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The below photographic images are produced by a camera associated with a water level recorder managed by the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, and operated by Manly Hydraulics Laboratory, NSW Public Works. Clarence Valley Council gratefully acknowledges the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage and Manly Hydraulics Laboratory for access to these images.
These images are provided to enhance the community’s preparedness for disaster events. The image on this page shows the flood level gauge plates so residents can remotely monitor the levels of flooding in Grafton.
During normal conditions the camera images are updated every 1 hour and more frequently during potential flooding. Images are time and date stamped to enable people to tell when they were taken. Please note that the time stamp for the camera images is related to Australian Eastern Standard Time (EST), and there will be a 1 hour difference during the period of daylight saving (Eastern Standard Daylight Time).
The images on this page are provided from an automated system. There is no validation of this information. It is the responsibility of the internet user to make their own decision about the currency, accuracy and completeness of the information on this web page and the images. Clarence Valley Council, NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, and Manly Hydraulics Laboratory accept no responsibility for any loss or damage incurred as a result of this information or its use in any way.