It looks like the monsoon is gone for this wet season.
Residents are feeling happier in the Boulia Shire after parts of the district received up to 130mm of rain.
The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting a cumulative 25mm to 50mm of rain for every part of Queensland during the next eight days.
The wet weather across parts of Australia to start 2020 is not necessarily part of an ongoing pattern warns the BOM.
Horticulture and cane growers have received one of the brightest starts to the season in some time, thanks to soaking rain along the coast.
The deluge on the east coast may have lulled some into thinking the drought was over, but in the Murray Darling Basin it is far from done.
It's been patchy, but the rain over the past week has farmers hopeful they are finally on their way out of drought.