Warburton Creek floods out

Submitted: Saturday, Apr 03, 2010 at 11:39
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Warburton floods at the same levels and a little more as 2009 from just the first pulse.
Eyre creek not as big but levels at Birdsville still 6.9m on the 25th 'Wright's air' has photos of Birdsville on the 25th and Lake Eyre National Parks has an update on the Warbton & Cooper. So that's another 6 weeks of water at least. The Neales & the Muccumba ran in to the Lake in Feb. and the Muccumba is still running I was at the Junction and it was far to early for it to have been the Kalakopah. It was really shallow down near the last channel that runs to the mouth of Lake Eyre so even though it's been running into the Lake for the last 6 - 7 weeks I don't think it was alot of water at that time going into The Lake. Will know so enough another boat trip coming up
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Reply By: Member - Jan Z (QLD) - Saturday, Apr 03, 2010 at 15:07

Saturday, Apr 03, 2010 at 15:07
Hi Teraa, look forward to another update. Very envious of the boat trip, so enjoy and have fun. Hopefully you may post some photos. Hoping to see Lake Eyre in mid May if your reports indicate water in the Lake. Jan
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Follow Up By: Teraa - Sunday, Apr 04, 2010 at 06:52

Sunday, Apr 04, 2010 at 06:52
No worries, I don't know if the Lake will fill it's any man's guess I think when you say there's water going into the Lake that it will fill but it doesn't always fill but it is also very early days with more rain expected but that doesn't always happen either. so watch the weather.
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