Flooding - 1974

University of Queensland, Office of Marketing and Communications (1974). Flooding - 1974. The University of Queensland.

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Creator University of Queensland, Office of Marketing and Communications
Title Flooding - 1974
Publisher The University of Queensland
Open Access Status Other
Publication date 1974-01
Series Photographs of the Office of Marketing and Communications
Type Image/Jpeg
Original Format Photograph
Source University of Queensland Archives, UQA S909 p1641p
Language eng
Rights This image is in Copyright, please contact University of Queensland Archives for further information, email; archives@uq.edu.au
Subject 430100 Historical Studies
Abstract/Summary International House taken from near Services Road. The University of Queensland did not escape the effects of Cyclone Wanda when it dumped torrential rain in the south eastern corner of the state. The total rainfall between the 24th and 29th January was around 900mm and the river reached a height of 6.7 metres, more than four metres above normal. These floods were the worst to hit Brisbane since February 1893 when the river peaked at 9.3 metres. [some information taken from the State Library of Queensland Picture Queensland website: "http://pictureqld.slq.qld.gov.au/home/features/bigwet", on 28 August 2009.
Keyword University of Queensland
University of Queensland - Buildings
University of Queensland - Flood
University of Queensland - History
Flood -- 1974
International House

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Created: Fri, 28 Aug 2009, 09:08:32 EST by Mr Bruce Ibsen on behalf of University of Queensland Archives