Bay Islands and Coochiemudlo Island.

Conditions continue to be closely monitored by emergency services agencies.

The marine tsunami warning in Queensland is from the Fraser Coast to the Queensland/New South Wales border.

It is a warning for dangerous rips, waves, strong ocean current and some localised overflow onto the immediate foreshore.

Please continue to monitor the BoM alerts