This webcam lets people monitor Kaeo River flooding, which can overflow State Highway 10 just North of the Kaeo Fire Station.
It shows the river with a coloured staff gauge located behind the Fire Station in the background.
The Yellow band indicates when water is reaching SH10, Orange indicates Dip Road flooding and Red shows Peak Flood Level in 2007.
How to view the images
Use the 'click to play' button on the camera image below. To view the time-lapse, click (or tap) the image to display a slider bar and date picker to select previous data. The time-lapse images will then play.
The official 'open/closed' status of SH10 is the responsibility of the NZ Transport Agency and up-to-date travel information can be found at: www.journeys.nzta.govt.nz/traffic
Flooding at this location can recede relatively quickly, depending on conditions. If you are planning to share still images (screenshots) from this webcam on media/social media platforms, please be responsible about encouraging viewers to check for the latest information.
Remember to refresh the page if you're continually checking the webcam. To check if the tide is receding, then go to our Tide Tables information and download.
Flooding threshold water levels
The reference board indicates critical water levels.
- 4.200m (red) Flood Peak 2007
- 3.500m (yellow) Point where flooding reaches SH10
- 3.000m (orange) Flooding Dip Road
If you are experiencing issues using the webcam tool, please use the red feedback button on the sidebar to let us know how we can improve this service. (This is not monitored outside of business hours).
When continually checking the webcam, you may need refresh the page, or close the page then re-open to get the latest image.
The camera is looking at the Kaeo River. The river flows away from the camera towards SH10.
Frequency of the images
Images are taken every 10 minutes.