The next flood will determine the extent of the damage inflicted on Pumicestone Passage and Golden Beach after the wild weather on Bribie Island. s banks.
Caloundra Coast Guard volunteer commander Roger Pearce said Tuesday morning’s flood could further damage the island’s shores.
« At the moment no channel is broken, the waves are breaking over the surface, » he said.
â ???? But there is a 2. Tomorrow at 2:00 a.m., so we might have another problem tomorrow at 8:30 a.m..
â ???? There is nothing we can do right now. I’m speaking to the council this afternoon, they could try making a sandbag. â ????
The council’s civil protection coordinator, Kathy Buck, said the council was still assessing the damage.
« It looks like it’s just an exaggeration, not a breakthrough, but full confirmation will come after the tide has fallen and we can make a full assessment. » She said.
The next hour will be critical in protecting Pumicestone Passage and Golden Beach after wild weather and swell broke the shores of Bribie Island.
A 2 m wide and 1 m deep hole at the north end of Bribie Island was discovered by a fisherman on Monday morning.
« We have an hour of swell and high tide, so it gets worse, » he said.
Mr Pearce said the falling tide could widen the hole, cause greater erosion and endanger the Golden Sands.
â ???? In a few hours the water will want to get out of the passage and it will be at a higher level in the passage than at the sea, so the water will flow back through this hole. a???? he said.
« Bells Creek and Roy » are much further down and the water from these areas is two hours after normal high tide. As soon as it turns around, if there’s a hole in the island, it flows out there. â ????
Mr Pearce said he and other Coast Guard volunteers were on their way to investigate the damage.
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