Do any streets in Ashgrove have flood issues?

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nbr 2yrs+
@The_Pom: Doesn't matter with regards to the question but I don't think those maps you refer to are for 2011...there was minimal creek flooding in 2011 compared to the long term flood maps. Do you have a link?
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DayboroGeo 2yrs+
Ithaca Creek backed up from the Brisbane River quite strongly in 1974, flooding as far up as Coopers Camp Road and the nearby connecting Dawn St and Sunrise St (34 metres above sea level). Areas around St John's Wood also flooded. Suggest you look at Google Earth and avoid areas at elevations less than 35m above sea level.
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Donna-Chris 2yrs+
there are very view Indian families in Ashgrove. but I guess every race is welcome as long as each person don't forget it is Australia. we don't like to be turned around into another nation.
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Donna-Chris 2yrs+
excellent girls or boys and mixed schools.
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Donna-Chris 2yrs+
Ashgrove is high in a crest but there are some creeks. may I recommend to check with the local flood plan
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The_Pom 2yrs+
The flood maps that can be found on the BCC website show that some Ashgrove areas along the creek suffered during the 2011 floods.
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