Queensland cattle farmers rejoice as wet weather and rain forecast into December | ABC News

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Queensland’s big wet is forecast to stay until December, and while it’s welcome for cattle farmers, others in low-lying areas in Central Queensland fled their homes overnight amid flash flooding.

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