For information on Road Closures please visit the Roads & Traffic page.
For information on levels for the Murrumbidgee River and Billabong Creek click here.
Murrumbidgee Council has been declared a natural disaster area following the recent flooding. Disaster assistance has been released for the affected areas, for further details, please read the Media Release and Fact Sheet Below.
How has the flooding affected your business?
NSW Small Business Commissioner / Department of Industry Flood Relief and Recovery Survey:
If you’ve been affected by the September floods, please complete this Relief and Recovery Survey .
Small Biz Connect offers mobile business advisors who can meet you at a convenient location to discuss your needs and help you connect to other government services. To make an appointment call - 1300 134 359.
Disaster Recovery Assistance
Assistance is also being provided through the jointly-funded Commonwealth-State Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA).
Assistance under the NDRRA includes:
- help for eligible people whose homes or belongings have been damaged
- concessional interest rate loans for small businesses, primary producers and not-for-profit organisations
- freight subsidies for primary producers
- grants to not-for-profit organisations.
If you have been affected by the recent flooding, you may want to investigate some of the services and assistance that have been made available, including:
- assistance with livestock and animals
- household support
- insurance inquiries
- legal assistance
- mental health and crisis support
- housing assistance
- replacing certificates and licenses
You can find further details on the Emergency NSW website at www.emergency.nsw.gov.au.
Assistance for Primary Producers
NSW Department of Primary Industries (NSW DPI) and Local Land Services (LLS) co-ordinate and provide recovery assistance and advice to landholders, primary producers, commercial fishers and other industries.
You can find details on the Department of Primary Industries website at www.dpi.nsw.gov.au in the Climate and Emergencies section.