Tweed flooding chaos photos
THE clean-up effort has begun after Mother Nature unleashed her full fury on the Tweed on Wednesday night.
Near-cyclonic winds uprooted trees and caused countless damage to homes and buildings along the coast.
Emergency services authorities were busy clearing debris from our roads early Thursday and Country Energy workers were trying to restore power to more than 16,000 households.
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Checkout the full extent of the damage in the gallery below.
Roads were closed in South Murwillumbah today.
Currumbin Vickings Surf Lifesaving Club was open for business today, despite a car park full of flood waters and sea foam.
SES workers mount a search for a missing car at Crystal Creek.
The Murwillumbah Showgrounds goes under.
A tree crashes through a fence at Cabarita.
Water drenches a hockey field in Tweed Heads.
Kids make the most of the day off from school in South Murwillumbah.
Windy conditions continue at Pt Danger.
Wild weather topples a large tree at Point Danger.
View flood photos from south-east Queensland.
For more images of floods around the Sunshine Coast, check out The Sunshine Coast Daily's photo gallery from Wednesday, May 20, and a second flood gallery from Thursday, May 21.
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View the RACQ report on road closures
Check out the Bureau of Meteorology's live radar image.