The map shows current reported outages that affect more than one customer in our network area.
Restoration times are an estimate and may change.
Some outages are based on an estimation of the area affected, which may be over stated.
Many outages are progressively restored. This map may not be updated to reflect the current outage area.
Outages may display on the map for a period of time after power has been restored.
The outage area on the map is automatically created and does not consider property boundaries.
Reported supply problems that affect a single property only are not displayed.
If your property is outside our network area, please contact the local electricity network for power outage information or to report a power supply problem.
Work scheduled for a planned power interruption can be cancelled due to weather or other circumstances.
Some types of scheduled work that require us to interrupt the power supply are not included on the map, such as meter upgrades and when we replace overhead service connections to homes and businesses from the network.
Our crews sometimes need to make emergency repairs on the network. Where possible, we notify customers as soon as we can. These jobs are not shown here.
We give customers at least four days' notice so they can prepare for a planned interruption to their power supply.
The customer numbers shows the number of homes and businesses usually supplied by the part of the network we will interrupt. Where possible, we minimise disruption by supplying power to customers from unaffected parts of the local network. These activities are not reflected in the customer numbers.
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