(Photo: Logan City Council. Supplied.)
The SES have doorknocked homes potentially at risk of flooding along the Logan River as it continues to rise in parts today.
A major flood warning for the river at Waterford, Logan Village and Maclean bridge remains in place with levels now between 4.5 and 12.5 metres.
The Mt Lindesay Highway has also been cut off due to flooding downstream in Jimboomba Creek.
It is amongst more than 30 roads closed in the Logan area today.
Local Disaster co-ordinator Daryl Ross says it's important for motorists to be cautious:
"I mean that is our priority and key message is for people to be vigilant, don't drive through flooded roads and keep an eye on our council disaster dashboard, which gives you an update on the roads flooded throughout the city".
The Albert River is now at a moderate warning level.
To find out more on flooding visit the Logan City Council's disaster dashboard https://disaster.logan.qld.gov.au/