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East Coast of Australia bracing as wild weather hits | December 2018

Posted on 13 December 2018

Please be advised the East Coast of Australia is bracing itself for serious storm conditions. Two weather systems are coming together to create a deluge that is set to pummel much of the eastern seaboard in the coming days, with the Bureau of Meteorology issuing severe weather warnings in several states (QLD, NSW and VIC).

Victoria is being hit hard at the moment. This severe weather and heavy rainfall is currently impacting traffic across Victoria and may cause disruption to our pick up and delivery service.

Heavy rainfall has sparked road closures across the state. The Hume Fwy is closed in both directions at Barnawartha, essentially between Wangaratta and Chiltern. VicTraffic says people should avoid non-essential driving.

Our branches are open and will be making every effort to minimise the impact on your deliveries. Our drivers are on the roads and making deliveries where it is safe to do so but traffic is slow and delays may be unavoidable.

We appreciate your understanding and patience during this time and please be assured our team are focused on delivering the best possible service that the circumstances allow.

For further information please contact your local branch who will be happy to assist.