The RACQ says more needs to be done to prevent damage to southern Queensland's road network in future wet seasons.
A $10 million project to repair damage after last year's floods to a 20-kilometre section of the Warrego Highway between Drillham and Dulacca has been completed.
The RACQ's Greg Miszkowycz has welcomed the work but says a long-term plan is needed.
"While the money is there to make the road more resilient to future flood damage, it may not necessarily mean that the road isn't cut or damaged in the future - that's something that the Warrego Highway does need even after these flood repair works are done," he said.
"It's just important that [there is] an eventual plan to upgrade so the road isn't cut as often in the future."
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13:39 EST With 28mm already recorded in the rain gauge this month, Alice Springs is having its wettest May since 2004.