Disaster management - Evacuation centres
In the event of an emergency, it may be necessary to establish community evacuation centres. Council has identified the following primary evacuation centres.
In some cases other means of evacuation or shelter may be more appropriate and residents will be advised accordingly.
People are encouraged to seek refuge with family or friends in the first instance.
Register online with theRegister. Find. Reunite. to ensure family and friends can find you and know you are safe.
Find your nearest council established centre
View the full map of all evacuation centres or see below for individual locations.
Beachmere | Bribie Island | Burpengary | Caboolture | Dakabin | Redcliffe | Strathpine | Woodford
Beachmere State School
24-58 James Road, Beachmere -
Bribie Island Rec Hall
156A First Avenue, Bongaree -
Burpengary Community Hall
101 Station Road, Burpengary -
Caboolture Memorial Hall
60 - 65 King Street,Caboolture -
Watson Park Convention Centre
337 Old Gympie Rd, Dakabin -
Scarborough Road, Redcliffe -
Strathpine Community Centre
199 Gympie Road, Strathpine -
Woodford Memorial Community Hall
103 Archer Street, Woodford -
Evacuation Centre Signage
Road-side signage will be displayed at activated evacuation centres in the region.
signage has been made possible through funding under the Community
Development and Recovery Package, a joint initiative of the Australian
and Queensland Governments under the Natural Disaster Relief and
The project has been undertaken to continue to develop the region’s community resilience in the wake of 2011 flood event.
the beginning of 2011, many parts of South-East Queensland were
flood-affected and required the activation of evacuation centres around
New evacuation centre
signage in the Moreton Bay Region will assist local residents and
visitors in identifying and locating activated evacuation centres in an
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