The North Burnett Regional Council Mayor Rachel Chambers said several things have come up since the downpour over the week.
“The mung bean and lucerne crops were damaged, it could’ve been a lot worse but some farmers being in a drought, decided not to plant,” Cr Chambers said.
“There was no injuries or loss attributed to the event.”
The Percy Hindmarsh bridge was also lost and the council is lobbying for a new one.
“It gives us an opportunity to lobby hard for a new bridge which will allow B-double access down Glencoe Rd – a road which has been the sticking point for B-double approvals in the past,” Cr Chambers said. Around 50 jobs have also been logged with the council expecting more to come in the next few weeks.
“Debbie was cruel but also very kind.”