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Tallebudgera Creek is open after council Water Testing gives all clear.

Council today issued a statement stating that the Tallebudgera Creek has re-opened and that several water tests conducted over the past 72 hours have come back all clear.

Residents and beachgoers in Tallebudgera had been advised to avoid a section of the popular creek after a sewage spill prompted its closure for precautionary measures. The affected area stretched from Schuster Park to Tallebudgera Creek Beach, right next to the Neptune Royal Surf Lifesaving Club.

The Gold Coast City Council responded to the incident on Sunday, halting the spill and initiating cleanup efforts. However, out of an abundance of caution, environmental officials decided to temporarily close the creek until water samples confirmed its safety for swimming and recreational activities.

Council today issued a statement stating that the Tallebudgera Creek has re-opened and several water tests conducted over the past 72 hours have come back all clear.
You can read Gold Coast City Council’s statement below.

“Tallebudgera Creek has reopened to swimming after water sampling results indicated that the creek was safe for swimming.

The City closed a section of the creek on Monday morning as a precaution after a sewerage main break late on Sunday caused a sewage spill.

Several samples were taken over the past two days.

The safety of our staff, residents and visitors is our number one priority and we apologise for any inconvenience and thank all customers, residents and visitors for their patience and assistance.”

Key Information

  • The Tallebudgera Creek has now reopened
  • Council have conducted several water tests and all have come back safe.
  • The leak has been contained, and the council is managing the site.

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Tallebudgera Creek is open after council Water Testing gives all clear.

Council today issued a statement stating that the Tallebudgera Creek has re-opened and that several water tests conducted over the past 72 hours have come back all clear.

Residents and beachgoers in Tallebudgera had been advised to avoid a section of the popular creek after a sewage spill prompted its closure for precautionary measures. The affected area stretched from Schuster Park to Tallebudgera Creek Beach, right next to the Neptune Royal Surf Lifesaving Club.

The Gold Coast City Council responded to the incident on Sunday, halting the spill and initiating cleanup efforts. However, out of an abundance of caution, environmental officials decided to temporarily close the creek until water samples confirmed its safety for swimming and recreational activities.

Council today issued a statement stating that the Tallebudgera Creek has re-opened and several water tests conducted over the past 72 hours have come back all clear.
You can read Gold Coast City Council’s statement below.

“Tallebudgera Creek has reopened to swimming after water sampling results indicated that the creek was safe for swimming.

The City closed a section of the creek on Monday morning as a precaution after a sewerage main break late on Sunday caused a sewage spill.

Several samples were taken over the past two days.

The safety of our staff, residents and visitors is our number one priority and we apologise for any inconvenience and thank all customers, residents and visitors for their patience and assistance.”

Key Information

  • The Tallebudgera Creek has now reopened
  • Council have conducted several water tests and all have come back safe.
  • The leak has been contained, and the council is managing the site.

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