There’s lots of information available from the Bureau of Meteorology website about river heights but I find that it doesn’t really answer the important question most people have: when can I get across the bloody bridge(s)? Below is a quick summary table pulling together in one place
- the main four bridges in and around Bellingen – in town, Thora (if this one’s under no-one can get in our out of the valley and/or Chrysalis and Orama schools), Glennifer and Kalang
- what river height they close at, and
- live river height data from the Bureau of Meterology website (click the small picture to see full size graphs)
September 18, 2010 @ The Zoo, Brisbaneread on »
My partner Annette and our two daughters – aged 14 and 11 – will be on the road through England, France, Malaysia and Laos for the next two months. Woo hoo!
We’ll all be writing about our experiences as we go.read on »
August 12 Update – we’ve found a tenant so the house is no longer available. Gotta be quick in Bellingen!
My house in Bellingen is available for rent for 8 weeks from September 19 to November 14 2010.
- fully furnished
- 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- huge covered deck and outdoor living area
- short walk or ride to main street
- quiet cul de sac
- four friendly chooks
- close to a great swimming spot in the Bellinger River with cool rope swings
Contact me using the form below to find out more…read on »