Advice - Met
Warrandyte to Abbotsford
1623382895000Today at 1:41 PM
This Minor Flood Warning
is being issued
for the Yarra River from Warrandyte to Abbotsford.
- The level of the Yarra River at Templestowe is currently at 2.00 metres, and steady. It is expected to peak around the Minor Flood Level (3.50 metres) tomorrow evening.
- The level of the Yarra River at Heidelberg is currently at 4.86 metres, and steady. It is expected to peak around 7.7 metres, above the Minor Flood Level (6.00 metres), early Sunday morning (13 June 2021).
- The level of the Yarra River at Alphington is currently at 2.08 metres, and steady. It is expected to peak around 3.8 metres, above the Minor Flood Level (3.00 metres), on Sunday afternoon.
- The level of the Yarra River at Abbotsford is currently at 1.79 metres, and steady. It is expected to peak around 3.6 metres, above the Minor Flood Level (2.70 metres), on Sunday afternoon.
Stay informed - monitor your
local conditions and remain alert.
What you should do:
- Be prepared to act if your situation changes.
- You should stay informed by listening to emergency
broadcasters and monitoring warnings.
Impacts in your area:
Minor flooding in the Yarra River catchment is expected to affect low-lying areas adjacent to the waterway including bicycle paths.
This message was issued
by State Emergency Service
next update is expected by 11/06/2021 05:30 pm or as the situation changes.
- Go to www.emergency.vic.gov.au.
in to ABC Local Radio, commercial and designated community radio stations, or
Sky News TV.
- Phone the VicEmergency Hotline to talk to someone about this warning on 1800 226 226 (freecall).
who are deaf, hard of hearing, or who have a speech/communication impairment
can contact VicEmergency
Hotline via the National Relay Service on 1800 555 677.
help with English, phone the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450 (freecall) and ask them to telephone VicEmergency Hotline. If you know someone who cannot speak English, provide them with this
- Download the VicEmergency app or follow VicEmergency on Twitter (#vicfloods) or Facebook.