The Eurobodalla Shire has swapped its bushfire emergency for a wetter one, as heavy rain and a rising king tide affect coast and inland areas.
The king tide is due in Batemans Bay at about 9.40am, keeping creeks swollen until the tide begins to ebb.
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Eurobodalla Council crews opened McLeods Creek at Surfside and prepared Joes Creek in Batehaven to self-open, a spokeswoman said.
The Moruya CBD and surrounding residential areas lost power on Sunday evening, but a free youth concert went ahead at the golf club on generator power. The event was organised to compensate young people for "the worst summer ever".
More details as they come to hand.
Eurobodalla Shire Council has issued the following advice:
Heavy rain and expected high tides could combine in coming days to bring flooding to low lying coastal areas in Eurobodalla.
NSW SES has issued a Flood Watch for the coast from the Hunter to the Bega rivers. This means people living or working along rivers and streams must monitor the latest weather forecasts and warnings and be ready to move to higher ground should flooding develop.
Eurobodalla's Emergency Operations Centre has moved from fire watch to alert for potential flooding. NSW SES is the combat agency.
We'll keep you up to date here with road closures and information from NSW SES.
Keep an eye on the BOM's Flood Watch
Monitor the SES advice here.
Read this excellent NSW SES info for residents to prepare for flooding
Be prepared to lose power at home or work.
Local roads already have water over them - please take extra care driving, drive with lights on, reduce your speed, and leave plenty of room between you and the car ahead.
Don't drive, ride or walk through flood waters.
To mitigate urban flooding, Eurobodalla Council crews have already opened McLeods Creek at Surfside and prepared Joes Creek in Batehaven to self-open.
Council's water and sewer systems have been prepared to run without power
For emergency help in floods and storms call SES on 132 500