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*Flood update and service disruptions – Thursday, 31 January 2013


Despatch into all areas of Queensland, including Rockhampton, can resume today.


Normal services have resumed in the following areas, however delays can be expected as we process the large volume of backlogged freight:

• Mackay, Townsville and Cairns

• Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast with the exception of some hinterland locations

• Toowoomba

• Northern New South Wales, including Grafton and Lismore with the exception of some low lying farming areas.


The following areas of Queensland are still unserviceable in part or full, due to flooding and road closures:

• North Queensland: Rockhampton is expected to flood again today, keeping the Bruce Highway cut off to the north. We continue to use alternative routes to access Mackay, Townsville and Cairns.

• Bundaberg: This region remains in a state of emergency. We expect delivery services to be affected for some time.

• West of Toowoomba: Regions west of Toowoomba are still unserviceable due to localised flooding and road closures. At this stage there is no access past Dalby. The service difficulties in this region apply to both road and air freight.

• Brisbane: As the flood waters recede, previously closed suburbs are reopening and we are almost back to business as usual, however the outlying areas of Ipswich and Logan remain unserviceable.