Traffic Cameras in Wide Bay-Burnett

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Wide Bay-Burnett traffic camera map

Google Maps traffic legend

  • Ferry Street & Alice Street, QLD

    Ferry Street & Alice Street, QLD
    92
    | Maryborough looking Southeast
  • Ferry Street & Alice Street, QLD

    Ferry Street & Alice Street, QLD
    77
    | Maryborough looking Southwest
  • Takalvan Street & Heidke Street, QLD

    Takalvan Street & Heidke Street, QLD
    88
    | Svensson Heights looking Northeast
  • Takalvan Street & Walker Street, QLD

    Takalvan Street & Walker Street, QLD
    91
    | Svensson Heights looking Southwest
  • Bargara Road & Davidson Street, QLD

    Bargara Road & Davidson Street, QLD
    88
    | Bargara looking East
  • Churchill Street Pedestrian Crossing, QLD

    Churchill Street Pedestrian Crossing, QLD
    69
    | Childers looking Southwest
  • Gin Gin Road School Pedestrian Crossing, QLD

    Gin Gin Road School Pedestrian Crossing, QLD
    96
    | Bundaberg North looking Southeast
  • Quay Street Pedestrian Crossing, QLD

    Quay Street Pedestrian Crossing, QLD
    80
    | Bundaberg Central looking Southwest
  • Sims Road & Barolin Street, QLD

    Sims Road & Barolin Street, QLD
    85
    | Walkervale looking Southeast
  • Bargara Road & Gahans Road, QLD

    Bargara Road & Gahans Road, QLD
    89
    | Kalkie looking Southwest
  • Boat Harbour Drive Pedestrian Crossing, QLD

    Boat Harbour Drive Pedestrian Crossing, QLD
    85
    | Urraween looking Northwest
  • Bruce Highway & Exelsior Road, QLD

    Bruce Highway & Exelsior Road, QLD
    88
    | Gympie looking Northwest

Offline traffic cameras in Wide Bay-Burnett

There are currently no offline webcams.


Note from webcam provider

Main-Roads-webWide Bay-Burnett traffic camera image feeds are provided by the Queensland Government’s Main Roads department, helping drivers make the best travel decision based on current traffic images.

Images automatically refresh every 60 seconds.

During a traffic incident such as an emergency or accident, a camera may be turned off for a period of time. A camera is turned off to protect the privacy of drivers.

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