As Cyclone Oma approaches Queensland's southern coast as a CAT 1 your safety is first priority, and we encourage you to stay in touch with local authorities and heed all safety warnings and instructions.
Tropical Cyclone Oma is expected to move slowly southwest over the Coral Sea during the next couple of days. Abnormally high tides, dangerous surf, heightened sea state and strengthening winds are expected along the southern Queensland coast ahead of Oma.
Conditions can change quickly and we recommend you keep up to date on the latest forecast for your area on the Bureau of Meteorology's website.
We would like to take this opportunity to remind you of some of the ways that may help you prepare your family and property for the weather conditions ahead.
If you have time and it is safe, please take necessary precautions including, but not limited to the following:
REMEMBER - RAINFALL IS NOT EXPECT TO BE EXTREME HOWEVER THE GAIL FORCE WINDS ARE LIKELY TO BRING DOWN POWERLINES
Electrical - Rylec Qld Mob: 0437 435 411
Plumbing - Boss Plumbing Mob: 0415 272 227
Gas - Shawn Mob: 0408 775 285