Emergency Information

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Emergency Information

Please note that road conditions change frequently and road users should exercise caution at all times.

Never enter or drive through​ flood waters.​

Residents requiring emergency help in floods and storms should call the SES on 132 500, and in life-threatening emergencies, call 000 (triple zero).

As road conditions are constantly changing, the information shown on the MyRoadInfo site may not represent the actual road condition. Please drive with caution at all times.

If you have information on roads affected by an emergency situation, please contact Council on 02 6648 4000.

For information on road conditions visit MyRoadInfo or download the app.

You can also access road information on the Live Traffic NSW Website.

Further information about how to prepare for and what to do in an emergency can be found on the SES website.