SHOALHAVEN SES has 30 volunteers on standby to deploy to the floods in Queensland.
SES unit controller Mark Kielly said he wanted to wait and see how the weather situation was in the Shoalhaven later this evening before sending volunteers out of the area.
“We are not sending anyone north at this stage.
“I’ll know in the next 24 hours but at this stage we are expecting to be impacted by this weather this afternoon and tonight.
“We are monitoring the situation from headquarters.
“So far today we have had five calls for assistance due to leaking roofs,” he said.