Dirranbandi will be surrounded by water until Friday

Helen Walker
Updated March 4 2020 - 2:42pm, first published 2:30pm
Clean Up: The Roma Rural Fire Service volunteers lent a helping hand at St George to wash all the slush and mud from the Balonne River bank. Picture: Julie Davies
Clean Up: The Roma Rural Fire Service volunteers lent a helping hand at St George to wash all the slush and mud from the Balonne River bank. Picture: Julie Davies

Floodwaters have passed the township of St George and are continuing to travel down the Balonne River, with the river peaking at 5.3 metres in Dirranbandi on Monday night.

Helen Walker

Helen Walker

Toowoomba-based Journalist

Helen is the Toowoomba-based journalist who loves nothing better than covering anything horse sport related, however she covers all commodities and personality yarns. Over the years she has lived in Brisbane, Rockhampton, Longreach and Roma filing stories for the 'bible of the bush'. Contact 0459 827414.

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