We need your help to manage our floodplains

Councils are primarily responsible for managing flood risk in their area, with technical and financial support provided by the NSW Government. Camden Council regularly seeks opportunities for improving available information to achieve better and more precise engineering outcomes.

The latest update of Flood Risk Management documents sets out a framework to address existing, future and continuing flood risks for Camden in accordance with the NSW Government’s Flood Prone Land Policy and Floodplain Development Manual. < Learn more here >

Water Catchments

Image showing location of catchments in the Camden Council area



Narellan Creek Catchment overland flow study

Camden Council engaged flood specialists Catchment Simulation Solutions to prepare a detailed overland flow study for the Narellan Creek catchment in early 2023. This project was supported by the NSW Government’s Floodplain Management Program.

The Narellan Creek Catchment covers an area of 35 km2 and includes the suburbs of Narellan, Narellan Vale, Mount Annan and parts of Harrington Park, Gregory Hills, Kirkham and Elderslie.


2022 Public Exhibitions

The following documents were placed on public exhibition between 21 July and 26 August 2022, with submissions sought throughout this period. Click on the boxes below to view associated documents, maps and plans.