Thousands without power as Ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie lashes SE Qld

2:15pm FRIDAY | Energex crews are still out in force, working to restore power to tens of thousands of homes and businesses across southeast Queensland.

At 2.15pm on Friday, 60,000 properties remained blacked out across the southeast, including more than 4000 homes and businesses on the Gold Coast. Scroll down for a list of affected locations.

It is not known how long it will take crews to fully restore the power. More than 105,000 homes and businesses lost power during the height of the severe weather on Thursday night.


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GOLD COAST

  • Advancetown: 15 customers affected
  • Bonogin: 258 customers affected
  • Broadbeach Waters: 41 customers affected
  • Bundall: 49 customers affected
  • Burleigh Heads: 8 customers affected
  • Cedar Creek: 252 customers affected
  • Clagiraba: 1 customer affected
  • Currumbin Valley: 781 customers affected
  • Currumbin Waters: 147 customers affected
  • Gilston: 6 customers affected
  • Guanaba: 128 customers affected
  • Lower Beechmont: 408 customers affected
  • Luscombe: 85 customers affected
  • Maudsland: 1 customers affected
  • Mermaid Waters: 17 customers affected
  • Mount Nathan: 3 customers affected
  • Numinbah Valley: 67 customers affected
  • Paradise Point: 14 customers affected
  • Springbrook: 452 customers affected
  • Tallai: 381 customers affected
  • Tallebudgera: 565 customers affected
  • Tallebudgera Valley: 249 customers affected
  • Worongary: 3 customers affected
  • Yatala: 146 customers affected

BRISBANE CITY: 5420 customers affected

GYMPIE REGIONAL: 354 customers affected

IPSWICH CITY: 50 customers affected

LOGAN CITY: 9856 customers affected

MORETON BAY REGIONAL: 3693 customers affected

NOOSA: 6386 customers affected

REDLAND CITY: 3309 customers affected

SCENIC RIM REGIONAL: 1173 customers affected

SOMERSET REGIONAL: 15 customers affected

SUNSHINE COAST: 24808 customers affected

  • Call to notify Energex of power outages or to seek advice on restoration timeframes.
  • In an emergency, such as fallen powerlines or electric shocks, call .

More information on power outages can be found here.

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We live st Peregian Beach- this was not ex TC Debbie but still a cat 1-2 full on at 5.30pm. Went from winds of 100 kms per hour to approximately 150-160km for an hour or so. Our sliding glass door popped and all I could hear was glass smashing- then bi fold doors thrown open. With everything smashing round me-
Very dangerous situation but remembered by cyclone prep as a nthqlder.
Surely there should have been more info!! Bom do great job but I know of new house unroofed due to poor workmanship at Peregian Beach but lots of people left dumbfounded by verocity of it- I survived Althea so have experienced a few.
Don’t want to do blame game at all because government doing great job but thinking maybe rethink on advising people?? Cheers