With no recent rainfall in the catchment, flows in Canungra Creek have almost stopped, moving Canungra into level three drought response this afternoon.
A Gatton vegetable farm has welcomed a 28,000 litre top up to one of its dams following a donation by Urban Utilities.
A new sewer pipe has been fed 25m underneath the Centenary Motorway today, marking a major milestone in a $16m project to keep the traffic and wastewater flowing in Brisbane’s west.
Flows in Canungra Creek are approaching 0.5 megalitres per day, moving Canungra into level two drought response.
Despite the welcome rainfall in October, flows in Canungra Creek are continuing to drop and are currently sitting at just under three megalitres per day.
Urban Utilities has been advised an incident has occurred at Deshon Street in Woolloongabba while work was being carried out by a contractor on a sewer upgrade project.
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