Need emergency housing assistance after the floods? You can request help through the Department of Communities, Housing and Digital Economy when your home is unliveable due to a natural disaster.
Information for property managers/owners and tenants affected by floods
Cyclones and severe storms can produce hail, flooding rains, lightning, winds greater than 200km/h and storm surge. They are often unpredictable and can cause major damage to property.
After a natural disaster (e.g. cyclone, severe storms, flooding, bushfires) property managers/owners and tenants should talk to each other as soon as possible about the state of the property. If the property is unliveable or damaged, they will need to work out what action needs to be taken.
Are you a property manager? The handy REIQ Disaster and Flood Relief Toolkit may answer some of your questions about flood recovery.
Natural disasters fact sheet
Download the natural disasters fact sheet for important information including: tenancy rules, what to do if the property is unliveable, fixing repairs, bond refunds, and more.
You can also watch our free Natural disasters and storm season webinar for information about:
- tenancy rules and natural disasters
- what to do when rental properties become unliveable
- an overview of the support provided by the State Emergency Service (SES) in natural disasters
RTA services impacted by floods
During a natural disaster, there may be postal service disruptions across Queensland. These disruptions can cause delays in processing Notices of claim and Notices of unresolved dispute, as well as bond refunds and lodgements. If an extension applies, we will contact you directly.
Confidential emotional or crisis support can help you get back on your feet after a natural disaster: