Water has subsided at Crofton Creek Bridge as at 7.30am Wednesday. Picture: Whitsunday Regional Council
Water has subsided at Crofton Creek Bridge as at 7.30am Wednesday. Picture: Whitsunday Regional Council

Wednesday roads update: Current alerts across Whitsundays

WEDNESDAY 7.30AM: Closures are still affecting some roads in the region and drivers are being urged to take care behind the wheel.

Water has subsided at Crofton Creek Bridge and Hamilton Plains, allowing traffic to proceed through.

Here are the current road alerts according to the Whitsunday Regional Council:

– Russells Crossing at Bowen: Flooding, road closed to all traffic, avoid the area

– Tondara Rd at Guthalungra: Flooding, all lanes affected, proceed with caution

– Murrays Bay Rd at Bowen: Flooding, all lanes affected, proceed with caution

– Strathmore Rd at Mount Wyatt: Flooding, road closed to all traffic, avoid the area

– Kings Beach Rd at Bowen: Flooding, all lanes affected, proceed with caution

– Kelsey Creek Rd at Kelsey Creek: Flooding, all lanes affected, proceed with caution

– Cedar Creek Falls Rd at Palm Grove: Flooding, road closed to all traffic, avoid the area

– Collingvale Rd at Gregory River: Flooding, road closed to all traffic, avoid the area

– Crystal Brook Rd at Crystal Brook: Flooding, all lanes affected, proceed with caution

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