The NSW SES advises people around Lake Conjola not to enter floodwater due to current hazardous flooding.
The SES has advised you should monitor the situation as it is constantly changing. Avoid floodwater for your safety.
Water levels on the lake have risen overnight due to severe weather, this has caused low lying
areas of Lake Conjola to be impacted by floodwaters.
The SES said this event may change quickly. We will monitor the situation and update our warnings if the
It’s advising if you have a Home and/or Business Emergency Plan, review it now, otherwise, have a
conversation and plan for what you will do and take with you if you need to evacuate.
Consider the consequences of road and bridge closures and water over roads and make alternate arrangements for work, children, and travel.
Plan your route carefully to avoid flooded roads and allow extra travel time.
Obey all signs about road closures and instructions from emergency services.
Avoid storm drains and pipes, ditches, ravines and rivers.
Never drive, walk, ride through, play or swim in floodwater – it is dangerous, toxic, and
may void your car insurance.
If it’s flooded, forget it. Fines apply.
The SES said share this information with family, friends, and neighbours and help others prepare