Heavy rain has brought flooding to much of western Victoria, with the situation getting so bad in one town that people have been told to leave their homes.
The SES are asking people in Hamilton, north-west of Warnambool, to find the highest possible location to shelter, as floodwaters from the Grangeburn River have risen.
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Flooding has blocked access to the Twelve Apostles. Corangamite Shire says the Twelve Apostles underpass is flooded and access to the boardwalk is closed. The walking track from the Twelve Apostles to Gibson Steps is also closed.
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VICROADS have closed all roads in the Grampians National Park. Meanwhile, Incident Control Center have warned residents might experience localised flooding near the Wimmera River, Natimuk Creek, McKenzie Creek, Bungalally Creek and Burnt Creek.
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The Bureau of Meteorology has cancelled its warnings for the Central, South West, Northern Country and North Central districts after severe weather has ended.
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Meanwhile, the third wettest September day on record for Ballarat is taking its toll with downstream flows continuing to swell.