Resilience Team door knocking in Kyogle to give flood recovery support

ABOVE: Flood rescues in Kyogle in February. Photo: Blair O’Meara

The Resilience NSW Recovery team is door knocking homes that were flooded in Kyogle.

They started on Monday and will continue through the week.

The team is in the area to assist residents with financial support.

So far the team has supported 262 residents in Richmond Valley during the team’s visits to Woodburn, Coraki, Broadwater and Bungawalbin.

The Resilience Team is working with councils to establish temporary housing sites.

There are two locations in the Richmond Valley LGA at Park and Booyong streets in Evans Head.

More temporary housing sites are expected to be established but no firm confirmation was given.

Flood-affected residents seeking housing are encouraged to contact Service NSW on 13 77 88, visit the website or speak to Recovery Centre staff.

Drop us a line and let us know how you have progressed with any flood recovery grants. Email

The Flood Recovery Centre at the Kyogle Memorial Institute will be open every Thursday in June.

Opening days and hours are:

Thursday, June 9 from 9.30am–4pm

Thursday, June 16 from 9.30am–4pm

Thursday, June 23 from 9.30am–4pm

Thursday, June 30 from 9.30am–4pm

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