Condamine experienced record flooding in January 2011 with two major peaks. The January 1 peak was 15.25 metres and the January 16 peak was 14.67 metres. Both flood peaks exceeded any previous river height recorded for Condamine with the Januray 1 peak setting the new peak height record for the town. The river was above major flood level (8m) from December 24 to January 22.

All 100 residents were evacuated to Dalby on December 30 and again on January 11.

Between 300 and 600 millimetres of rainfall was recorded over the Condamine River catchment from the start of December 2010 to the end of January 2011 with falls greater than 600mm over the far east of the catchment. The heaviest rainfall periods during December were between 100 and 200mm, and occurred between the 26th and 28th of December.

River height records for Condamine commenced in 1922. The previous time the river level at Condamine exceeded 14 metres was in May 1983.

Link: More Info on the 2010-11 Queensland floods

Location map - 2010 Condamine Flood (Red dots - flood inundated t…

December-January Rainfall - 2010 Condamine

Flood Rainfall - 2010 Condamine

Flood Height Graph - 2010 Condamine

Annual Flood Peaks - Condamine