Disaster Management

Flooded Road Boulia Shire

The Boulia Shire Council takes a proactive approach in keeping the community informed and prepared for potential disasters. The Local Disaster Management Group (LDMG) and the District Disaster Management Group (DDMG) ensure, as best as possible, community preparedness and recovery.

Ex-Tropical Cyclone Kirrily


 Preparing for an Emergency
Useful Resources 
Emergency Contact Numbers
Community Recovery

Boulia flooding


Preparing for an Emergency
The Boulia Shire is not immune to natural disasters and whilst these types of events are not common we cannot afford to become complacent, therefore Council has, in conjunction with the Local Disaster Management Group (LDMG), prepared a suite of Disaster Management Plans to address the disaster management needs of the Boulia Shire. 

Boulia Natural Disaster Risk Management Strategy 2023 - 2024
Boulia Local Disaster Management Plan 2023 - 2024
Boulia Evacuation Sub plan 2023 - 2024

Boulia Natural Disaster Risk Management Strategy 2024 - 2025
Boulia Local Disaster Management Plan 2024 - 2025
Boulia Evacuation Sub plan 2024 - 2025



Useful Resources
There are a number of useful resources available to help the community prepare for an emergency:
Get Ready Queensland website
Is your property flood ready? Farm Flood Readiness Kit
Weather Warnings - Bureau of Meteorology website
Boulia Shire Council Road Reports
Queensland Government – Disaster Management website
Queensland Fire and Emergency Services website
Queensland Government - flood website


Emergency Contact Numbers

Boulia Police Station – (07) 4744 1644 or Police Link 131 444
State Emergency Services (SES) - 13 25 00
Boulia Primary Health Centre – (07) 4746 2300
Council – (07) 4746 3188  After hours emergencies M: 0409 028 474
Queensland Road Conditions - 13 19 40


Community Recovery
Disasters can have a huge effect on individuals and communities has a whole. Those effected may require a range of support both immediately after and in the medium to long term after a disaster.

The Department of Communities, Housing and Digital Economy have released a Community Recovery General Information Pack that outlines a range of information regarding community recovery after disasters including financial assistance and support services available.

Click here to learn about some of the financial assistance available 

Click here to learn about some of the contacts available 

Click here for further links and resources 

Click here to download the full Community Recovery General Information Pack 

Click here to learn about available disaster activiations