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Emergency information

In an emergency:

  • Phone 000 (triple zero)
  • On mobile phones, phone 112
  • People with hearing or speech impairment, phone 106

Lead agencies

Different agencies manage the response to different kinds of emergencies.

If a coordinated multi-agency response is required locally, the relevant lead agency or the Local Operations Controller (NSW Police) may enact the Eurobodalla Local Emergency Operation Centre to assist. The centre is supported by the Regional Emergency Operations Centre and/or the Regional Emergency Management Officer and, if needed, the State Emergency Operations Centre.

Evacuation centres are not nominated prior to an emergency. From potential sites, the lead agency will determine suitable evacuation centres. The lead agency will also issue relevant evacuation messages.

For more information

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Lead agency: NSW Health

The State Emergency Operations Centre is managing the pandemic response.

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Storms and floods

Lead agency: NSW State Emergency Service

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Lead agency: NSW Rural Fire Service

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Report a hazard

  • Hazard on local roads, bridges, waterways or sportsgrounds: Council, 4474 1000
  • Hazard on Princes or Kings highways: Transport Management Centre, 131 700
  • Power line hazard: Essential Energy, 13 20 80
  • Shark sighting: NSW Police, 4472 0099
  • Injured wildlife: WIRES, 1300 094 737
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Local police

  • Batemans Bay: 4472 0099
  • Moruya: 4474 2444
  • Bodalla: 4473 5244
  • Narooma: 4479 3500
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Disaster recovery assistance

Support is available to people impacted by disasters such as bushfire or floods.

Current road closures due to emergencies

Last updated: 12 Nov 2020 2:22pm

Road closed due to landslip

Roads closed due to bushfire

  • Murphy Bridge on Eurobodalla Road, Cadgee
  • Old Bolaro Mountain Road Bridge on Old Bolaro Road, Buckenbowra

For information on highway closures please visit Live Traffic