Queensland 2013 Flood Recovery Plan
The widespread natural disasters of early 2013 are a grim reminder of the extreme weather events that will always be a part of Queensland’s landscape.
The Queensland 2013 Flood Recovery Plan provides strategic guidance for the coordination and management of recovery, reconstruction and community resilience activities undertaken by the Queensland State government, local governments, non-government partners, industry and not-for-profit organisations following the flood and damage impacts of Tropical Cyclone Oswald (TC Oswald).
The scope of the Recovery Plan is restricted to those local government areas impacted by TC Oswald and its associated rainfall and flooding and covers the period 21 January 2013 through to 30 June 2015.
Its purpose is to assist disaster-affected communities in getting back on their feet as quickly as possible while ensuring the effective and efficient employment of resources.
Queensland 2013 Flood Recovery Plan ( 1.1 MB)