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After all the fires on the weekend we had masses of rain (237 mm on Sunday alone here). Robertson to the east and closer to the coast had an amazing 442 mm on Sunday. It was what we call an East Coast low (too far south for cyclones) what in Europe, I guess, these days are named storms.
After the fires, all of which around here have now been listed as out, there has been lots of local flooding.
The rain has meant that the local waterfalls are following again. A couple of weeks ago they were all dry. This one is the 160 m high Carrington Falls in Budderoo NP.
There area around these falls missed out on the recent fires but access had been closed for 2 years after a fire in 2016 destroyed all the facilities.

Best in the large view.

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Additional Photos by Ian Fegent (ifege) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1761 W: 82 N: 5145] (23759)
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