If you would like to know just how serious Mother Nature can be, take a drive out to the Macrossan Bridge Flood Marker on the Flinders Highway 15 minutes east of Charters Towers.
The Macrossan Bridge was constructed in 1971 at a height of 13.4 metres above the stream bed.
The erection of the flood marker was instigated by local historian Mr Fred Bagnall to give passers by an idea of just how high the water levels can rise.
Our technicians stopped by recently on their way to visit clients in more remote parts of the state.
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