The Queensland Government provides flood mapping information to councils and the local community. This assists in mitigating, preparing, responding and recovering from flood disasters across the state.
FloodCheck online map
The FloodCheck interactive map gives access to a wide range of flood information and data, which may be useful to the general community, business (e.g. insurance, property development), government agencies and the research community.
Please read the terms and conditions before using the FloodCheck map.
The FloodCheck online map lets you:
- view the likely extent of floodplains and historic floodlines
- access maps, reports, studies and data, including local government flood information, the Queensland floodplain assessment overlay, town and basin flood studies
- search for flood information by address, lot/plan, town, local government areas, drainage basins and gauges
- view inundation areas derived from flood studies related to gauge heights, modelled events and modelled actual events
- view flood and cyclone imagery where available and flood animation videos
- select from a range of base maps and use drawing and measuring tools.
Flood mapping implementation kit
The Flood mapping implementation kit (PDF, 877KB) will help local councils and local disaster management groups use flood mapping products to improve their disaster management and land use planning.
Guide to flood studies and mapping
The Guide for flood studies and mapping in Queensland (PDF, 2.5MB) is designed to promote a consistent approach to flood studies and mapping throughout the state.
For more information about how we can provide assistance with flood mapping or updating current information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For feedback and enquiries about the FloodCheck map, call 13 QGOV (13 74 68) or email email@example.com.
- Last reviewed: 13 Sep 2017
- Last updated: 15 Sep 2017