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Flooding - Upper Georges River Catchment

The Bow Bowing Bunbury Curran Creek catchment and its tributaries are mainly formalised and convey storm flows in a controlled manner.  Some of the older areas of Campbelltown are subject to flooding from overland flow which is not captured in the street drainage systems.  Due to the small size of the catchments, most of the flooding in Campbelltown is flash flooding with extreme flows rising and receding generally within 2 hours.  As such, advance warning is difficult and emergency response is mainly reactive.  Due to the nature of flooding and the type of development our catchments are highly susceptible to blockages.

 

  • Birunji Creek, Marsden Park, Campbelltown

    Birunji Creek, Marsden Park, Campbelltown

  • Birunji Creek, Marsden Park, Campbelltown

    Birunji Creek, Marsden Park, Campbelltown

  • Birunji Creek, Marsden Park, Campbelltown

    Birunji Creek, Marsden Park, Campbelltown

  • Birunji Creek, Marsden Park, Campbelltown

    Birunji Creek, Marsden Park, Campbelltown

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  • Birunji Creek, Marsden Park, Campbelltown

    Birunji Creek, Marsden Park, Campbelltown

  • Bunburry Curran Creek Minto

    Bunburry Curran Creek Minto

  • Bunburry Curran Creek, Leumeah

    Bunburry Curran Creek, Leumeah

  • Fisher's Ghost Creek, Bradbury

    Fisher's Ghost Creek, Bradbury

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