Three people have been rescued from ACT waterways in the past 24 hours.
A woman had to be pulled from rising floodwaters at Kambah Pool late last night.
Earlier in the day, two Canberra workers were rescued when their car was swept away in the Naas River.
The ACT SES has received around 185 calls for help since midnight on Tuesday and only around 20 of those jobs remain outstanding.
Rain is expected to clear today, however rivers, creeks and storm water drains are still moving fast and are full of debris.
The ESA has received several reports of disaster tourism and is warning Canberrans to be aware of possible falling trees after soil erosion.