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Western Australian locals are picking through the rubble to find treasured possessions after Cyclone Seroja made landfall.
Cyclone Seroja has ripped through WA town Kalbarri, with 70 per cent of homes in the tourist town damaged by a direct hit from the category three storm.
A destructive tropical cyclone has made landfall in Western Australia, with winds of up to 170 km/h smashing the coastline.
National weather forecast for Monday, April 12, 2021
A NSW Treasury report predicts more fires and floods, and tens of thousands of homes to be hit by rising sea levels by 2061.
- by Matt Wade and Nick O'Malley
There are fears thousands of homes could suffer severe damage as Cyclone Seroja sweeps in from the Indian Ocean.
Kalbarri and Geraldton are on red alert as Cyclone Seroja nears the Western Australia coastline.
Victoria has been hit with an early winter as snow falls across mountains and heavy rain and harsh winds batter the state.
Sunday, April 11: Cairns, 23 degrees and partly cloudy. Brisbane and the Gold Coast mostly sunny. Sydney sunny and 21 degrees. Partly cloudy in Canberra and 5 degrees.
There are fears residents are exposed and unprepared as Cyclone Seroja bears down on West Australian communities.