Queensland Floods 2011 Queensland Emblems
Life is cruel Floods in Dalby. Photo: reader Ben Sue-Fong
A precious jewel To be discovered Myall Creek was still 1.8 metres high yesterday after peaking at more than 6 metres. Pho...
Life is unkind The Warrego Highway between Dalby and Oakey. Photo: Courtney Trenwith
A state of mind  To be smothered
Life is tough Homes under water in Emerald. Photo: Media Pool
When the going's rough And you’re shattered Theodore, in Central Queensland, has been flooded. Photo: David Kapernick
Life is constant change Jan 2nd  Photo: George Roberts ABC News
As you rearrange And feel battered Dec 29th Dalby Condamine Road Photo : Luke Skerman
Life is a feeling you squeeze From inside New England Highway was washed away in parts. Photo: Courtney Trenwith
It’s holding hands and feeling warm It’s lonely till you see the dawn Floods in Chinchilla, QLD. A natural disaster has be...
It’s the sunshine and the light From a kindly face on a thought filled  night Floods in Dalby. Photo: reader Ben Sue-Fong
It's a feeling that won’t let you be It’s listening to the voice inside Floodwaters seen from a plane coming in to land at...
It’s knowing you won’t slip and slide When you walk and you talk Recovery Partners
With your country by your side https://www.smartservice.qld.gov.au/services/donations/campaigns/appeal10
Rockhampton  is currently  under water and cut off
They are going to have to ride it out...but we are thinking of them. A12 no. 11 locomotive built by Baldwin (USA) for the ...
The floods cover an area bigger than New South Wales (France and Germany together. It is affecting our people, our livesto...
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Queensland Floods 2011

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A look at the colossal damage of the Queensland floods

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  • Yes, I think Australia and Argentina might be similar witht he climate and the cattle. It is going to affect everyone. It is certainly affecting us but I am proud of how we are managing this so far. The Queenslanders have had a lot of messages of support form overseas and that has helped them .
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  • hola Sally
    What and impressive presentation, diap 4and 5 may be Argentina, water is so dangerous
    Hope you are now recovering in the best possible way
    Greetings from Argentina
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  • Cher Sally c’est vraiment terrible
    cela nous rappelle le Pakistan l’été dernier
    notre monde connait beaucoup de catastrophes de ce genres cela devient vraiment inquiétant ...
    Bon courage
    biss
    nubia
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  • Merci Sally de nous rappeler par ces images impressionnantes ce désastre ! C'est terrible pour tous ces gens, l'économie de votre pays mais aussi le monde entier. Nous ne voyons pas toujours le lien de cause à effet directement ou immédiatement... C'est le fameux vol du papillon... On se sent peu de choses quand la nature se déchaîne pour rétablir sa juste place... Merci pour tous les commentaires sur cette catastrophe à laquelle nous sommes sensibles... De tout coeur avec vous. Bernard
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  • The equivalent of 3 Sydney Harbours a day has been discharged just from the Fitzroy River into that area...7 Olympic swimming pools a second. It will rain and it is cyclone season and this will take a while. Major General Mick Slater is in charge of the recovery effort and help is starting to come in. There are 3 rivers involved and over 22 towns now. Those areas were flooded in March last year.
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Queensland Floods 2011

  1. 1. Queensland Floods 2011 Queensland Emblems
  2. 2. Life is cruel Floods in Dalby. Photo: reader Ben Sue-Fong
  3. 3. A precious jewel To be discovered Myall Creek was still 1.8 metres high yesterday after peaking at more than 6 metres. Photo: Courtney Trenwith
  4. 4. Life is unkind The Warrego Highway between Dalby and Oakey. Photo: Courtney Trenwith
  5. 5. A state of mind To be smothered
  6. 6. Life is tough Homes under water in Emerald. Photo: Media Pool
  7. 7. When the going's rough And you’re shattered Theodore, in Central Queensland, has been flooded. Photo: David Kapernick
  8. 8. Life is constant change Jan 2nd Photo: George Roberts ABC News
  9. 9. As you rearrange And feel battered Dec 29th Dalby Condamine Road Photo : Luke Skerman
  10. 10. Life is a feeling you squeeze From inside New England Highway was washed away in parts. Photo: Courtney Trenwith
  11. 11. It’s holding hands and feeling warm It’s lonely till you see the dawn Floods in Chinchilla, QLD. A natural disaster has been declared in Kyogle Shire, on the far north Queensland coast. Photo: Brisbane Times
  12. 12. It’s the sunshine and the light From a kindly face on a thought filled night Floods in Dalby. Photo: reader Ben Sue-Fong
  13. 13. It's a feeling that won’t let you be It’s listening to the voice inside Floodwaters seen from a plane coming in to land at the airport in Rockhampton. Photo: Janie Barrett
  14. 14. It’s knowing you won’t slip and slide When you walk and you talk Recovery Partners
  15. 15. With your country by your side https://www.smartservice.qld.gov.au/services/donations/campaigns/appeal10
  16. 16. Rockhampton is currently under water and cut off
  17. 17. They are going to have to ride it out...but we are thinking of them. A12 no. 11 locomotive built by Baldwin (USA) for the Central Railway, Rockhampton, in 1878
  18. 18. The floods cover an area bigger than New South Wales (France and Germany together. It is affecting our people, our livestock, our farms, wine industry, mines, commerce, They are still recovering from last year's floods. http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=48319&src=nhrss

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