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This is a Final Minor Flood Warning for The Seven & Castle Creeks at Euroa


Minor flooding is no longer occurring along the Seven Creeks at Euroa and no further flooding is expected in the Seven and Castle Creeks catchments. 

In the 24 hours to 9:00 am Thursday, rainfall totals of less than 1 mm have been recorded in the Seven and Castle Creeks catchments. No significant rainfall is forecast for the remainder of Thursday. 

Castle Creek: 
The Castle Creek at Telfords Bridge is currently at 0.47 metres (minor flood level 1.20 m) and steady. 

Seven Creeks to Euroa: 
No further flooding is expected in the Seven Creeks to Euroa. The Seven Creeks at Strathbogie is currently 1.06 m (minor flood level 1.50 m) and steady. 

The Seven Creeks at Euroa peaked at 2.57 metres around 03:15 pm Wednesday 21 July and is currently at 2.18 metres (minor flood level is 2.50 m) and steady. The Seven Creeks at Euroa is expected to remain below the minor flood level (2.50 m) during Thursday.
Stay informed - monitor your local conditions and remain alert.
What you should do: 
  • Be prepared to act if your situation changes. 
Impacts in your area: 
  • Damage to roads and buildings caused by flooding may still exist in your area. 
This message was issued by State Emergency Service.

This will be the last warning for this flood. 

Flood information: 
Emergency contacts: 
Stay informed: 
  • Go to www.emergency.vic.gov.au.
  • Tune into 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).
  • People 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.
  • For 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 number.
  • Download the VicEmergency app or follow VicEmergency on Twitter (#vicfloods) or Facebook.