Residents in low-lying communities on the NSW south coast are now facing the prospect of recovery from two disasters: the bushfires that tore through the area six weeks ago, and now flooding brought on by days of heavy rain.


After days of near-constant rainfall, Shoalhaven City Council opened Lake Conjola to the sea at 11:30 am on Monday – but it was too late to save some properties.


The flooding on the east coast is the sixth catastrophe declared in five months after a summer of raging bushfires and storms.


If wet buildings are not remediated correctly, mould and other harmful microbes can proliferate within homes and commercial properties, causing significant damage to building materials and also to the health of building occupants.
If you have concerns about mould or moisture within your property, please get in touch by emailing or calling 02 8339 0312.
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