Min­i­mal dam­age as Cy­clone Dy­lan crosses the coast

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These pho­tos were taken by Whit­sun­day Times jour­nal­ist Sharon Small­wood. More pho­tos are on our web­site at www.whit­sun­day­times.com.au

SHIP WRECKED: A boat broke up on the rock wall be­side the la­goon on Fri­day morn­ing but this was one of the only marine ca­su­al­ties of Trop­i­cal Cy­clone Dy­lan in Air­lie Beach.

KEEP BACK: Po­lice kept mem­bers of the pub­lic away from the fore­shore at Can­non­vale Beach, where waves crashed over the fence.

STORMY OUT­LOOK: Can­non­vale Beach on Fri­day morn­ing in the af­ter­math of Trop­i­cal Cy­clone Dy­lan.

AF­TER­MATH: Wa­ter lev­els were higher than many lo­cals had seen be­fore on Coral Es­planade on Thurs­day and Fri­day.

WILD AND WOOLLY: Strong winds and a high tide lashed the fore­shore at Air­lie Beach af­ter Trop­i­cal Cy­clone Dy­lan had crossed the coast on Fri­day morn­ing.

DRENCHED: Shute Har­bour was lashed by strong winds, driv­ing rain and an in­cred­i­bly high tide on Thurs­day, as Trop­i­cal Cy­clone Dy­lan made its way to­wards the Queens­land coast.

IN­TER­ESTED: A steady stream of peo­ple trick­led into Port of Air­lie around the high tide on Fri­day to see what im­pact it had at the ma­rina.

OVER THE PAVE­MENT: The wa­ter rose above the walk­way at Port of Air­lie on Fri­day al­though not quite as high as the day be­fore the cy­clone hit.

BLUS­TERY: A wind-swept Air­lie Beach af­ter the cy­clone hit on Fri­day morn­ing.

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