SEQ Catchments says it is still removing debris and stabilising banks on creeks in the Lockyer Valley 18 months after the devastating flood.
Chief Executive Simon Warner says the disaster caused about $15 million worth of damage to the creek system
He says landholders are still reporting problems.
"Look we've seen landholders who have lost 20 metres over a half a kilometre stretch of land and so a significant amounts of erosion and some of those banks are dangerous because they're almost vertical," he said.
Mr Warner says SEQ Catchments has only secured funding to repair a third of the damage.
""We've probably received in order of about $3 million and in other funding we might say that's probably got up to $4 million to $5 million but as you can see that's a bit short of what's out there," he said.
"We still get phone calls from representatives where landholders have contacted them and said 'look I've got real problems here'."
© ABC 2012
13:39 EST With 28mm already recorded in the rain gauge this month, Alice Springs is having its wettest May since 2004.