Residents in parts of eastern Australia are on high alert for flooding with already drenched areas set for another soaking on November 30.
NSW SES carried out 12 flood rescues among more than 1000 incidents responded to in the 24 hours to 5am on November 30, with most in the state's south-east.
Flooding has impacted about 40 properties at Lake Conjola on the south coast, where a watch and act warning is current, and a further 16 properties are being assessed by the SES at Deniliquin in the Riverina region.
Flood warnings have been issued across NSW, Queensland and Victoria after rainfall totals of more than 200 mm were recorded during the week.
The biggest downpours were in NSW's Illawarra and South Coast, primarily between Nowra and Bega, with 231 mm at Sassafras, 227 mm at Point Perpendicular and 225 mm at Mourya and Jervis Bay Airfield.
In Victoria, emergency crews were also busy with more than 650 requests for assistance due to heavy rainfall and damaging winds, bringing trees down and causing property damage.
But there is still more rain to come.
A slow-moving low pressure system remains near the NSW South Coast and Victoria's East Gippsland region on November 30.
"Daily rainfall totals between 50 to 100 mm are possible in these areas," a Bureau spokesperson said.
"This system will continue to push areas of heavy rain onto the coast throughout [November 30], and severe weather warnings remain current."
Heavy rain in NSW during the week has been generated by a cold front and associated deep low pressure system dragging down large amounts of tropical moisture, the Bureau spokesperson said.
And warm sea surface temperatures of 22 to 24 degrees off NSW has been an additional source of moisture, particularly in areas with rainfall totals above 300 mm.
The SES is urging people not to walk or drive through floodwater.
Keep updated with local weather warnings at bom.gov.au/australia/warnings/