Cadgee Bridge on Eurobodalla Road has been washed away, a Eurobodalla Shire Council spokeswoman said.
Lifesaver 23 and the SES flew over the area on Wednesday, January 6, and shared this video of the former Cadgee crossing.
The Cadgee and Nerragundah areas, south-west of Moruya, and Bodalla have been particularly hard hit in the shire’s flooding crisis.
Belowra resident Yvonne Thomson said her family family farm was flooded in with only intermittent satellite coverage.
She said they had recorded 295mm of rain so far and water was over the bridges and camping area.
“The water is off Belimbla Bridge and Gulph Creek Bridge this morning so residents and visitors can exit to the coast via Nerrigundah and then have to take the Ridge Road out, as Eurobodalla/Tyrone Bridge is still under,” Mrs Thomson said on Wednesday at midday.
She said the only exit via Numerella and Cooma was blocked as Woila Creek Causeway was “a torrent”.
On the bright side, there was “no threat of bush fires”.
Bodalla: Bumbo Road at Snake Flat - CLOSED
Bodalla: Cemetery Bridge, Eurobodalla Road - CLOSED
Bodalla: Murphys Bridge, Eurobodalla Road - CLOSED
Bodalla: Silo Farm Bridge, Comerang Road - CLOSED
Cadgee: Cadgee Bridge, Eurobodalla Road - CLOSED
Congo: Congo Road causeway - CLOSED
Mogo: Quart Pot Rd at Corrigans Crossing - CLOSED
Moruya: Donald’s Creek Road rock causeway - CLOSED
Moruya: Dwyer’s Creek Road, causeway near Spring Creek Road - CLOSED
Moruya: Kiora Bridge, Araluen Road - CLOSED
Moruya: Wamban Road, second bridge at boundary of National Parks - CLOSED
Narooma: Gulph Creek Road, causeway - CLOSED
Narooma: Wild Horse Creek Road, off Tilba Punkalla Road - CLOSED
Nelligen: Old Bolaro Road causeway - CLOSED
Nerrigundah: Tyrone Bridge, Nerrigundah Mountain Road - CLOSED
Tilba: Sunnyside Road - CLOSED