You don't have to live in the bush to be threatened by bushfire.
Prepare for cyclones and severe storms before they happen.
Floods can occur almost anywhere in Queensland — it is important to know how to prepare.
A heatwave is any long period of very hot weather putting the very young and the elderly at risk.
A storm surge is a raised dome of sea above the normal sea level, caused by strong winds and areas of low pressure.
A tsunami is a series of powerful, fast-moving waves caused by an undersea earthquake, volcanic eruption, or landslide
Description of landslides, their causes and what can be done to prevent or prepare for them.
An earthquake is a shaking of the Earth's crust. They strike without warning and vary greatly in severity.
A drought is a long, dry period when there is not enough water to meet people's needs.
Pandemic influenza occurs when a new type of the flu virus emerges to which people have little immunity.
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