Noosa ALERT uses text messages (SMS) and email to send out information about local disasters, severe weather and emergency events. This is a free, opt-in service so you will need to register to receive Noosa ALERT warnings.
The alerts are official communication from the Noosa Local Disaster Management Group which manages the community response to disasters.
You can register for Noosa ALERT by completing the online registration on the Noosa ALERT Portal.
Noosa ALERT is the official information from the Noosa Local Disaster Management Group.
The alerts provide real-time information about disasters, severe weather warnings and emergency events across the Noosa Shire.
This is one of many ways you can stay informed before, during and after a natural hazard:
- The Noosa Disaster Dashboard brings together disaster information from the Bureau of Meteorology, police and emergency services, service providers such as Energex and Telstra, road conditions and evacuation centres if they are opened.
- Radio stations
- Council's website, www.noosa.qld.gov.au/community/disasters-emergencies
- Council's Facebook page
No. Alerts are only provided via text message or email.
There is no cost; this is a free service for the Noosa community.
You will receive an email containing the details of your registration. You can log on any time at the Noosa ALERT Portal and check what details you have registered.
You or a member of your family may already be registered with that email address. An email address can only be registered once. Check with others who use that email address.
Email your details (name, address and contact numbers) to Council email@example.com and we will investigate the matter for you
When entering a phone numbers don’t use state brackets ‘(0x)’, the international ‘+’ code or spaces.
Enter an interstate number like this: 0395801234
Enter your mobile like this: 61401111222 OR 0401111222
Use the forgotten password link on the Noosa ALERT Portal page to reset your password. Your new password will be sent to your registered email address.
It is important to keep your contact details up to date. Simply log in to your account and update your details, through the Noosa ALERT Portal.
If your email address changes you will need to register a new account.
You can register everyone in your home if you like. However, each person will need a unique email address.
You can unsubscribe to Noosa ALERT by:
Texting (SMS) 'stop' to 0428 522 674. You will be sent a link; tap the 'opt-out' button and you will be removed from all alerts.
Emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org with 'Opt-out from Noosa ALERT' in the subject line. Be sure to send us your full name and the email address or phone number you used to sign up.
There are two common reasons for this error message:
- For hyphenated names – leave out the hyphen
- For names containing an apostrophe – leave out the apostrophe.
Residents are encouraged to Plan, Pack and Listen.
- Create a household emergency plan
- Pack a household emergency kit
- Listen to the official emergency radio stations (make sure you have spare batteries)
There is a lot of information on Council’s website that will help you be prepared www.noosa.qld.gov.au/community/disasters-emergencies.