Bayside City Council
Flood information for the Bayside City Council, encompassing local flood guides and a Municipal Flood Emergency Plan.
Bayside Flood History
There has been one recent occurrence of a storm surge in Bayside as well as four historical cases affecting coastal areas of Bayside and the neighbouring municipalities of Port Phillip and Kingston.
On the 24th June 2014, tide levels reached 1.28m AHD. Storm surge affected low lying coastal areas including Half Moon Bay in Black Rock with damage caused to the rock wall adjacent to the car park as well as the pier. Flooding also occurred at the Brighton Baths carpark.
On the 7th November 1994, tide levels reached 1.28m AHD causing flooding in neighbouring Kingston at Patterson Lakes.
In November 1934, a storm surge caused significant flooding along Elwood Canal and possibly further upstream. Runoff from the upstream catchment was likely to be a contributing factor. The extent of flooding is unknown.
In May 1935, a storm surge caused significant flooding along Elwood Canal and possibly further upstream. Runoff from the upstream catchment was likely to be a contributing factor.
In November 1935, a storm surge and wave action caused the Elwood seawall to fail with significant flooding of adjacent areas.
Bayside City Council Local Flood Guide
Flood guide coming soon.
About Flood Guides
Communities can use local flood guides to identify and better understand their local flood risk. They include information about: flood history, how to prepare & respond to floods and who to contact.
Local SES Units
Moorabbin VICSES Unit:2D Bricker St,
Municipal Flood Emergency Plan (MFEP)
City of Bayside Storm and Flood Emergency Plan - Updated May, 2019.