Minimal damage as Cyclone Dylan crosses the coast
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.