Photo from the February floods in the region.

Photo from the February floods in the region.

Natural disasters disrupt thousands of Queenslanders’ lives every year and each disaster has lasting effects to people, their property, and their possessions.

Households that are well prepared before a natural disaster occurs are more resilient and are able to recover faster.

The best way to minimise the disruption to you and your family’s lives, is to first understand your risk to natural disasters, look at the big picture and identify the scenarios you need to consider, and make a plan.

Make your ‘WHAT-IF…’ plan today to protect what’s most important to you before the next disaster hits.

Being prepared can save lives, save money and can speed up recovery.

Step 1: Have a Plan

Step 2: Pack Supplies

Step 3: Make sure you’re covered

Get Ready –

The Gympie Regional Council Dashboard provides links to disaster management agencies & Gympie Plan –

CCLDMSG Meet:  Quarterly on the 1st Tuesday of the Month (March, June, September & December)

Would you like to know more? Our next meeting is on Tuesday 7 June in the Cooloola Cove Veterans & Community Hall starting 9.30am or contact Terry Steele on 0439862264

Cooloola Coast Community Local Disaster Management Support Group

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