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River level monitoring
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River level data
Information on Western Australia river levels, sourced from departmental river monitoring stations, is available for viewing in tabular form or in graphical form.
The river monitoring stations pages provide summary and graphical presentations of river levels and some additional parameters including rainfall from selected telemetered sites throughout Western Australia. Telemetered sites have satellite, GSM, CDMA or modem equipment that allows you to download the latest data from the site to a central location. Usually each site is downloaded once a day, but it is downloaded more frequently during times of flooding.
Current river level advice
Please see the Bureau of Meteorology web site or Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES) website for general flood warnings
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Gascoyne Flooding - What do the heights mean for you.
The Department of Water will regularly update information as upstream heights at Fishy Pool and Jimba Jimba gauging stations increase. Once levels at these sites have peaked, an analysis of 50 years of river flow data can be undertaken and accurate levels expected at Nine Mile Bridge (9MB) can be gi...