WATER levels at the Surat Bridge are continuing to rise, with the river reaching 10m, but at this stage the bridge is not expected to go under.
Sergeant Bill Brennan from disaster management support said all the monitoring at this point suggested there would be no need to close the bridge.
However, levels will continue to be monitored closely.
The Surat Bridge is not threatened until river levels reach between 10.8 and 10.9m.
Locals are hoping flood levels do not reach this point.
Moderate to major flooding continues along the Condamine and Balonne Rivers between Condamine Town and St George.
The main flood peak is currently in the upper Balonne River in the Warkon area.
The next warning will be issued tomorrow.
Peak predictions are expected to be made soon, once peak levels are observed and recorded upstream.