State Flood Sub-plan

The State Flood sub-plan provides sources of information and to outline the arrangements for ensuring an integrated and coordinated approach to the State’s management of flood events, in order to reduce the impact and consequences of these events on the community, infrastructure and services.

Flooding may be defined, as an overflowing or influx of water from its normal confines onto land not usually submerged. In Victoria the main sources of flooding are heavy rainfall, storm surges, Tsunami or dam failure.

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