Loads of pontoons, some with boats on them or moored to them, spinning down the river.
Lots of boats adrift and damaged..
The bows of the boat that hit a bridge and was shown every five minutes on Channel 9
I believe that this sculpture is set at the 1974 flood level. We are lucky that it does not have to be raised to match a higher level this year!
Pity the flood did not wash away that pink neo-classic folly
Neighbours over the road sand-bagging
The river walkway nearest to our building
Looking across the river to the ferry terminal and underwater park
The water peaked just short of the platform these people are standing on - well below our street level thankfully!
Would you paddle in a potential sewage soup?
Our local supermarket car park (this is the only time you can find a place to park)
The river is full of whirlpools and debris - police boats only help yachts with skippers, empty runaway boats are left to drift down to Morton Bay
The River Walk being pulled apart by the force of the water. The further section floated off it's retaining piles and ended up in the bay.
Looking towards Hawthourne