A heavy rainfall warning remains in place for parts of north Queensland after days of intense weather associated with ex-Tropical Cyclone Imogen.
The town of Ingham, north of Townsville, received 240mm of rain in six hours on Wednesday morning, with 122mm of that falling in an hour at the Ingham Pump Station.
The heavy showers and thunderstorms are being triggered by the remnants of Imogen, with a flood watch and flood warnings issued by the Bureau of Meteorology.
Areas like Bowen, Ayr, Proserpine, Giru, Alva Beach, Airlie Beach and Clare may be affected.
A major flood warning is in place for the Herbert River as more heavy rain is possible over the next few days.
At Ingham Pump Station the Herbert River is likely to reach the moderate flood level of 11m on Wednesday afternoon.
Meanwhile, southeast Queensland residents have also been warned of severe thunderstorms likely to produce heavy rainfall, with flash flooding and damaging winds possible.
These could impact Warwick, Toowoomba, Dalby, Roma, Clermont, Stanthorpe, Oakey, Mitchell and Tara on Wednesday afternoon.
Tropical Cyclone Imogen crossed the coast north of Karumba shortly before 11pm on Sunday, before slowly weakening to a tropical low on Monday.
About 1400 houses were left without power, but there were no reports of injuries.
Normanton airport recorded 259mm of rain overnight on Sunday, with 186mm being dumped in just three hours.
The government announced funding on Wednesday to help recovery in Carpentaria, Croydon, Etheridge and Mornington shires.
"These remote councils up in Gulf Country have reported impacts from the floods such as uprooted trees, road damage from swollen rivers and isolation due to flooded access points, which has required a multi-agency response," federal Emergency Management Minister David Littleproud said.